Julian Friedauer

Julian Friedauer is a German artist and architect. He studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart, and was assistant at Hfg Karlsruhe. He lives and works in Stuttgart and Brussels. 

 

Between 2005 and 2007, he was a member of the architecture label IGMADE whose work was published in the book “5 Codes: Architecture, Paranoia and Risk in Times of Terror”, Birkhauser Verlag. He co-designed the 2008 project “Janus Temple Revisited”, published amongst others in “Exit Architecture”, “Springer Wien”, and in “Build” architecture magazine. In 2007, together with Pieterjan Ginckels, he founded “Speedism”.

 

 

 

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