__Daniela Konrad

Assistant Professor 2004 – 2010

// education

// 2001 Second Professional Degree in Architecture. M.Arch. University of Illinois at Chicago, USA // 1999 First Professional Degree in Architecture and Urban Planning Dipl.-Ing., Technische Universität Karslruhe, Germany // 1997 architectural studies, Technische Universität Eindhoven, Netherlands

// working experience

// 2008 Co-founder of Büro KL, Berlin, Germany // 2002-2004 Zeilon & Partners, Stockholm, Sweden // 2001-2003 Mattes und Partner Architekten, Heilbronn, Germany // 2000-2001 stl Architects, Chicago, USA and part-time consultant at SOM, Chicago, USA // 1997-1998 Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten, München, Germany

// teaching and academic work

// 2010-2011 Co-Foundress and Assistant Professor, Urban Research And Design Laboratory, Technische Universität Berlin // 2004-2010 Assistant Professor, ADIP, Technische Universität Berlin // 2009 Initiation and coordination of the symposium ‘Wasserschaft Spree’, TU Berlin // 2008Workshop lecturer, New York City College, USA, in cooperation with Professor Michael Sorkin and Professor Achva Benzinberg Stein //2008 Workshop lecturer, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany, in cooperation with Professor Wolfgang Christ // 2007 Initiation and coordination of the two-day symposium ‘ARCHITECTURE reTURNS to POP’, TU Berlin. // 2000-2001 Academic work and Jury Member, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, Professor Charles Waldheim and Professor Xavier Vendrell

// publications

// 2010 ADIP MAGAZINE Vol °1 ‘Rethinking Berlin’. Published by TU Berlin Verlag. ISBN 978-3-7983-2214-11 // 2008 ‘Interrogating POP in Architecture’. Editor and author. Published by Ernst Wasmuth Verlag. ISBN 978-3-8030-0694-3 // 2005 Author of an article in ‘Tuning’, edited by Jason Danziger. Published by TU Berlin Verlag. ISBN 3-7983-1988-X // 2001 Collaboration with Charles Waldheim on the article ‘Decamping Detroit’ in ‘Stalking Detroit’. ISBN 978-8495273772

// grants and awards

// 2002 International Competition “Presence of Time – City Architecture Art for Braunschweig”. Nomination and Invitation to workshop // 2000 Schiff Foundation Fellowship Award Nomination, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA // 1999 DAAD Postgraduate Scholarship, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA // 1997 Weinbrenner Award, Technische Universität Karlsruhe, Germany // 1996 Erasmus Scholarship, Technische Universität Eindhoven, Netherlands