Stefanie Weidner

Werner Sobek AG, Architect and Project Manager, Sustainability | Stuttgart, Germany

About

Stefanie Weidner studied architecture and urban planning at the University of Stuttgart and the University of Melbourne. She graduated from the University of Stuttgart in 2014 and became a research assistant at the Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual Design. While initially realizing a variety of projects for the institute, her work now focuses on high-rise structures, resource efficiency and adaptive structures, which are also part of her doctoral thesis. Currently, she is in charge of the implementation of an adaptive high-rise structure on the University Campus in Stuttgart, which requires a high amount of interdisciplinary work and understanding.

CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Middle East 2018)

Videos

21 October 2018

The Implementation of an Adaptive High-Rise Building

High-rises could be one solution for the future of urban planning. However, due to the increasing global population and the limits of available resources, new...

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Research

28 October 2019

Building More with Less Through Urban Mining

Roland Bechmann, Werner Sobek Group; Stefanie Weidner, ILEK University of Stuttgart

Due to increasing urbanization, the next 50 years will see a shortage of resources, which will be a key challenge for the construction industry. Architects...

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Research

21 June 2019

The Integration of Adaptive Elements into High-Rise Structures

Stefanie Weidner & Simon Steffen, ILEK University of Stuttgart; Werner Sobek, Werner Sobek Group

Whilst most research focuses on the reduction of operative energy use in buildings, the aspect of which (and how many) materials are used is often...

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