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Thomas Stellmach is a young urbanist and architect, one of the co-founders of the Uberbau bureau in Berlin, and professor at Rotterdams Berlage Institute, a post-graduate research program in architecture and urbanism. Among Thomas work are interiors and exhibition design, but he specializes in the comprehensive development of city territory. His last works: the project of the autonomous residential community in Moscow suburb A101, the Barking Riverside area in London, and the city construction project in Aleppo, Syria. He publishes his own architectural internet magazine, dysturb.net.
In his lecture, Thomas Stellmach will talk about the main tasks and problems that arise when designing city environments. Furthermore, he will, together with the director of the Berlage Institute Vedran Mimica, oversee the workshop «Island in the city: connection or isolation», dedicated to the construction of an embankment in Nizhny Novgorod.