Niklas Maak (Germany, 1972) is the arts director of the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and an architecture theoretician working in Berlin. He has pursued parallel careers as a writer, educator, newspaper editor, architect and visiting professor at several international universities. In 2014, he worked with Rem Koolhaas’ Biennial team as a consultant and contributor. For his essays, Maak has been awarded the George F. Kennan Prize (2009), the prestigious Henri Nannen Prize in Germany (2012) and the COR Prize for architectural critique (2014).
Niklas Maak contributes to 1 Night, 12 Hours, 100 Questions – Interview Marathon – June 1 18:00 in De Balie
Photo: Harvard Graduate School of Design