Anne Femmer (born 1984) is an architect and co-founder of SUMMACUMFEMMER Architects in Leipzig. She has worked at a variety of international offices during and after her studies at TU Dresden and ETH Zurich, including with Adolf Krischanitz in Vienna, Go Hasegawa in Tokyo, von Ballmoos Krucker in Zurich, and architecten de vylder vinck taillieu in Ghent. From 2015 to 2018, she was a design assistant at ETH Zurich with Christian Kerez and Jan de Vylder. In 2019, she was a visiting professor at TU Munich and at the chair Integral Architecture at TU Graz from 2020 to 2022. Since 2022, she has been working as a visiting professor at UdK Berlin.
Franziska Gödicke (born 1998) studied architecture at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and the IUAV Venice. She has been part of the ARCH+ editorial team since July 2021. As a freelance writer, her essays have appeared in publications such as the ETH Zurich’s trans magazin. In January 2022, she joined the collaborative architectural practice b+ in Berlin. In workshops and guest critiques at venues such as AA London, RWTH Aachen, and the University of Cambridge, she focuses on questions of care, repair, and maintenance, with a particular emphasis on post-socialist structures in East Germany.
Juliane Greb (born 1985) is an architect, leading her own office in Ghent since 2015. Parallel to her studies at RWTH Aachen and AHO Oslo, she worked in the ARCH+ editorial team. After finishing her studies, she worked at architecten de vylder vinck taillieu in Ghent, where she was a project leader responsible for realizing a number of experimental residential buildings. Subsequently, she worked on a freelance basis for OSAR architects in Antwerp. In recent years she has taught at UAntwerp and TU Delft, and she is currently a visiting professor at PBSA Düsseldorf.
Christian Hiller (born 1975) is a media scholar, editor, and curator. He manages exhibitions, event series, publications, and research projects for institutions such as the Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau, the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, and ARCH+. He has curated international exhibitions such as bauhaus.film (SESC São Paulo, among others), Mensch-Raum-Maschine (Bauhaus Dessau, MMCA Seoul, among others), and Encounters with Southeast Asian Modernism/Contested Modernities (Gudskul Jakarta, Goethe Institut Myanmar, NTU CCA Singapore, and others). With ARCH+, he has curated projects including projekt bauhaus (2015–19), An Atlas of Commoning (2018), and Cohabitation (2021).
Petter Krag (born 1978) is an architect, photographer, and partner at Büro Juliane Greb since 2017. After his studies in photography at the Oslo Fotokunstskole and six years working as a freelance photographer, he studied architecture at AHO Oslo. He has collaborated with artists on a variety of publications and exhibitions, and worked at international architecture offices including Christian Kerez in Zurich and architecten de vylder vinck taillieu in Ghent.
Melissa Angela Alemaz Makele (born 1989) is an editor at ARCH+. She studied architecture and art history at KIT Karlsruhe and was a guest student at HfG Karlsruhe. After her studies, she worked at firms including Atelier Bow-Wow and Studio Velocity in Japan. Her current research focuses on intersectional feminist (spatial) practice. In 2022, she was a Berlin Stipend recipient at the Academy of the Arts, Berlin.
Anh-Linh Ngo (born 1974) is an architectural theorist, curator, and editor in chief of ARCH+. He regularly curates exhibitions and research projects with ARCH+, including projekt bauhaus (2015–19), Cohabitation (2021), and The Great Repair (2023). From 2010 to 2016, he was a member of the art advisory council at the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa), for which he developed and co-curated the traveling exhibitions An Atlas of Commoning (2018) and Post-Oil City (2009). He is currently a member of the board of trustees of IBA 2027 StadtRegion Stuttgart, the board of trustees of the Akademie Schloss Solitude, and the Goethe-Institut’s advisory council. Since 2022, he has been a member of the Academy of the Arts, Berlin.
Florian Summa (born 1982) is an architect and co-founder of SUMMACUMFEMMER Architects in Leipzig. After his studies at RWTH Aachen and ETH Zurich, he worked for five years at Caruso St John Architects in London and Zurich. From 2015 to 2018, he was a design assistant at ETH Zurich with Adam Caruso. In 2019, he taught at TU Munich. From 2020 to 2022, he was a visiting professor at the chair Integral Architecture at TU Graz. Since 2022, he has been a visiting professor at UdK Berlin.