Running workshops is a great pleasure as it is a way of giving something back to society or passing something on to those who may be interested in my methods of work.
I test new waters with the workshops I offer.
Themes and subjects can be repeated but I am always interested in taking a new approach to achieve a destination set.
In this way I can ensure that the work undertaken and achieved is part of an ongoing process in my own work.
I want to learn from my workshops and I want the participants to feel and feed from this ambition. As a result, the workshops have an authentic atmosphere, they are not passive, they are interactive and they have real goals.
In a workshop, the importance I lay on “process” is clearly demonstrated, the importance of „dialog and communication“ can be experienced and enjoyed and the importance of „flexibility and resilience“ in order to achieve a goal is lived out.
I am often asked to give lectures on subjects such as: „Baukultur“, Architecture and City planning, Light and Lighting design, Museums, Memorials or Executed projects.
I always take the opportunity an invitation to speak to work on a new script so that the lecture is tailor made or bespoke for the chosen public.
Lectures can be prepared to suit expert audiences or the public at large.