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Florian Seidel is an architect and university teacher. He studied architecture at Technical University Berlin and holds a degree in architecture from TU Delft. He received a doctoral degree in architectural engineering from TU Munich. He worked as an architect in various international and Berlin offices. Since 2008, he has worked as free-lance architect for a number of architecture offices and has been self-employed with his partner, Vlatka Šeremet.
He was research associate for urban design at TU Munich and associate professor at GUC German University in Cairo in the fields of theory of architecture and architectural design. He is currently a lecturer for architectural design and typology at BTU Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus.
Florian Seidel's research focuses on topics related to post-war modernism in Germany and the MENA region. He has published frequently in reviews and has authored and co-authored various exhibition catalogues.
Vlatka Šeremet is an architect, urban researcher, and university teacher. She was born in Yugoslavia and grew up in Berlin-Kreuzberg. She studied architecture at Technical University Berlin and IUAV University in Venice, Italy. She worked as an architect in various international and Berlin offices. Since 2008, she has been self-employed with her partner, Florian Seidel.
Vlatka Šeremet was an associate professor at GUC German University in Cairo in the fields of visual, architectural, and urban design. In Germany, she was a lecturer for architectural design and typology at BTU Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg.
Vlatka Šeremet's research focuses on the aesthetics and phenomenology of space, spatial practices, and the social reality in urban contexts. Her research topic is late modern architecture and urban planning of the 1960–70s in West Berlin.
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