Alexandra Moisi is a researcher, designer, and educator working at the intersection between humans, technology, and architecture. She is currently a PhD researcher at Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich, investigating the creation of interactive digital twins and using extended reality to link digital and physical spaces for computational design and fabrication.
She graduated with honors from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Studio Greg Lynn, where she obtained her Master's in Architecture. After receiving her degree, Alexandra worked with students to create interactive augmented installations, including "Styx" for a summer program with the Architectural Association London, and "Digital Injections" as a lecturer for the postgraduate course "Designing Future Realities" at Werkstätte Wattens.
She has taught postgraduate and undergraduate studios and seminars at the University of Innsbruck's Department for Structure and Design. Here, she was also involved in research and co-led research projects "Augmented Objects" for the exhibition "Vergessen" at the Ferdinandeum in Tyrol and "Phygital Space - An Interface Enabled Augmentation" at Architektur und Tirol. Alexandra was a crucial contributor to the Austrian FFG-funded project "3D Vision," where she worked on the augmentation of climatic data in virtual and real city models. In 2021, she was granted the Start Stipendium for Architecture by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Arts and Culture, and in 2022, she was awarded the Tiroler Wissenschaftsförderung for her research on "Hosting Spaces," exploring multi-user participation and interaction through extended reality.