The dissertation investigates the concept of the “formless” city in the German architectural discourse on the modern Großstadt. It shows how the formless was not only a byproduct of the metropolis and an undercurrent throughout the early twentieth century but that it stimulated the modern architectural discourse and pervaded throughout modernity.
Graham Foundation – Carter Manny Award, recipient of the Trustees’ Merit Citation, 2006.
Samuel H. Kress Foundation Fellowship, Research Award, 2005 – 2006.
University of Pennsylvania Travel Fellowship, 2005.
Will M. Mehlhorn Award, School of Design, University of Pennsylvania, 2002.