FORMER TEAM, ASSOCIATES & FRIENDS:

__Rochus Hinkel

Visiting Assistant Professor 2009

// education

// since 2006 Phd (by Project) Candidate, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University // 1992 Dipl.Ing., Diploma of Architecture, Program of Architecture and Design, State Academy of Fine Art Stuttgart // 1991 Guest student of Architecture and Urban Design with Prof. Karla Syskowitz-Kowalski, Universität Stuttgart // 1989-1991 Studying Architecture and Design, State Academy of Fine Art Stuttgart // 1986-1989 Studying Interior Design and Furniture Design, State Academy of Fine Art Stuttgart

// teaching

// 2009 Visiting Scholar at ADIP, TU Berlin // since 2008 Senior Lecturer, RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Program of Architecture Teaching design in the BA and MA stream // 2005-2008 Lecturer, RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Program of Interior Design // 2004 Visiting Lecturer, RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Program of Architecture // 2003/2004 Lehrauftrag University of Stuttgart, Faculty of Architecture, Institute for Housing and Design, with Prof. Dr. Thomas Jocher // 1999-2001 Assistant Professor, State Academy of Fine Art, Stuttgart Faculty of Architecture and Design with Prof. David Chipperfield, London // 1995-1997 Assistant Professor, State Academy of fine Art, Stuttgart Faculty of Architecture and Design with Prof. Robert Haussmann, Zürich

// practice

// since 2005 a collaborative research practice of urban installation (see 04 exhibitions) // 1996-2004 hinkel&schmitt architekten, Stuttgart and Bamberg with AWARDS: 2003 Shortlisted for the international design prize ‘red dot_best selection:office design’ Design Center Nordrhein-Westfalen, Essen // 2002 ‘Auszeichnung guter Bauten in Franken’, Bund Deutscher Architekten [BDA] // 2001 ‘BDA Preis Bayern’ with 10 other practices including Herzog & de Meuron, Behnisch & Partner, Allmann Sattler Wappner, and others. Bund Deutscher Architekten [BDA], Munich, State of Bavaria // 2001‘perspektiven 01’ international furniture design competition Basel [Switzerland] in collaboration with Thomas Lehmann // COMPETITIONS(selection since 2003): 2004 1.Prize Triple Sports Hall // 2002 Rockershausen, City of Saarbrücken // Shortlisted for european-wide (including Switzerland) competition ‘Zukunft Killesberg’ with ‘die gruppe’ // 2003 5th prize ‘iks reden’, european-wide competition PUBLICATIONS (selection since 2001): monument, australia [2.2005] // ait [1|2.2002] // Bauwelt [6.02] // db – deutsche bauzeitung [1.2002] // detail [3.02] // design report [1.2002] // Der Architekt [12.2001] // ait [12.2001] // design report [12.2001] // Hochparterre [5.2001] [switzerland] // Monument 02.2002] [australia] // Ottagono [febbraio, marzo 2002, numero 148] [italy] // Wallpaper* may 2002 [england] // wettbewerbe aktuell [since 2001]

// exhibitions (since 2006)

// 2008 ‘Urban Room – ephemeral, temporal spaces’, Urban Interior Research Group, September 11-29, 2008, Craft Victoria, Melbourne // ‘ur-hut’, Bamboo Conference, Lae, Papua New Guinea, August // 2007 ‘Have you seen it?’, State of Design Festival, July 16-28, urban installation, Melbourne 2007 ‘My_placEs’, Strangely Familiar exhibition, May 7 – June 1, 2007, SASA Gallery, UniSA, Adelaide, South Australia // 2006 ‘Simplicity Offers Flexibility’, International Housing Conference, October 5 – 8, 2006, Urban Architecture Laboratory, RMIT University, Melbourne 2006

// invited lectures

// 2008 Technical University Berlin, Germany // 2005 Peter Behrens School of Architecture, Duesseldorf, Germany // University of Technology, Business and Design, Wismar, Germany // Bund Deutscher Architekten, Nuernberg, Germany // University of Applied Sciences, Coburg, Germany // 2004 Unitec, Auckland [New Zealand] // Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Melbourne [Australia] // 2003 University of Technology, Business and Design Wismar // 2002 University of Stuttgart, Germany // 2001 University of Applied Science Köln // University of Applied Science Mainz // State Academy of fine Art, Stuttgart // 1999 Casla, Almere, Netherlands // Parsons School of Design, New York // 1998 Rietveld Academie Amsterdam, Netherlands // 1997 ETH Zürich, Switzerland

// academic publications

// 2008 // Edited book: ‘Notions of Space’, Rochus Urban Hinkel (ed); Craft Victoria (Melbourne 2008). ISBN 978-0-9879665-5-0 // Book Chapters:‘Notions of Space’, in Notions of Space, Rochus Urban Hinkel (ed); Craft Victoria (Melbourne 2008) // ‘Spatial Hardware and Software’, in Architectural Design, (eds) Helen Castle, Julieanna Preston; John Wiley & Sons (London 2008) // 2006 with Hélène Frichot, ‘Take a Walk’, in The Melbourne Design Guide, (eds) Ewan McEoin, Vivian Stappmanns; lab.3000 RMIT (Melbourne 2006) // Guest-editor Stadtbauwelt Melbourne, Bauweltverlag, Berlin, Dezember 2005 // Journal articles: 2006 ‘Two Years in Melbourne’, in Architectural Theory Review, Vol 11, Nr 1, (eds) Anna Rubbo, Adrian Snodgrass; University of Sydney (Sydney, 2006) // with Hélène Frichot, ‘A City far away’, StadtBauwelt, special edition on Melbourne, published in German, (Berlin 2005) // Conference papers: 2009 ‘Ephemeral Urban Design’ 3rd international Conference on Design Practice, Berlin // 2008‘Curating local Places and Identities’, IAPL Conference, June 30-July 6, 2008, Global Arts, Local Knowledge, Melbourne, July 2008 // 2007 with Tim Schork ‘UnMaking the Fold’, Quality Conference, Welsh School of Architecture, July 4-6, 2007, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom, July // 2006 ‘A Genealogy of Melbourne’s Architecture Discourse’,XXIII Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, 29th September – 2nd October, 2006, Notre Dame University, Fremantle, Western Australia. // ‘Simplicity offers Flexibility’, International Housing Conference, October 5 – 8, 2006, Urban Architecture Laboratory, RMIT University, Melbourne. Published in the proceedings. // ‘New Procurements in Germany’, International Housing Conference, October 5 – 8, 2006, Urban Architecture Laboratory, RMIT University, Melbourne. // 2005‘Trans-disciplinarity within the Discipline’, Third International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia 2005, 28-30 September 2005, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane 2005

// curator

// 2004 Zweite Architekturwoche in Bayern_A2 (Bamberg), initiator, curator und speaker of the project team of the ‘zweiten architekturwoche a2’ vom 9.-17.07.2004. in Bamberg // Weißenhof_Architekturförderpreis [2], initiator and curator of an architectural prize for young architects and designers with exhibition in Stuttgart, Freiburg and Berlin // 2003 BDA Preis Bayern and Auszeichnung Guter Bauten Franken’, curator of the exhibition of the bavarian architectural prize in Bamberg // 2002 wie wohnen heute_ how to live today?_Kalhöfer Korschildgen, curator of the exhibition presenting the cologne architects kalhöfer korschildgen // 2000 Weißenhof – Architekturförderpreis [1], initiator and curator of the architectural prize for young architects and designers with exhibition in Stuttgart and Freiburg.