Antonia Lembcke joined the research and teaching program of Urban Design in 2022, after graduating in architecture from UdK Berlin and TU München. As a doctoral candidate at HCU Hamburg, she is following the artistic research of her Master thesis on 'dirty architecture‘, where she investigated multi-layered truths and ambiguous realities that manifest in the built environment. She is interested in process-oriented architectures, in- and exclusions and (over)writing of stories and their actors through space. Antonia co-founded the SPÄTISPÄTI collective in 2019, that produces space through activating collective agencies and 1:1 building laboratories. SPÄTISPÄTI is concerned with the un-learning of normative building practices, and questions hierarchical and political structures. Her collective also founded the student-led, teacher-less program SEMINARSEMINAR at UdK Berlin. Until 2021, she has been working as part of the chair of building, planning and design at UdK Berlin, where she was engaged in the identification and mediation of participatory and inclusive space production.