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Every week, Christian Union will hold our weekly gathering. This includes a prayer time and a discussion/fellowship time. There will always be snacks! All are welcome to attend no matter where you are on your faith journey. Come, laugh, ask questions, and fellowship with some awesome people!
Christian Dengler completed his studies in architecture at the Graz University of Technology and Moscow Architectural Institute with distinction, and went on to work for various international offices, among them Roos & Schregenberger, Zurich; Behnisch & Partner, Stuttgart; Volker Giencke, Klaus Kada, Graz; and Agence Ter, Paris. From 1998 to 2003 he was assistant professor in Architecture at Graz University of Technology, Institute of History of Art. He is visiting lecturer at Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Structural Engineering and Design, at Graz University of Technology, Institute of Housing, at the École Supérieure de Paysage Versailles and Strathclyde University Glasgow.
In 2005 he founded StudioCE, an experimental architecture studio in Berlin and Graz. He has won numerous prizes and awards, including the Friedrich Zotter Preis for Experimental Architecture and the Otto Wagner Städtebaupreis. His design-project „Van Straaten’s Island" for Daniel Libeskinds Design Studio at TU-Graz was rewarded best project of the architecture faculty. His work shifts between different scales from small to extra large, with a focus on sustainable concepts and experimental urbanism. He contributes to various publications, including the internet platforms GAT and Baunetz, and magazines Der Architekt and AIT. In 2007 he joined an american study abroad program in Berlin, he was teaching the Workshop and Introductory Architecture Studio and became director of the program until 2012. Since 2013 he is director of the CityLAB Berlin of Norwich University School of Architecture and Art. Since 2014 he is also teaching Architecure in the SLC Summer Arts in Berlin program.
Whether your interested in Japanese Culture, or trying to learn the Japanese language, !NippoN! is the best resource for you! Hang out with us in Heimbold 210, anytime between 4 and 7pm, every Friday. And make sure you sign up to our email list in order to keep up with all of the events happening throughout the year. (firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com)