Feng Lu-Pagenkopf is an architect and urban planner. She is responsible for projects based in and in collaboration with China. She has extensive expertise in the classical construction industry as well as in the areas of sustainability and energy-efficient construction. Before joining intep, she worked as a consultant for sustainable urban development and project manager for an international collaboration between Europe and China.
I have been very interested in the topic of sustainability since I was a student. My thesis was an alternative concept considering sustainable urban development for the financial district Lujiazui-Huamu which was built in Shanghai-Pudong in the 90s.
In the course of my professional life, I have not only worked as an architect, but also as a consultant on the topic of sustainable development for, among others, EXPO 2000 Hannover, Siemens AG and Shenzhen Institute of Building Research. It is exciting to see how Europe has developed in the last 40 years in the field of sustainability and energy-efficient building and how China achieved a great economic leap forward at the same time.
Sustainability is a process of thinking globally and acting locally. China has a great responsibility in this regard and plays an important role in its implementation. In order to best apply our European know-how and experience for projects in China, is very important to ensure a close collaboration with our Chinese customers, partners and colleagues.
Education and Training
B. Sc. Architecture
Dipl. -Eng. urban development/urban planning
Dr. -Eng. Architecture
Lector & Lecturer, Journal of Building Energy Efficiency in China
Zero Emission Buildings in China
Support the Chinese Ministry of Housing and Urban Development
FM Concept ETH GLC
Facility Management Concepts for the new research Building GLC for medical technology of ETH Zurich