is a research and teaching focus at Graz University of Technology’s faculty of architecture. It comprises international cooperations, design studios and electives, master’s theses, PhD and research projects, and a three-year research project that was granted by the Austrian Science Promotion Agency FFG.
Research & Teaching Lab
Associate Professor Dr. Andreas Lechner
TU Graz / Faculty of Architecture
Institute of Design & Building Typology
Lessingstrasse 25/IV A-8010 Graz, Austria
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