Martin Edelmann

Part if the ifa technician team

Martin Edelmann is part of the technical team of the EVROVIZION project. He is an architect and carpenter. His work focuses on art exhibitions worldwide, and he offers technical consultation, planning and support services, and art transportation design for new art exhibitions. He also works as a constructor of models and prototypes.

Martin Edelmann trained as a carpenter and then studied architecture at the Bauhaus University Weimar, graduating in 2005. He began freelance work in 2001. Over the years, he has lived and worked in many different locations at home and abroad. Alongside his work in his architecture studio, he can also be found in his workshop making architectural models and prototypes. To date, he has been the technical manager for three ifa touring exhibition projects. This includes the design, planning and implementation of transporation packaging. Edelmann coordinates exhibitions worldwide, and also works in the fields of maintenance, repairs and restoration.

2009 Boxing for the exhibition Young German Architects, ifa, Stuttgart
2010 Model construction for the exhibition: Joseph Maria Olbrich; Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt
2011 Prototype construction for a swimming platform made of sustainable raw materials; NFK AG Leichtbau, Berlin
2013 Restoration for the exhibition Social Fabrics, Kitzinger, Filderstadt
2014 Project management for the reconstruction of the library at the Goethe-Institut Warsaw
2015 Exhibition coordination Germany in a Suitcase, Goethe Institut Warsaw
2018 Technical management for the exhibition The Whole World a Bauhaus, ifa, Stuttgart
2019 Technical management for the exhibition An Atlas of Commoning, ifa, Stuttgart
2020 Model construction for House of One, Kuehn Malvezzi Architects, Berlin

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