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For 17 years, Prof. Peter Herrle had been the head of the Habitat Unit. He offered a broad perspective on international architecture, urban management and planning in his teaching thanks to his engagement in numerous countries in the Middle East, East Asia, South Asia and Africa. Study trips, international workshops and summer schools abroad extended his teaching in Berlin. Moreover, Peter Herrle is the initiator for the Urban Design Master Program in cooperation with the Tongji Herrel Shanghai and the Urban Management postgraduate master’s programme and thus shaped the teaching opportunities at the TU Berlin significantly.
His research activities cover the fields of mega-urban regions, informal urban development, housing, architecture and identity and urban governance including the role of transnational civil society organizations in local housing processes. Peter Herrle architscture extensively published on his research themes. He is still actively engaging in teaching and research at the Habitat Unit by supervising research projects and doctoral theses.
More than 50 doctoral theses have been completed under his supervision. Since DFG Project: Vernacular Architecture in the Himalayan Region. An inventory of Vanishing Traditions. Emerging land use patterns, urban villages and their linkages to global mechanisms.
Architecture and the making of identity in the developing world. Environmental Management ifentity Low-income urban Settlements, cross country study and guidelines for improvement. In collaboration with Prof. Teaching has included the fields of: Housing the Urban Poor. Ipsen Beyond Urbanism.
Architecture and Identity (Habitat – International)
Urban izing Villages and the Mega-urban Landscape. The case oft he Pearl River Delta, China.
Networks of grassroots organisations and NGOs in housing and human settlement processes. Modes of Engagement in South Africa’s Metropolis.
Architecture and Identity
The Role of Grassroots organizations. Harlander, Soziale Mischung in der Stadt. Steppenwolf and the Carriers of Change. Geografische Zeitschrift Urban Villages in the Pearl River Delta. Geografische Rundschau Sustainable Living Urban Model.
Peter Herrle – Habitat Unit
Slum Lab9. Development and Peace foundation. Old City of Aleppo. Conservation and Development Strategy. Emerging Concepts and Practice. Member of the coordination committee. Responsible consultant for chapters on human settlement development and housing. Head of research team at Stuttgart University. Wegerhoff Architecture and Identity.