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Creative Heritage

ISBN 978-3-86859-532-1

Listen Prima, p. 80.

Listen Prima, p. 80. Junior Lecturer and Researcher at the Department of Architecture, Universitas Sriwijaya, Indonesia; Master’s degree in Planning from the University of Adelaide, Australia. Her research focus is on heritage architecture and regional planning in Indonesia. PhD candidate at the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Sciences of Leibniz Universität Hannover; funded by the BUDI-LN Scholarship of Kemristikdikti-LPDP (Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education). Christa Reicher, p. 48. Full Professor and Chair of the Department of Urban Design and Land Use Planning at TU Dortmund University. She has been Chairperson of the Scientific Board of the Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development since 2010, and Head and Speaker of the “Energy Efficience within Urban Quarters” graduate school since 2014. She is Principal of the architecture planning office RHA Reicher Haase Associates GmbH. Previously, she was a Professor for Urban Design at the University of Applied Science, Bochum, and worked as a Research Associate at RWTH Aachen. Her main research focus is on urban design projects, planning strategies, quality management, and the design of public space, with a special focus on the transformation of and structural change in urban agglomerations such as the Ruhr region, as well as seeking a stronger cooperation between science and practice. She is member of several juries and councils such as the Kuratorium zur Nationalen Stadtentwicklungspolitik (since 2016) and the Advisory Council for the Seestadt Aspern in Vienna (since 2014). Mosè Ricci, p. 38. Emeritus of the Italian Republic for Art and Culture, architect and urbanist. His research examines the relationships between landscape, contemporary urbanism, and architecture, and concerns ecological performing projects, Recycle, resilience, sensitive landscape design, and ecological urbanism. He is Full Professor of Architectural Design and Urbanism and Chair of the architectural design studio at the University of Trento. He is a 1982 Architecture graduate of La Sapienza University in Rome. In 1996–97, he was Fulbright recipient and Visiting Scholar at GSD, Harvard University; from 2008–09, Visiting Professor at Technische Universität München (TUM); in 2015, Visiting Professor of Advanced Urbanism at IAAC Barcelona. He has been a member of the scientific board of the Villard International Seminar since 1999, and of the Villard International Doctorate since 2004. He has also been a member of the steering committee of the Italian Society of Urban Planners (2003–05, 2007–11). Selected publications: New Paradigms (List, 2012), Univer-City (List 2010), iSpace (Meltemi, 2008), RISCHIOPAESAG- GIO (Meltemi, 2003). Recipient of several prizes in international competitions, exhibited in the Biennale of Venice in 1996 and in 2012. 124

Tim Rieniets, p. 32. Trained as an architect, Tim Rieniets has dedicated his career to professional research, publishing, exhibition making, and teaching in the fields of architecture and urbanism. It is the core ambition of his work to investigate contemporary challenges in urban development and to develop appropriate urban design methods. After working as a Lecturer at ETH Zurich and as Guest Professor at Technische Universität München (TUM), he is currently directing StadtBauKultur NRW, an initiative of the State of North Rhine Westphalia founded to initiate innovation in the fields of architecture, urbanism, and public discourse. Among other issues, StadtBauKultur NRW is doing intense research in the field of architectural redevelopment. This engagement is based on the belief that a more careful and ingenious approach to existing buildings—whether they are valued as heritage buildings or not—will be an essential contribution to ecological and cultural sustainability. Chiara Rizzi, p. 36. Architect, international PhD, University Researcher in Architectural and Urban Design at the University of Basilicata in Matera. The main theme of her research is involving ecological issues and collaborative approaches in design strategies. She is the author of several chapters in edited books and of articles in international peer-reviewed journals. Her books include Fourth Landscape (2014), Joao Nunes: Progettare paesaggi (2016), and La città dell‘Altro Adige (2016). Federica Scaffidi, p. 84. Architect, PhD candidate in Urban, Regional, and Landscape Planning at the University of Palermo. Her research interests concern local development and Recycle strategies, with a focus on brownfield reactivation and social innovation. She was a Visiting Research Fellow at Leibniz Universität Hannover and at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Jörg Schröder, p.90, p. 110. Architect and urban planner. Full Professor and Chair for Regional Building and Urban Planning at the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Sciences of Leibniz Universität Hannover; currently Dean of Research of the Faculty. Research focus on Architecture of Territories, urbanism and territorial design, metropolitan and urban-rural visioning, strategic planning, territorial innovation and resilience, and design research. Diploma in Architecture from Technische Universität München (TUM) in 1998; University Researcher and Lecturer with TUM from 2002–10, Director of the research group AlpHouse 2010–12. Recent R&D projects: Rurbance—Rural-Urban Inclusive Governance Strategies and Tools for Sustainable Development, funded by ERDF; AlpBC—Capitalising Knowledge on Alpine Building Culture, funded by ERDF; Regiobranding, funded by BMBF German Federal 125