Share architects is an international architectural studio led by Silvia Forlati, Hannes Bürger, and Thomas Lettner. Considering, of course, client needs and wishes, the objective is to create excellent and innovative architecture.
The team is distinguished by international practice, wide knowhow, and over 25 years of experience.
The team is interested in developing creative, solution-oriented architecture and urban design. Difficult needs or conditions, such as redevelopment or conversion projects or limited budgets, are a welcome challenge. The designers believe in the necessity of an intensive exchange with the client in order to fully explore the potential of the given brief. They see design as a research based, collaborative process in which ideas, wishes and dreams are shared and space is made for them.
Hannes graduated from the Technical University Vienna in 2000, with a research thesis on innovative building materials. During his course of studies, he also did research work in Tokyo and Kyoto, in collaboration with the Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT), with Professor Hiromi Fujii.
Since his graduation Hannes has been busy realizing projects for various architecture offices in Austria. His expertise includes project management and site supervision.
Silvia graduated cum laude from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura (IUAV), Venice, in 1996 and from the Berlage Institute Amsterdam in1998. She first worked in the Netherlands and then joined Zaha Hadid Architects in 1999, for the Car Park and Terminus Hoenheim North in Strasbourg, France (Mies van der Rohe Prize 2002).
From June 2001 to April 2002, Silvia represented Zaha Hadid Architects within the Jurong Town Corporation (JTC) in Singapore for the development of the “one-north” masterplan. Since September 2002, she has been assistant professor at the Institute for Housing and Design, Vienna University of Technology. In 2013 Silvia gained her PhD with excellence on the theme‚ Innovation in collective Housing‘ from the Technical University Vienna.
Thomas graduated from the Technical University in Graz in 1997 and the Berlage Institute, Amsterdam in 1999. He studied in Japan and worked with Arata Isozaki in Berlin. After completing his post-graduate studies, he worked for Foster and Partners in London from 1999 to 2002.
In 2001, he went to Singapore for Foster and Partners to work on the New Supreme Court. He teaches architectural design (urban planning) at the University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum.
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