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alexander jung
1999-2002 secondary education: Postgraduate Diploma/ Master of Architectural (Conceptual) Design at Hochschule der Bildenden Künste, Städelschule Frankfurt (Prof/ Peter Cook,C.J. Lim, Ben van Berkel, Klaus Bollinger, Charles Walker, Mark Wigley).
1993-98 Diploma at University of Applied Sciences (Fh) Wiesbaden
1990-92 trained as Draftsmen by architecture office Franz Josef Hamm, Limburg, TNS.
architectural practice
since 2004 architecture office reinhardt_jung [architektur+ingenieurbüro] with partner Dagmar Reinhardt
2004 founded twentytwentysix with Olivia Hyde, Sydney
2004 founded frankfurterraum/ www.frankfurterraum.de with Dagmar Reinhardt and Florian Neumann
2006-2008 competition design and building supervision for DBN, Darmstadt
2002-2004 UN Studio, van Berkel & Bos Amsterdam: Project Architect for Mercedes Benz Museum Stuttgart
1998-2002 worked in collaboration with several architectural offices, including
Scneider+Schumacher, Frankfurt/Main
UN Studio, van Berkel & Bos Amsterdam:IFCCA Manhattan, Almere Expo 2001, Venice Architecture University
Architecture Office Hanspeter Abler-Trojer, Meran
Architecture Office Franz Josef Hamm, Limburg, Tns
nominations, prices, scholarships
2004 shortlisted and invited lecture for Professorship at HfG Offenbach
2002 research grant ‚Taut-Stipendium', by German Architects Chamber (Bundesarchitektenkammer), Berlin
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Dipl.-Ing. M Arch Staedelschule Alexander Jung, Architekt

curriculum vitae

Alexander Jung is a thinker and designer of architecture, and principal of reinhardtjung, an architecture office based in Frankfurt/ Main and Sydney that covers architecture and design in theory and practice; in buildings, installations, publications and other architectural projects. Jung was trained as a draftsmen, and worked internationally in Italy, Netherlands and Germany for large architecture companies. He reveived a postgraduate degree of Conceptual Design from Städelschule Frankfurt (Ben van Berkel, Mark Wigley, Peter Cook). Jung received the Taut-Preis, a distinction of the BDA Germany, in 2002. He was part of UN Studio (van Berkel und Bos) between 1998-2004 and collaborated on IFCCA Manhattan, Almere Expo 2001, Venice Architecture University, Mercedes Benz Museum Stuttgart, before founding his own office. Jung is a registered member of Architects Chamber Hessen (No 18656).