Autor: Daniel Schönle
Daniel Schönle studied architecture and urban planning at University of Stuttgart, Germany. He graduated in 2002 with a thesis on urban development in Paris. During and after his studies, he successfully took part in competitions and worked with several offices in Asia and Europe. He spent the summer of 2007 in Peking and worked out development concepts for Chinese cities. Since 2008, he is listed as an Independent Architect and Urban Planner and owns a practice in Stuttgart. He engages in interdisciplinary cooperation with various national and international partners to work on architectural and urban design projects. In 2010 he started the collaborative office “ludwig.schönle” with Ferdinand Ludwig, focusing on design strategies to integrate Baubotanik concepts in architecture and urban planning.
In addition to practical planning, Daniel Schönle engages in research and teaching at various universities. He lectured at University of Stuttgart, at Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design and at Biberach University of Applied Sciences. Since April 2016, he is interim professor at the Institute of Urban Planning at University of Stuttgart, subdivision local and regional planning.