Tim Altenhof

KWI International Fellow

CV

2020 – University Assistant, Department for Architectural Theory, University of Innsbruck

2018 Bruno Zevi Prize

2018 Theron Rockwell Field Prize, Dissertation Award, Yale University

2012-2018 M.Phil, PhD, Yale University; Beinecke Library Fellowship, MacMillan Fellowship

2006-2009 B.Arch., M.Arch., Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

2004-2006 University of Applied Arts Vienna, Studio Greg Lynn

2002-2004, Prediploma Architecture, Bauhaus University Weimar


Research Interests

European Modernism, Histories of Ventilation, Climate Studies, Historiography of Modern Architecture, Sigfried Giedion, Erich Mendelsohn


Publications

  • “The House-As-Chimney: Erich Mendelsohn’s Breathing Space at Luckenwalde.” Bruno Zevi Prize, November 2019.
  • “Was Cäsar sah.” Süddeutsche Zeitung, January 8, 2020, sec. Feuilleton.
  • “The Journal as Community or School.” La Rivista Di Engramma, no. 188 (January 2022): 227–38.
  • “Function Follows Facade.” Log, no. 55 (Summer 2022): 31–37.
  • “The Aesthetics of Blurred Boundaries: From Wölfflin’s Baroque to Giedion’s Interpenetration.” 21 Inquiries into Art, History, and the Visual, forthcoming.
  •  “The Aesthetics of Blurred Boundaries: From Wölfflin’s Baroque to Giedion’s Interpenetration” (forthcoming, December 2022)