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Vismann, Bettina
Bettina Vismann studied architecture and town planning at Stuttgart Technical University, Kingston Polytechnic in London and at the Cooperative Technical College (ETH) in Zurich. She then worked for the architects Armstrong Associates in London, Suter & Suter in Sauerbruch and Hutton in Berlin, concentrating on design and implementation. During her periods of teaching - at the TU Berlin (assistant to Prof. Tim Heide) and at the ETH Zurich (assistant to Prof. Marc Angélil) - and while with Armstrong Associates in London, Vismann took charge of diverse university exhibition projects. 1999 saw a cooperation with Annemarie Hürlimann in the exhibition concept “Fremdkörper” (Foreign Bodies) for the German Museum of Hygiene in Dresden. She has also contributed her own works to numerous exhibitions, for example at the 9th Architectural Biennale in Venice, at Art Frankfurt 2002 (with “GUT_2”), and with an enterable room installation in the “OZ” exhibition, in C-base Berlin.

Since 2002, Bettina Vismann has worked as a freelance architect. Together with Floris Dreesman she founded the DREESMAN VISMAN Office in 2004, a design bureau for architecture and interior design. Alongside her architectural practice, she is researching a theoretical paper on the phenomenon of dust.

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