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0175 Harvard Abroad Studio Berlin
Frank Barkow, Arno Brandlhuber, Niklas Maak, Fritz Neumeyer (Studio Instructors); Maria Hudl (Teaching Assistant); Oliver Bucklin, Julian Funk, Nan Liu, Shiqing Liu, Gregory Logan, Giancarlo Montano, Nancy Nichols, Elizabeth Pipal, Christopher Soohoo, Dana Wu (Students); Sandra Bartoli, Sam Chermayeff, Silvan Linden, Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge (Critics Midterm); Sam Chermayeff, Regine Leibinger, Theresa Lund, Jürgen Mayer H, Mohsen Mostafavi, Christopher Roth, Christina Seilern, Jo Taillieu, Jan De Vylder (Critics Finals); Thomas Demand, Olafur Eliasson, Galerie Neugerriemschneider, Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge, Rem Koolhaas, Christopher Roth, Matthias Sauerbruch, Nicolai von Rosen (Guests & Studio Visits); Yona Friedman, Renée Gailhoustet, Calude Parent, Lacaton Vassal (Paris Trip); Floritan Hertweck (Seminar); ARCH+ feature 35; Something Fantastic & Maria Hudl (Catalogue)

The spring 2015 semester brought Harvard Graduate School of Design students to Berlin to participate in a studio led by Frank Barkow of Barkow Leibinger and Arno Brandlhuber of brandlhuber+.
The studio, entitled 
"Poor but Sexy: Berlin, The New Communal", was accompanied by two seminars: "Plattenbau vs. the New Communal", "Mass Housing", "Alternative Dwelling Models", "A Theory of Shared Spaces in Germany" led by Niklas Maak and "The Urban Architecture of Berlin: From Schinkel to the Present" led by Fritz Neumeyer. The studio took place from January 31st until April 29th, in Berlin. (Text: GSD Harvard)

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