Portraitfotos der drei Vertretungsprofessoren Fabian Hörmann, Frank Stasi und Dr. Philipp Reinfeld

New substitute professors for the winter semester 2023/24

Welcome to the HFT Stuttgart

The Faculty of Architecture and Design welcomes three substitute professors for the winter semester: Fabian Hörmann, Frank Stasi and Dr Philipp Reinfeld.

Portraitfoto von Vertretungsprofessor Fabian Hörmann

Substitute Professor Fabian Hörmann | Faculty of Architecture and Design | Subject: Climate-friendly and resource-efficient architecture

Fabian Hörmann leads the architectural office YR22 regenerative architecture+urbanism GmbH in Zurich. The creation of a regenerative habitat is at the center of his work. His interests range from urban planning issues to collective housing forms and educational landscapes to urgent topics of regenerative strategies, constructions and materials. Fabian Hörmann studied architecture at the HFT Stuttgart and the ULPGC Las Palmas from 1999 to 2004. After internships in the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland, he worked for EM2N in Zurich from 2004 to 2006 and as an independent architect in Stuttgart from 2006 to 2008. As an associate and member of the management team at EM2N, he led the competition and design department from 2008 to 2022. In 2022 he founded YR22 in Zurich. He is committed to change in the construction industry in the face of climate emergency as a member of Countdown 2030 and is part of the collective visiting professorship at FHNW in Muttenz 2023/2024. In November his book "The Real Deal – Post-Fossil Construction For Game Changers" will be published.

Photo: © Anna Maragkoudaki

Portraitfoto von Vertretungsprofessor Frank Stasi

Substitute Professor Frank Stasi | Faculty of Architecture and Design | Subject: Climate-friendly and resource-efficient architecture

Frank Stasi is a founding partner of the architecture collective ARSP ARCHITEKTEN, which currently has studios in Dornbirn, Innsbruck and Stuttgart. Organized in an international network and in agile, independent teams, he collaborates with his partners to develop a wide variety of strategies for current urban planning and architectural tasks of all sizes. His planning horizon extends beyond the D-A-CH region. His work on projects in Asia and Africa has provided him with a wealth of experience in the special planning and construction processes and the socio-cultural significance of architecture. After his apprenticeship as a carpenter, Frank Stasi studied architecture and urban planning at the University of Stuttgart from 2000 to 2006. After working for se/arch and Oskar Leo Kaufmann, among others, he founded ARSP ARCHITEKTEN in Dornbirn, Vorarlberg, Austria, in 2013. Following various teaching positions at the universities in Stuttgart, Vaduz and Innsbruck, Frank Stasi will begin his work at the HFT Stuttgart in the winter semester of 2023.


Portraitfoto von Vertretungsprofessor Dr. Philipp Reinfeld

Substitute Professor Dr. Philipp Reinfeld | Faculty of Architecture and Design | Subject: Experience Design

Philipp Reinfeld teaches and researches on the effects of media representations of space on the reception and production of architecture and the city. In 2016, he founded the teaching research focus "Architectural Design in Virtual Reality" at the Institute of Media and Design at TU Braunschweig, where the potentials of using VR systems for architectural design are investigated.

Reinfeld was a research associate, academic advisor and deputy institute director (IMD) at the Department of Architecture at TU Braunschweig. He studied architecture at the TU Berlin (Dipl.-Ing.) and at the AdBK Nuremberg (M. Arch.). In 2016, he received his PhD with the thesis "Image-Based Architecture. Photography and Design" at the Institute for Architectural Theory at the University of Innsbruck. From 2006 to 2008, he taught as an artistic assistant in the master's program for architecture and urban research at AdBK Nuremberg. Between 2006 and 2013 he was a partner in the architectural office BOOM/ERA in close project cooperation with Brandlhuber+ in Berlin.

Photo: © Martin Eberle

Publish date: 17. October 2023