Academic Career and Research Areas
Lighting and lighting design are key considerations when designing and structuring spaces. The aim is to find solutions that meet architectonic requirements and are suitable for the specific use scenario. Creating a successful balance between natural and artificial light is another important factor. Prof. Deubzer’s research – in collaboration with Bartenbach LichtLabor in Innsbruck – centers on developing modern lighting technology and the increasing use of illumination in or the mediatization of public spaces (visual urban marketing). The architectonic, social and biological impacts are also examined.
The main interior design topics studied include construction typology examination of religious buildings (in collaboration with the University of Bonn’s Catholic Theology Faculty), research and institutional buildings and outstanding examples of historical and contemporary architecture. Prof. Deubzer (b. 1954) studied architecture at TU Berlin (graduating in 1978) and founded an architectural office there with Jürgen König in 1988. In 2001, the two partners set up an additional office in Munich with Maximilian Rimmel. In 1991, Prof. Deubzer attended Villa Massimo in Rome as an awardee.
Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Virchow Klinikum, Bauten für Forschung und Lehre, Bibliothek
Universität Rostock, Forschungsinstitut und Institut für die kommunalen Eigenbetriebe der Stadt Rostock
Max-Planck-Institut für Biomedizin und Deutsches Rheumaforschungszentrum auf dem Gelände der Charité
ehem. Borsigwerke - zentraler Bereich, Büro- und Hotelgebäude für die Herlitz-Falkenhöh AG
Oskar von Miller-Turm, TUM-Garching