Dirk Hebel

 

 


 

Dirk Hebel is currently holding the position of Assistant Professor of Architecture and Construction at the Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore. Prior to that, he was the founding Scientific Director of the Ethiopian Institute of Architecture, Building Construction and City Development in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Between 2002 and 2009 he taught at the Department of Architecture, ETHZ as the coordinator for first year architectural design program and the director of the’ Master of Advanced Studies’ program in Urban Design with Prof. Dr. Marc Angélil. The resulting work of his teaching and research has been published in numerous academic journals and book publications, lately SUDU: THE CONSTRUCTION OF A SUSTAINABLE URBAN DWELLING UNIT (forthcoming) and CITIES OF CHANGE ADDIS ABABA (with Marc Angélil). In 2008, he published the book DEVIATIONS (with Marc Angélil), an experiment in architectural design pedagogy and in 2005 BATHROOM UNPLUGGED (with Jörg Stollmann). Dirk Hebel practices architecture by activating unusual building materials such as air (DISCOVERIES, an exhibition for the Foundation Lindau Nobel Prize Winners and ON_AIR, and installation for KunstWerke Berlin), water (as the project manager for the BLUR Building for EXPO.02 in Switzerland) or plastic bottles (as in the award-winning project UNITED_BOTTLE).

More info: http://www.futurecities.ethz.ch/person/asst-prof-dirk-hebel/




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Understand a city’s people, components, functions, scales and dynamics, as precondition for its sustainable design and management. Understanding a city as a whole, its people, components, functions, scales and dynamics, is crucial for the appropriate design and management of the urban system. While the development of cities in different parts of the world is moving in diverse directions, all estimations show that cities worldwide will change and grow strongly in the coming years. Especially in the tropics over the next 3 decades, it is expected that the number of new urban residents will increase by 3 times the population of Europe today.

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