Charlotte Erckrath’s fieldof interest is the investigation of design methodologies through critical drawing practice and material exploration. In her personal research she is looking at the emergence of poetics in conceptual ambiguities. Besides she is fascinated with fenlands.
Charlotte graduated at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London in 2007, where she also completed a Master in Advanced Architectural Studies in 2009. From 2010 she has been involved in teaching architectural design running a first year studio and supervising master projects at ALICE/ EPFL Lausanne. Charlotte has taught her own Bachelor design studio in collaboration with Frederik Petersen at the School of Architecture – University of Brighton in 2015/16. She has led the drawing course at the Department IEX at the Technical University of Braunschweig in 2017. Since 2018 she works as Associate Professor (DAV) at the Bergen School of Architecture.
Charlotte is a co-founder of Black Horses – Association for Speculative Architecture, with a project space in Halle, Germany.