I am an architect and researcher. Currently, I hold a senior lecturer position at the University of Innsbruck while working on my PhD as part of the SFB “Advanced Computational Design” collaborative research program. I earned my Master degree (Mag.arch) in architecture at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, in January 2017. In the last few years, I have collected several scholarships and awards which have been supporting my work in the field of responsive urbanism and temporary architecture. Since 2017 I have been involved as organizer and tutor in several workshops and summer schools such as the ’Society in Motion’ 3-year Erasmus+ summer school program, parametric design workshops at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, University Liechtenstein and Tallinn Architecture School. I have taught design studios and have been invited to design critiques at the TU Innsbruck, TU Kassel, University of Applied Arts Vienna and TU Berlin. In 2019 and 2020 I was part of the Advanced Geometry team at the Studio Olafur Eliasson.
"There must be alternatives to what we have learned to think of as knowing." (Andrea Börner)
My primary goal is to investigate the potential role of responsive systems and tools in spatial design. My motivation is to improve the adaptivity and responsiveness of physical space by bridging digital performance to the limits of realization.