Frederike Lausch

Frederike Lausch, born 1988, is an architecture historian whose work deals with architecture's relationship to politics and philosophy in the 20th century, and received her PhD from Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. As a Fellow of the Wüstenrot Foundation at the German architecture museum she investigated the architect Max Bächer's interest in Albert Speer. She is also a member of the »Center for Critical Studies in Architecture« (CCSA).

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Architecture, Architecture and Design

Publications in the Series: Architecture

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