Sanna Kattenbeck
Curriculum vitae

Sanna Kattenbeck, architect MSc, MAS ETH gta, studied architecture at the Brandenburg University of Technology and as a Jasso scholarship holder in the Momoyo Kaijima Studio at the Institute of Art and Design at the University of Tsukuba in Japan. After completing her Master's degree, she worked in architectural offices in Lucerne and Zurich and graduated in autumn 2021 with a Master of Advanced Studies in the History and Theory of Architecture at the gta Institute of the ETH Zurich. As part of the MAS programme, she was actively involved in the exhibition project "Cooperative Conditions. A Primer on Architecture, Finance and Regulation in Zurich" for the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021 and contributed to the teaching of the MAS programme as a research assistant. In October 2021, Sanna started her Doctorate at the Chair of The History and Theory of Urban Design under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Tom Avermaete as part of the SNSF-funded project "Codes and Conventions for the Future of Zurich: A Propositional Planning Approach to Qualitative Densification".