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RIEWE, Roger RIEWE, Roger
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Architect

Roger Riewe was trained at the RWTH Aachen, Germany. He then founded Riegler Riewe Architekten in Graz, Austria in 1987. Further offices were founded in Cologne, Germany in 2008 and in Katowice, Poland in 2010.

The office has become internationally renowned with projects in Austria, Germany, Poland, Croatia, Korea, Switzerland and USA. The focus is on public buildings, infrastructure projects and urban design. The realized projects have received numerous international awards and distinctions.

Roger Riewe has been guest professor in Prague, Houston, Barcelona, Aachen, Calgary and Graz. He has lectured worldwide with a specific focus on structure, space and technology. In 2001 he was appointed professor at the Graz University of Technology, where he is since then head of the Institute of Architecture Technology. The Institute of Architecture Technology, with its laboratory IAT/LAB, has a strong focus on research, especially in the fields of densification and public space, as well as in building and façade technologies. The institute’s research work is generally embedded in international research networks as well as bilateral research agreements.

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OSWALD, Ferdinand OSWALD, Ferdinand
Univ. Ass. Dipl.-Ing. Architect

Ferdinand Oswald born in Stuttgart (Germany), university-entrance diploma degree and working as carpenter in Heidelberg.

He studied architecture at Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura in Granada (Spain), Agency of Urban Planning in Bern (Switzerland) and graduating at Technical University Dresden (Germany).

Ferdinand Oswald continued working with a special focus on energy efficient façade technologies. 2007 he realized the first German apartment block in “passive- house standard” as project leader architect with Stefan Forster Architects in Frankfurt am Main (Germany). Beside this he was teaching at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences in the subject “construction and design”.

With his work at the “Institute of Architecture Technology” in Graz since 2008 as an assistant professor, he is intensifying the topic of structure & façade technology in teaching, dissertation and several research projects on international level.

His research work has been publicized in many international magazines and books.

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Univ. Ass. Dipl.-Ing. Architect

Armin Stocker, born in Leoben (Austria) studied at Graz University of Technology and graduated as Master of Science. He worked as a lecturer at the Institute of Housing and the Institute of Urbanism at Graz University of Technology from 2001 to 2007.

Armin Stocker was founding partner and head of design of S.DREI Architektur, Graz from 2002 – 2012.

Since 2012 Armin Stocker is employed as an assistant professor at the Institute of Architecture Technology.

He worked on international construction projects in Europe and Asia since 2002 and designed and implemented, for example, the corporate architecture style for Neumann International AG by carrying out the planning, construction management and project management work for them in cities such as Paris, Madrid, Milan, Rome, Moscow, Kiev, Bucharest, Bratislava, Prague and Shanghai.

Armin Stocker has been presented with the International Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum & European Centre for Architecture and Design in 2010 for the Neumann International Office in Paris as well as the "best architects 10" award for the project “Appartement 8” in Graz.

In 2009 Armin Stocker was presented with the Leonardo Award 2009 and the Project of the Year award in Israel.

His work has been featured in many international magazines and books.

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