Niklas Maak is a writer and arts editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. He was born in Hamburg, in 1972. Since 2002, he has pursued parallel careers as a writer, newspaper editor, and architect. He is currently teaching architectural theory at Harvard. He also writes about the Atlantic shores, his old Mercedes and countryside futurism. His most recent publications include the novel “Fahrtenbuch” and the essay “Wohnkomplex (The Living Complex)” a cultural history of housing, which researches concepts for a post-familial collective architecture. He lives in Berlin.
Niklas spoke on a panel discussing “The future of urban living: How to connect and initiate change in the city”.