Heinrich-Hübsch-Preis

Since the summer semester of 2016, the department has been awarding the Heinrich Hübsch Prize. Named after the Karlsruhe architect and university lecturerHeinrich Hübsch(1795-1863), the prize is awarded to Bachelor's graduates for outstanding final theses in the architecture course. The prize is financed with funds from the Heinrich Johannes and Maria Gertrud Hansen Foundation.


Heinrich Hübsch Award Winners 2021

During the bachelor farewell ceremony on July 14, 2021, the following graduates were awarded the Heinrich Hübsch Prize for their outstanding bachelor theses:

Estelle Wahl
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Death in the Age of Immortality
Prof. Marc Frohn / Prof. i.V. Oliver Elser

Amos Heyl
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Kunsthaus in Karlsruhe
Prof. Meinrad Morger / Prof. Dr. Joaquín Medina Warmburg
Documentation onhttps://open.arch.kit.edu/

Oliver Leitzbach
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Waterworld. A Rhine architecture in Daxlanden Prof. Simon Hartmann / Prof. Christian Inderbitzin
Documentation onhttps://open.arch.kit.edu/

Stefan Wiesing
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Market Hall Karlsruhe
Prof. Ludwig Wappner / Prof. Dr. Barbara Engel
Documentation athttps://open.arch.kit.edu/

Heinrich Hübsch Award Winners 2020

This semester, the following students were awarded theHeinrich Hübsch Prize for their outstanding bachelor theses:

Johanna Lorch
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Stadtbad in Karlsruhe
edited by Prof. Meinrad Morger

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Clemens Urban
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
The Forest Institute
edited by Prof. Marc Frohn

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Yussra Sadi
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
ClearSpaceOne - ESA Research-lab on Monte Tamaro, Ticino.
edited by Prof. Ludwig Wappner

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Vincent Witt
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
House of Waters in Belgrade
edited by Prof. Simon Hartmann

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Awardees 2019

This semester, the students were awarded theHeinrich Hübsch Prize for their outstanding bachelor theses:


Michael Hosch
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
NON SCHOLAE SED VITAE DISCIMUS
edited by Prof. Marc Frohn

Marc Stadler
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Ozeaneum - Oceanographic Institute Trieste
ed. by Prof. Ludwig Wappner

Daniel Kientsch
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Parking and SAAI
ed. by Prof. Simon Hartmann

Sofia Jungmann
For the outstanding bachelor thesis on the topic:
Student House in Karlsruhe
ed. by Prof. Meinrad Morger

BU: From left to right: Dean Georg Vrachliotis, Michael Hosch, Sofia Jungmann, Marc Stadler and Daniel Kientsch at the award ceremony during the bachelor farewell on July 17, 2019 (Photo: ZFW KIT).


Congratulations!


Laureates 2018

For their outstanding bachelor theses they were awarded the Heinrich-Hübsch Prize:

Yesim Kilicer
Design topic: City library in Karlsruhe
edited by Prof. Meinrad Morger

Jenny Niklasch
Design theme: Generation Gold
edited by Prof. Marc Frohn

Hanna Sartorius
Design theme: Maison d'Artiste
edited by Prof. Ludwig Wappner

Angelina Weigel
Design topic: Robust - A House for Music and Movement, edited by Prof. i.V. Martin Schmitt


From left to right: Yesim Kilicer, Jenny Niklasch, Hanna Sartorius and Angelina Weigel at the award ceremony during the bachelor farewell on July 18, 2018. (Photo: Bernd Seeland)

Congratulations!

Laureates 2017

The second prize winners are:

Ruth Meigen
For her bachelor thesis on the topic:
City Hall is dead. Long live the town hall!
edited by Prof. Marc Frohn

Simon Waschto
For his bachelor thesis on the topic:
Sound Space Ljubljana
edited by Prof. Ludwig Wappner
Nelli Fritzler
For her bachelor thesis on the topic:
PHILEMON AND BAUCIS Metamorphosis at the Nymph Garden
ed. by Prof. i.V. Andreas Krawcyk
Sarah Moser
For her bachelor thesis on the topic:
Townhouse in Karlsruhe
ed. by Prof. Meinrad Morger
The award ceremony took place during the bachelor farewell on 19.07.2017.
Congratulations!

Laureates 2016

The first prize winners are:

Jonas Lauinger
For his bachelor's thesis on "The Execution" (edited by Prof. Marc Frohn).

Fabian Jaugstetter
For his bachelor thesis on the topic "Filmpalast in Wien" (edited by Prof. Ludwig Wappner).

Dagmar Schopp
For her bachelor thesis on the topic "Geschichtete Stadt" (edited by Prof. Daniele Marques).

Janosch Weber
For his bachelor thesis on the topic "Werkpalast / Wohnfabrik" (edited by Prof. Walter Nägeli).

The award ceremony took place during the Bachelor farewell on 20.07.2016. This semester, the prize was endowed with 200 euros each.

Congratulations!