Tonderai Koschke is an architectural researcher and educator currently living in Berlin. She holds the position of guest lecturer at Weissensee School of Art. Having completed architectural studies at the Technical University of Munich, the EPFL Lausanne, and at the Harvard GSAS and GSD, she holds an MA in architecture. She has worked in project management at Architangle publishers in Berlin (2020-2022), practiced at Boltshauser Architekten in Zürich (2018-2019) and worked as curatorial assistant at the Architecture Museum of the Technical University of Munich (2018). She is also co-creator of the pan-Afrikan collective Isusu Ffena, which hosts discussions, events, and festivals in Berlin. Her research interests cross interdisciplinary fields, engaging post-colonial identities and power dynamics.