Assistant Professor of Architecture
Research and Interest:
Charlott Greub is an artist and registered architect in the European Union with 10 years of international professional experience, specialized in Urban Design and feasibility studies in metropolitan areas, a trans-disciplinary approach that addresses environmental, social and cultural factors within the city.
Master of Architecture, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany, 1992, with Laurids Ortner and Elia Zenghelis(OMA)
Bachelor of Architecture, School of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany 1990
Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany, 1986 with Tony Cragg and Erwin Heerich
Selected Publications and Recent Research:
Greub, C. (2018). Craft as Process and Performance of Resistance? Oro Editions, San Francisco, 2018, VI(ISSN: 2333-5440 ISBN: 978-1-940743-41-7).
Greub, C. (2018). Artefakte des Entwerfens und ihre Wissenspraktiken, Architecture Museum of TU Berlin, Germany, Exhibition, Berlin, Germany.
Greub, C. (2018). Designo 2018, "Notations: Drawing as Idea and Process," LOCI,Université Catholique de Louvain (B) UCL, University of Louvain (B) DM, Drawing Matter, Tournai, Belgium.
Greub, C. (2017). "Artefakte als Entwurfstool im interdisziplinären Wissenstransfer," TU-Berlin, Germany, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Bundesstiftung Baukultur, Potsdam, Germany.
Greub, C. (2017) "Image - Building: A Branded Occupation by Night," University of Iowa, Museum of Art, Iowa City Ph.D. candidate at RWTH-Aachen, Germany since 2015.
Licensed architect in Germany and the European Union
NRW, Germany License # A 25652
The Architectural League, NRW, Germany, since 1993
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)
ARCH 272 Architectural Design Studio II
ARCH 341 Site Design for Architects (new course preparation)
ARCH 271 Architectural Design Studio I
ARCH 341 Site Design for Architects
ARCH 494, Individual Study
ARCH 725, Architecture/Recent Past
Assistant Professor, North Dakota State University, 2016 to present
Adjunct Professor, University of Utah, College of Architecture and Planning, 2010-2016
Adjunct Professor, University of Utah, Department of Art and Art History, 2010-2016
Assistant Professor, Technical University Graz, Institute of Art and Architecture, Austria, 2001-2003
Assistant Professor, Bauhaus University Weimar, Department of Architecture, Germany, 1995- 2001
Haus-Rucker-Co (Prof. Manfred & Laurids Ortner), Architects, Düsseldorf, Germany, 1986
Wiel Arets, Architects + Associates, Maastricht, Netherlands, 1990-91
Tod Williams, Billie Tsien Architects, N.Y.C., USA, 1991-92
Rogers, Marvel Architects, N.Y.C., USA, 1992-93
Klaus Theo Brenner Architects, Berlin, Germany, 1993-1994
Charlott Greub, Office for Art, Architecture and Urban Design in Weimar, Düsseldorf and Zurich, Founder and