Kirsten Angermann, Franka Fetzer, Ulrike Kuch

Kirsten Angermann is a research and teaching assistant at the Chair of Conservation and History of Architecture at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and also works as a freelance architectural conservator in Berlin. Previously, she worked as a trainee at the Berlin Monument Authority and as a lecturer at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. In 2022, she defended her dissertation on postmodern architecture in the former GDR. 

Franka Fetzer is studying urbanism in the master’s programme at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar following a degree in architecture. She is a research fellow on the project “What remains? Squatted houses as (im)material heritage and case studies for processual design”. Additionally, Franka is involved in civic-political alliances.

Ulrike Kuch is a research and teaching assistant at the Chair of Theory and History of Modern Architecture at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. In her research, she focuses on the relationship between architecture and image as well as peripheral architectures and architecture from a global historical perspective.