How much influence do architects have on what to keep in regeneration projects? What costs should be taken in consideration for urban regeneration? What challenges do you face as a German office bringing your expertise to China? As part of our Sino-German City Lab Joachim Wendt from schneider+schumacher shares his views on these and more questions in a video interview:
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About Joachim Wendt
Joachim Wendt, born 1965, studied Economics at the University of Würzburg, Germany, and the State University of New York, Albany, USA, where he completed his Master of Arts. Subsequently he studied Architecture at the Technical University Darmstadt. In 2005 he started to work for schneider+schumacher; since 2009 he has been the managing director of schneider+schumacher Städtebau GmbH. Since 2013 he is also managing director of schneider+schumacher Architects Design Consulting in Tianjin, China. In 2021 he became managing partner of schneider+schumacher Städtebau GmbH.
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Heping District, Nanjing Road No.181
Metropolitan Tower, Room 4106-4107
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Wenchang South Street, Shahe Street
Room 409, Yuanchuang Space, Building A1
North District of OCT Creative Cultural Park
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The Sino-German City Lab is funded by the „Export Initiative Environmental Technologies“ (EXI) of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUBMU Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und nukleare Sicherheit).