Architecture has a social responsibility and faces major changes in the way things are conceived, designed and materialized.
My work deals with issues of necessity and flexibility, searching for novel ideas, not for the sake of novelty, but to approach questions openly and impartially.
The way I work is influenced by ideas of redefining and automating creative processes, not by imitating a human approach, but by integrating and utilizing potentials of computation.
I currently work at the architectural firm Staab Architects in Berlin as an architect, a consultant for complex design problems in on-going projects and as a researcher in computational design methods.
I’ve been working on these interests since I started my studies at the Technical University of Brunswick and continued at the Architectural Association in London.