Hannes Langguth is an architect and urban researcher based in Berlin and Hamburg. Currently, he is a doctoral researcher in the DFG-Research training group “Urban Future-Making – Professional Agency Across Time and Scale” at HafenCity Universität Hamburg. Hannes works at the intersection of critical urban theory, urban ethnography, and urban-regional planning and governance. With a particular focus on small-town and rural contexts in Europe and China, he is interested in exploring the interrelation between the built environment and large-scale climate, spatial and social transformation, through research on global urban infrastructure investments, urban-regional sustainability policy, and participatory approaches to urban and regional planning. Hannes is an early career member at the Regional Studies Association (RSA) and a member of the international NYLON research network with counterparts based at New York University (NYU), the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Hannes studied Architecture and Urban Planning at the Technische Universität Braunschweig and the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. He then worked as a lecturer, researcher and project coordinator at the Habitat Unit, Department of International Urbanism and Design at Technische Universität Berlin. Besides teaching numerous BA and MA courses, he was co-initiator and part of the interdisciplinary research team in the BMBF-funded Sino-German project „Urban-Rural Assembly (URA)“.

Hannes is co-founder of studioetcetera, a Berlin-based architecture office that focuses on research and practice beyond urban centres.

↗ urban-future-making.hcu-hamburg.de
↗ academia.edu
↗ ORCiD.org
↗ scholar.google.com
↗ studioetcetera.org
↗ herrbergskirchen.org
↗ hausdoeschnitz.de
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