Caroline Høgsbro

studied architecture at the TU Berlin (Dipl. Ing.) and Film & Media Science (B.A.) at the University of Copenhagen.

From 2011 to 2014 research associate at the TU Berlin, teaching descriptive geometry and parametric design. Among others: “Bridging the Gap”, construction of footbridges and walk-in structures in Grashopper (Prof. Daniel Lordick, Caroline Høgsbro). 2013/14: “Architectonics”, Decoding and Encoding of Architectural Space in the Interplay of Analog and Digital Techniques (Prof. Christoph Barlieb, Caroline Høgsbro et al.).

From 2017 to 2019 research associate at the TU Braunschweig, Institute for Media Design in architectural studies, there head of the Robotic Design Lab.

After completing a bachelor’s degree in Film and Media Studies, Høgsbro wrote numerous articles for Danish newspapers and magazines. 2007, editor of the anthology “Nortopia” on Nordic Modernism (edited by Caroline Høgsbro & Antje Wischmann, 2008). 2015-17 managing editor for the architecture magazine  “competition”.

Longtime employee in the office “Martin Schmitt Architecture / Communication in Space”, there exploration of the practice of architectural design.

Her ongoing research project  “Robotic Clay 3D Printing” aims to investigate 3D printed ceramic materials that go beyond purely constructive-geometric considerations. The aim of the project is to extend the parametric spectrum by enviromental factors to achieve a preconfiguration of the space.

Some of this work is currently on display at the Museum for Future, Futurium, in Berlin. The exhibition will end in spring 2021.