Space Between People is the container of my creative practice. Interdisciplinary trained as an architect, business economist and carpenter, I use various methods to mediate between disciplines, scales and perspectives in co-operative urban development projects to create space between people.

I like to work on several projects at the same time. I design, research and advise in a wide variety of projects: I am co-founder of the non-profit organisation Stadtlücken e.V., which researches urban voids and makes them visible through interventions. I am a doctoral scholarship holder of the Wüstenrot Foundation. In my doctoral thesis at the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and the City at the TU Braunschweig, I am researching public planning platforms with interdisciplinary interfaces in which urban co-production between civil society, experts, city administration and politics can take place under the title "New Arenas of Urban Development". Since 2016, I have worked as a research and teaching assistant at the Urban Design Institute of the University of Stuttgart and the Leibniz University of Hanover. I am currently a research assistant in the CoLiving Campus project at the Technical University of Braunschweig.

What are you interested in?

Subjects that I like to talk about

  • Urban Initiatives and Activism
  • Cooperative Urban Space
  • Processes of Co-Creation
  • New Roles in Architecture
  • Urban Commons
  • Public Pools and Ice Cream

Questions? Just write me!