Philine Schneider works in the fields of architecture, curation and research. She holds a diploma in architecture and attended the transdisciplinary post-graduate program in Urban Design and Curatorial Practice of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. She worked for international offices in Zurich and Paris, as well as editor for a magazine on architecture and construction since 2010. She is a designer of foldable spaces (Pop Up Architecture) and workes regularly as assistant professor in the Bauhaus Kolleg / Bauhaus Lab at the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation since 2011. In 2011 she co-founds CollageLab (www.collagelab.org) in order to investigate on prospective ideas concerning urban planning andarchitecture in the context of political and economical spaces on a global scale. She co-curated several exhibitions as “City Inc.” in the Bauhaus Dessau (2011) as well as in the Swiss Architecture Museum Basel (2012) and “Bata Cities” in Brno (2013). In 2014 she was project-manager for the festival Berlin Unlimited (www.berlinunlimited.org), the first transdisciplinary festival about arts, architecture and urban planning.