Studio (Bio)

Andreas Lechner studied architecture at Graz University of Technology and after formative study stays in Los Angeles, trained as an architect living and working in Berlin, Tokyo and Vienna. In 2009, he earned his doctoral degree, subsequently serving as an assistant professor and, since 2017, as an associate professor specializing in architectural design and typology at the TU Graz Faculty of Architecture. Andreas is a visiting professor at the Politecnico di Milano. Together with Cameron McEwan Andreas will be editing a special issue of The Journal of Architecture on “Peripheries / Peripherocene” slated for 2026.

Studio Andreas Lechner is a Graz, Austria based design and research practice with a commitment to the careful crafting of architectural solutions through a process of making. The studio is run by Andreas Lechner and seamlessly integrates his roles as an architect, educator and scholar. Teaching, writing, and research activities form an integral part of the office’s engagement with architecture’s design and design-related entanglements of spatial(ized) form.

Andreas Lechner is a licensed architect and member of the Austrian Federal Chamber of Architects and Engineers.

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