Interview with Werner Sübai from HPP Architekten
How do you see the evolution of the approach to urban regeneration in China? What strategies can make sustainability possible in urban design? What is the importance of considering more aspects than financial when developing a project? What do you see as the foundation of sustainable urban design? As part of our Sino-German City Lab Werner Sübai from HPP Architekten answered these and more questions in a video interview:
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About Werner Sübai
Sübai was born in 1962 in Düsseldorf. He completed his architectural studies at the Bergische University in Wuppertal. After working in the office of Overdieck and Petzinka in the 1980s, he came to HPP in 1989, where he has worked as project partner since 1999, as an associate in the Düsseldorf office since 2008 and has been senior partner since 2018. Since the 1990s he has also focused on the international orientation of the architectural practice. Sübai was awarded with the Saxon State Prize for Architecture for the restoration of the Leipzig Central Train Station in 1999.
Sübai is a member of the Chamber of Architects in North Rhine-Westphalia.
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The Sino-German City Lab is funded by the “Export Initiative Environmental Technologies” (EXI) of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUBMU Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und nukleare Sicherheit).