My engagement with architecture reaches back to 1991, and includes working as an architect in prominent offices, such as those of Daniel Libeskind, Arata Isozaki Architects (Berlin), and Schultes Frank Architekten. My activities have ranged from planning, design, architectural renderings and graphics, to philosophical publishing and lecturing on the phenomenology of architecture, in particular on that of Arakawa and Madeline Gins.
Beginning with my Audio Kinematics in 2007, I began considering how to combine my experience in architecture, music and philosophy. Further installations and workshops on sound and space have developed out of this in recent years.
I have written project management as well as document archiving software for David Chipperfield Architects Berlin Office. Similarly I wrote office management software for interactive-tools in Berlin.