The workshop wants to deal with the question of how we can reintegrate the city, architecture and people into nature. How can we transform the opposition between civilization and nature from a domination relationship into a partnership relationship? What is our vision of a life in harmony with nature?
Klaus Schmitz-Gielsdorf (Bauhaus University Weimar)
Klaus Schmitz-Gielsdorf is a true expert in the field of architecture and urban planning. After studying architecture at RWTH Aachen University, he gained years of experience in architectural offices before starting his own business. After further studies and the completion of a Masters of Urban Management, he then became a certified passive house planner and chief architect for the city of Leipzig. Klaus Schmitz-Gielsdorf was also able to apply his diverse work experience as mayor and building department head of the city of Gotha. Since June 2019, he is now a research associate at the Chair of Construction Economics and Construction Management at Bauhaus University in Weimar.
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