KRNR

Andreas Körner

KRNR

KRNR - research & design

Andreas Körner, B.Sc (Hons) M.Arch
Austria - United Kingdom


I am aiming to create continuous spatial experiences and bringing back vernacular ideas to create sustainable ornament, utilising digital design tools and numeric fabrication. All this to create architectural environments, that embrace the natural environment while maintaining a strong focus on design and comfortable human inhabitation. Or so.

Together with Barry Wark and Maria Knutsson-Hall I form the academic collective Biophile which engages with ideas of biophilia in architecture.

I am currently working in London and doing my PhD in Innsbruck.


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Andreas Körner currently committed to his PhD research at the Institute of Experimental Architecture at University of Innsbruck. Andreas studied at TU Vienna, die Angewandte and the Bartlett School of Architecture where he received his master's degree with distinction from Unit 20. For his research on porous facade systems and the application of CFD simulations to the design process he was awarded the Max Fordham Environmental Design Prize in 2016. Andreas explores passive methods to increase thermal comfort in architectural environments and their potential materialization as high-intricacy ornament. Furthermore his research investigates the role of digital simulation during the computational design process and its potential to create immserive articulations which impact the perception and mood of space.

Since 2016 Andreas is part of the architevtural research collective Biophile.


Andreas' work has been exhibited in London and Vienna.


work:
soma
moa-architecture
uber-raum



studies:
bartlett
studio lynn
tu vienna

exparch



academia:
i.sd
exparch.hochbau
osa
aavs



network:
biophile
biotop

grab