Dominik Hoehn

// Dominik is a German-British anthropologist of cities, architecture and urban design, based in Copenhagen, London, and Cambridge.

He is a PhD researcher at King's College, University of Cambridge. His AHRC-funded PhD focuses on the anthropology of cities, urban design and architecture in the context of an emerging shift towards evidence-based design practices and urban solutions. He is currently conducting fieldwork in Copenhagen and is a visiting researcher at KADK, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.

Most recently, Dominik worked as an urban designer and anthropologist in the Urban Design Group of the global architecture practice Foster + Partners (2014-2016).

He completed an EPSRC-funded MRes in anthropology with The Bartlett, UCL under the auspices of the Space Syntax-led "Adaptable Suburbs" project. Prior to that he studied archaeology & anthropology at the University of Cambridge and European politics and policy-making at LSE.

Contact: dominik.hoehn (AT)