I am an architect, currently working as a research engineer in the field of integrated digital urban planning at the Austrian Institute of Technology, while holding a senior lecturer position at the University of Innsbruck. I earned my Master degree (Mag.arch) in architecture at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, in January 2017. Since then, I have worked as Geometrist at the Studio Olafur Eliasson, and have instructed design studios and workshops with a focus on computational design and visual storytelling. Between 2020-22 I was part of the SFB-Advanced Computational Design Project team, supported by the Austrian Research Fund. My ongoing PhD research focuses on the visual encoding of spatial attributes using 3D point clouds.
"There must be alternatives to what we have learned to think of as knowing." (Andrea Börner)
My general 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.