Carsten Ruhl is the spokesperson of the research cluster “Architectures of Order: Practices and Discourses between Design and Knowledge”, a founding member of the Center for Critical Studies in Architecture (CCSA), and a Professor of Architectural History at Goethe University Frankfurt/Main, Germany. He studied Architecture, Art History, Philosophy, and Historic Science, and has since focused on post-18th-century History and Theory of Architecture. His research projects were funded by scholarships from the Gerda Henkel Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), London, the Getty Research Institute (GRI), Los Angeles and the German Research Foundation (DFG). Carsten’s current research focuses on concepts of order in modern architectural institutions, networks and organizations, on architectural constructions of subjectivity, and historiographical questions related to architecture. Upcoming titles include “Organised Architectures: New Frankfurt and the Bureaucratization of Modernity”, in: Housing Regimes, ed. by Regine Hess/Yael Allweil, Kritische Berichte, Nr. 2, May 2020 and “Bauhaus Clouds: Challenges to the Nebula of Architectural Histories and Archives”, co-edited with Daniela Ortiz dos Santos and Oliver Elser.