There Are
A Million Stars
In The Milky Way …

A Lecture by Andreas Rumpfhuber

Friday 09.09.22, 7.30pm, Mattiellistraße 2-4, Karlsplatz, Vienna

The lecture will advocate a methodology to critically think through and about the production of the built environment. It will specifically point towards the role of architecture and architects (with all their ideologies and idealisms) within this process.

Andreas Rumpfhuber
is an architect and architectural theorist. His work focuses on new forms of work and living.

Guest professorships at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts Kiel, the State Academy of the Arts in Stuttgart and the Vienna University of Technology, among others. Teaching and lecturing activities at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, University of Applied Arts Vienna, TU Vienna, TU Graz, University of Innsbruck, AA School of Architecture, ETH Zurich, KTH Stockholm, CCA Montreal, among others.

Diploma studies in architecture at the TU Graz, Bartlett School of Architecture (London) and SCI-ARC (Los Angeles). 1999 Diploma with distinction under Prof. Joost Meuwissen and Prof. Hans Kuppelwieser. PhD scholarship at the Royal Academy of Arts in Copenhagen. 2009 PhD on "Architecture of Immaterial Labour“ with Prof. Juliane Rebentisch (HfG Offenbach) and Prof. Henrik Oxvig (Royal Danish Academy). 2005-2008 Guest member of Roundtable 1 at the Center for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths College London (Prof. Eyal Weizman). 2015 Civil engineer exam (Ziviltechnikerprüfung).

1990-2000 Worked in architectural offices including Riepl Riepl (Linz), lichtblau.wagner (Vienna), Syzyskowitz Kowalski (Graz), Peter Zinganel (Graz). 2001-2005 Board member of the Austrian Society of Architecture (ÖGFA), 2007-2009 Board member of the Royal Danish Doctoral Schools of Architecture and Design.

Single parent of Ida Ankele since 2012 (born 2011).

STARS, Hollein, in: Cooper Hewitt Museum: MAN transFORMS, October 1976, Seite: 162 (Ausschnitt)