Fritz Neumeyer

Dr. Fritz Neumeyer held the chair in architectural theory at the Technische Universität Berlin from 1992 to 2012. He also taught at the universities of Dortmund, Princeton, SCIARC in Santa Monica, Universite´ de Louvain in Belgium, Institut d´Humanitats de Barcelona, and the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain.

His publications on architecture and urbanisms, theory and history from the eighteenth through the twentieth century include: Mies van der Rohe. Das kunstlose Wort. Gedanken zur Baukunst, Berlin 1986 (The Artless Word, Cambridge/London 1991; Madrid 1996; Paris 1996; Mailand 1996; Seoul 2007); Oswald Mathias Ungers Architetture 1951-1990, Mailand/Stuttgart 1991; Friedrich Gilly 1772-1800. Essays on Architecture, Santa Monica 1994 (Berlin 1997); Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Hochhaus am Bahnhof Friedrichstraße, Berlin 1992; Der Klang der Steine. Nietzsches Architekturen, Berlin 2001; Quellentexte zur Architekturtheorie, München 2002.

His activities as a planning architect include the development of master plan for Berlin, the “Planwerk Innenstadt Berlin” in 1996/97 in partnership with Manfred Ortner.