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Benjamin Busch

Benjamin Busch

Berlin, DE

 

About 

Benjamin Busch (b. 1987) was internationally trained as an architect at the University of Kansas, Potsdam University of Applied Sciences and the University of Stuttgart. He has lived and worked in Berlin since 2011, where he leads Studio Busch, a platform for spatial practice operating between the disciplines of photography and design. As a graduate student of Raumstrategien (spatial strategies) at Weissensee School of Art, he is currently researching critical modes of architectural production within the field of spatial practice. Treating architecture as a symptom of abstract processes, his artwork and writing investigate complex fields of relations within the built environment. His recent works deal with the production of refugee housing in Germany, active and ‘passive’ border security infrastructure in Europe, memorials, historical narratives surrounding refugees and self-organized housing.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

F101 Architekten, Berlin, DE, Architectural Designer (Arbeitnehmer)

Oct 2012 - current
 

Stecher Architekten, Berlin, DE, Freelancer (Freier Mitarbeiter)

Feb 2012 - Sep 2012
 

hammeskrause architekten, Stuttgart, DE, Freelancer (Freier Mitarbeiter)

Sep 2010 - Jun 2011
 

Gould Evans, Lawrence, KS, US, Student Intern

Jul 2007 - Aug 2007
 

Education 

Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee, Berlin, DE, Masters, Spatial Strategies

Oct 2014 - current
 

Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, DE, Graduate Studies in Architecture

Sep 2010 - Sep 2011
 

The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, Masters, M.A. in Architecture

Sep 2010 - Sep 2011
 

The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Highest Distinction, Honors

Aug 2005 - May 2010
 

Fachhochschule Potsdam, Potsdam, DE, Graduate Studies in Architecture

Sep 2008 - Jul 2009
 

Awards 

Baden-Württemberg-Stipendium, Scholarship

2010
 

Graduate Direct Exchange Scholarship, Scholarship

2010
 

AIA School Medal and Certificate of Merit, Award

2010
 

Honors Program Development Grant, Grant

2008
 

Donald Ewart Memorial Traveling Scholarship in Architecture, Scholarship

2008
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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