Dipl.-Ing. Friedrich Kuhlmann is a landscape architect from Berlin living in Tartu. He worked in different design offices in Germany, taught and researched at TU Berlin, Rostock University and Boku Vienna and also founded freelance businesses for planning and consulting. Since 2005 he worked as an extraordinary associate professor and from 2009 until 2015 as an appointed professor at the department of Landscape Architecture. His professional interests encircle contemporary landscape theory, urban space design and social sustainability.

He teaches courses about urban planning and design, contemporary landscape theory and supervises bachelor and master students.

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Second MODSCAPES Meeting in Oporto

From 25th to 27th May 2017, the transnational research project on Modernist Reinventions of the Rural Landscapes holds its second event at Escola Superior Artística do Porto, convened by Prof. Helena Maia (ESAP/CEAA) and Dr. Axel Fisher (ULB/FNRS). During three days, the five research teams and the partner members did discuss the different layers of the project.