@Edward Beierle

Being trained and having worked as an architect for several years, I decided to change my focus, while still retaining my passion for architecture and the built environment. Since 2013, I have therefore channelled my communication skills into promoting and supporting people and topics in the field of architecture who are fostering societal change. I focus on developing and organizing international symposia, connecting diverse disciplines with architecture, to encourage an interdisciplinary discourse about our environment . Moderating and writing complete my spheres of activity.

Curriculum Vitae Julia Hinderink

1971
born in Stuttgart


1983 - 1991
Oskar von Miller Gymnasium, Munich

1991 - 1995
architectural studies at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Master Class Hans Hollein


1996
Erasmus scholarship at the Royal College of Art, London


1996
RIBA Part I architecture

1996 - 1998
Masterprogram at Royal College of Art, School of Architecture, Professor Nigel Coates


1998
Master of Architecture RCA


1998 - 2000
freelance with Rudolf+Sohn and Schmidt-Schicketanz & Partner, Munich with focus on competitions

since 2000
founding of own studio www.julia-hinderink.net

since 2002
Member of the bavarian chamber of architects

2001, 2004 und 2008
birth of three children

2012/ 2013
Network Coordinator for the Masterprogramme "MA Social Design - Art as Urban Innovation" at the University of Applied Arts Vienna 
with networking events like Break.fast.forward, during the preview of the architecture biennale in venice and the Salone del Mobile in Milano.


2013
Teacher at the UCLA futureLAB /main focus on 3D printing architecture

2013/ 2014
Teaching at TU Graz, Institute for architecture and landscape

since 2014
Public Relation, content marketing and curatorial work at Schnitzer&


since 2014
Freelance editor at the Architecture magazine Baumeister, Callwey publishing

2015 / 2016
Teaching (architecture theory) at TH Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm

since 2017
chief editor of &journal, print edition/ 6000 pieces, a quartely newspaper by Schnitzer& on architecture

Curatorial work


November 2013
third panel at the international Symposium „Afritecture- exchanging knowledge“ at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich

March 2016
Bundesstiftung Baukultur und BDA Werkstatt „Flucht nach Vorne“


Februar 2016
international Architecture and Design Symposiums „DeUTsCH“ for Schnitzer& at the Pinakothek der Moderne during the MCBW.

March 2017
„BRAVE NEW WORLD?“ for Schnitzer& during the MCBW an international panel discussion on the subject of smart cities based on Songdo, South Korea

March 2017
Symposium „SOCIAL SCALE“ at the German Architecture Museum, Frankfurt/ DAM on migration and housing, on the occasion of the exhibition opening „Making Heimat“

September 2017
Symposium „COME BACK! Zukunftslabor ländlicher Raum“ at the concert hall in Blaibach for Schnitzer&

November 2017
Symposium „Jeanne D’ARCH“ at the German Architecture Museum, Frankfurt /DAM
During the exhibition of „Frau_Architekt“, on current female architecture positions

March 2018
Symposium „ABGEFAHREN“ in Munich on rural mobility, urban mobility and the future of mobility for Schnitzer& during the MCBW


Workshops, panel discussions and moderation

May 2013
participation at the workshop "Pilots- next models of design education", Stanley Picker Gallery
and Kingston University following a publication

May 2016
„Collaborazione“ for Schnitzer& during the preview days of the architecture biennale in Venice
in Cooperation with the TU München and ETH Zürich

June 2016
participation at the panel discussion „Quartiersentwicklung vor dem Hintergrund von Zuwanderung und Wohnungsbedarf“ at the10th Symposium promoting building culture in Lower Saxony.

November 2017
Moderation of the second panel (Munich Session) of the Conference on European Cities and the Refugee Situation: A Laboratory for Affordable Housing and Urban Resilience?

February 2018
Moderation of the Zumtobel Group Award in Frankfurt

May 2018
„Collaborazione“ for Schnitzer& during the preview days of the architecture biennale in Venice in Cooperation with the TU München, ETH Zürich and TU Delft