Andreas Rumpfhuber is an architect/researcher/theoretician based in Vienna, Austria. His practice engages with interiors and their social, programmatic, cultural, political and symbolic organization. Andreas holds a PhD from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schoool of Architecture in Copenhagen, where he as been PhD stipendiate at the Danish Center for Design Research from 2005-2008; he is associated with the researchers and artists collective roundtable.kein.org at the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths College in London. He has been lecturing and teaching at TU Vienna, TU Graz, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Goldsmiths College, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen; he curated a.o. Schindler Lecture series (2004-2007) at the Austrian Society of Architecture, the international PhD-Conference on “Politics of Designing” at The Danish Doctoral Schools of Architecture & Design. He is (un)regularly writing for the Vienna Street-Newspaper Augustin, as well as for various international architecture magazines and journals: a.o.: Springerin, Hefte für Gegenwartskunst, dérive, Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung, Mudot, Magazine for Urban Documentation-Opinion-Theory, UmBau, Arkitekten.