Sabine Tastel studied Architecture and Urban Planning at Karlsruhe University / KIT and at Istanbul Technical University. During her studies, she focused on the urban and social revitalization of inner city districts whose boundaries lack identity and which show spatial isolation. In 2014, she received her diploma investigating the restructuring of the Magdolna Quarter, one of Budapests underprivileged districts. Before working at planquadrat – elfers geskes krämer in Frankfurt and teaching international urbanism at KIT she worked at bb22 architekten + stadtplaner and several offices in Karlsruhe and Berlin. She is founding member of Raumgeschichten e.V.