The master’s thesis is the completion of architectural studies. With this, the students show what they have learned and what they can do. Over a period of five months, the location and task are analysed, and complex ideas are developed and elaborated. Grassi Future – Visions for Leipzig’s Johannisplatz documents 12 selected master theses, which were supervised during the 2017/18 winter semester by professors Ansgar Schulz and Benedikt Schulz at the Technical University of Dortmund, Department of Structural Design. The works address the urban planning and architectural complexity of an expansion of Leipzig’s Grassi Museum, one of the most important museums built during the Weimar Republic. The work was completed in close cooperation with museum directors and simulated a realistic editing mode for the fictitious task. A catalogue will be published for an exhibition of the same name, which will be shown from November 2018 to March 2019 at the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts on Leipzig’s Johannisplatz.