- 2011 to 2019
Daniel Koehler (Dr.) is a Postdoc Fellow at the Institute of Urban Design in Innsbruck, Associate Professor for digital design strategies at the Vilnius Academy of Arts and founding member of the Lab for Environmental Design Strategies. He was also a lecturer at the Sci-Arc, Städelschule and Aalto University. From 2012 to 2015 he co-organized the independent architecture research colloquia Innsbruck. Daniel completed his dissertation with excellence and holds a magister in architecture, which he received with distinction at the Angewandte in Vienna supervised by Prof. Zaha Hadid. His work is acknowledged through several Publications, Awards and Exhibitions. He published "punktiert" and "bRigid", open source software packages for the simulation of discrete compositions, based on his experience in teaching. Daniel is the author of the book: "The mereological City: a reading of the works of Ludwig Hilberseimer". His recent research incorporates digital methods into the study of the city, its history and architecture.