Johanna Schulze graduated from the Bauhaus University Weimar with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. Within free semester projects at the Chair of Historic Preservation and Architectural History, she worked on design in complex urban and industrial contexts as well as on experimental and creative approaches to the built environment. During her studies she gained additional experience through a semester abroad at the École Polytechnique de Lausanne as well as working for a Berlin-based architecture office.
With drawings and graphics, she is also repeatedly active as a freelance artist, most recently making drawings for a video art studio in the spring of 2023, these drawings were then digitalized and used as a beamed stage set at the Schlossfestspiele in Ettlingen. Since 2022, Johanna has been involved in working both with and for the Patent-Papierfabrik e.V. association in Brandenburg. She is project initiator of the participatory building event ‘zukunftsFABRIK’ which is funded by the Zukunftspaket. She gained additional experience in the field of research by working as a collaborator in the DFG priority program SPP2255 ‘Cultural Heritage and Construction’.
“Understanding the built environment as a contemporary repertoire means finding ways of transmission and accessibility.”