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Carolin Mees

Visiting Associate Professor


Carolin Mees is an architect and researcher based in New York City and Berlin. She holds a Dr. Ing. in Architecture from the Berlin University of Arts, a Master of Architecture (Dipl. Ing) of the Berlin University of Arts and a Bachelor of Architecture (Vordiplom) of the Hamburg Academy of Arts. She has been teaching internationally in the field of architecture, urbanism and territorial planning at the graduate and undergraduate university level since 2009 including at Pratt Institute, Parsons School of Design at The New School University, the Technical University Berlin, the Graz Technical University, and the University Hohenheim. She also has been an invited speaker and guest critic at various universities such as Yale University’s School of Architecture and Columbia University. From 2020-2021 Carolin was a Senior Post Doctoral Fellow of the Alexander of Humboldt Foundation at the Technical University of Berlin. Since 2005 Carolin works individually and collaboratively in the field of architecture, design, urban and territorial planning. She has collaborated on community-based design projects with various teams of architects and artists as well as municipal, non-profit and community-based organizations such as New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation, New York City’s Mayor Office, GrowNYC, the City Parks Foundation, Friends of Governors Island, Museum of Food and Drink, Brooklyn Grange, Centre Francais Berlin and Berlin’s Senate for the Environment, Mobility, Traffic, Consumer and Climate Protection.


For more information, view her webpage