Dagmar Reinhardt

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    Dagmar Reinhardt leads the Master of Digital Architecture Research at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney, Australia. She is also an architect and practice director of reinhardtjung (reinhardtjung.de), a research-led, international design and architecture practice based in Sydney and Frankfurt. Dagmar lectures at European and Australian Universities on research, design, industry collaborations and architecture. reinhardtjung develops architecture through buildings, installations, curatorial work and research. Their work has been widely published and received numerous nominations and awards. With the biome research group, Reinhardt explores the intersections between evolution, design, mathematics, architecture and music.


    Dagmar Reinhardt is an architect, academic and keen researcher of the emergent and unforeseen. She is the Lecturer of Digital Architecture at The University of Sydney, where she currently leads the Master of Digital Architecture Research, and coordinates Architectural Communications. Reinhardt received a postgraduate degree at Städelschule and holds a PhD by the University of Sydney that engaged the technological and affective potentials of a latent, performative, phenomenal architectural design; unfolding performance addressed as a latent potential embedded in design, through an organisational, structural, material expression of ‘unfigured’, non-finite form(ation), that develops in operation, stimulating sensation and experience. Reinhardt has lectured and taught at European and Australian Universities. Complimentary to the academic work, Reinhardt develops architecture as the principal of reinhardtjung architects, a research-led practice that develops architecture through buildings, installations and curatorial work, publications, academic education and research, which has been widely published and received a number of awards


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