Interior Design, History and Theory of Architecture and Design
Carola Ebert was born in Berlin. She studied architecture (Dipl.-Ing. TU Berlin, 1998) and architectural history and theory (MSc Bartlett, UCL, London, 2001). She received her doctorate from the University of Kassel for a dissertation on the architectural and cultural history of the West-German modernist bungalow 1952-1969. After running her own architecture studio for residential projects for eight years, she taught architectural theory and design at Kassel University from 2006-2010. She has been visiting lecturer at TU Berlin, UdK Berlin, University of Potsdam, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, University of Kassel, University of Stuttgart. Beyond teaching she has been working as a communications and strategy coach for architects and designers since 2008; from 2015 to 2016 she worked at the bologna.lab for new ways of teaching and learning at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Her main research interests are 20th century residential architecture, architectural didactics and the image/self-perception of architects.
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