Elisabeth Hinz studied architecture at TU Dresden and Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paris-Belleville. After graduating with a thesis at Chair of Architectual Conservation and Design in Dresden she worked as an employed architect in Basel at Herzog & de Meuron and HHF Architects as well as in Zurich at Nater Kretz Architekten. She has gained 10 years of experience in design, execution planning and construction management focusing on existing and/ or listed buildings. Among other things she compiled the renovation concept for O.R. Salvisberg’s administrative building of Hoffmann-La Roche AG in Basel. Since February 2021 she is a research associate at the Professorship of Recent Building Heritage Conservation working on How to deal with historical concrete repairs, a research project funded by DFG.
Die Erhaltung von Sichtbeton als historische Praxis – Entwicklungslinien der Betoninstandsetzung in Deutschland unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Zeitraums 1961-2001