New professors at the faculty Architecture and Design

The lecturers will start on the upcoming summer term 2021

The HFT Stuttgart welcomes the two new lecturers Prof. Dr. Iris Belle and Prof. arch. mag. Juri Troy.

Prof. Dr. Iris Belle | Faculty of Architecture and Design | Subject: Smart City Solutions

Iris Belle received her doctorate in geography from the University of Heidelberg. She completed her architecture studies at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. In the Master's program Smart City Solutions at HFT Stuttgart, Iris Belle has been teaching as an adjunct professor since the winter semester 2019. Also since 2019, she has been developing smart city solutions at the neighborhood level for municipalities and neighborhood developers at the company Drees & Sommer. From 2016 to 2019, Iris Belle was an assistant professor at Tongji University in Shanghai, researching innovations and governance in architecture and urban planning and teaching "design". From 2011 to 2015, she was a PostDoc at ETH Zurich and the Future Cities Lab in Singapore. Belle started her professional career as a design architect at gmp - von Gerkan, Marg und Partner Architekten and AREP in Beijing, China. Prof. Dr. Iris Belle has been appointed to the HFT Stuttgart for the summer semester 2021.

Prof. arch. mag. Juri Troy | Faculty of Architecture and Design | Subject: Climate-friendly and resource-efficient architecture

After practical training as a building technician and stonemason in Vorarlberg, Juri Troy studied architecture at the Technical University of Innsbruck and the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Shortly after graduating in 2002, he founded his own architectural practice in Vienna. Since then, his work has focused on timber construction, resource-efficient building and sustainable building concepts. In addition to numerous professional lectures, Troy taught at the Vienna University of Technology and the FH Campus Wien from 2006 to 2019. After a substitute semester, Juri Troy was appointed to the HFT Stuttgart for the summer semester 2021.

Publish date: 17. March 2021 By Michaela Leipersberger-Linder ()