Markus Berger is Associate Professor in the Department of Interior Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design. He is a registered architect (SBA) in the Netherlands and principal of the Providence based art|design studio InsideOut Design. He co-founded and co-edits Int|AR, the Journal on Interventions and Adaptive Reuse, that encompasses issues of preservation, conservation, alteration and interventions. His work, research, writing and teaching is a critique on modern architecture and focuses on forms of change such as art and design modifications and interventions in the built environment. His recent publications include the essays: “Change, Preservation and Adaptive Reuse”, (past. present. future, Rhode Island School of Design, 2011); “(In)convertability and Memory” (Int/AR -Interventions and Adaptive Reuse V04, 2012); “Constructing Change; Developing a theory for Adaptive Reuse”, (Common Ground Publishing, 2012); “Left over spaces: Rediscovering Qualities for Interior Architecture” ([In]arch Proceedings, Universitas Indonesia, 2014) and the forthcoming article, “Death of the Architect: Appropriation and Interior Architecture” (Interior Architecture Theory Reader, Routledge.
Providence RI 02906
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