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Fabio Gramazio
Matthias Kohler
Petrus Aejmelaeus-Lindström
Liya Anthraper
Aleksandra Anna Apolinarska
Inés Ariza
Jomana Baddad
Joris Jan Burger
Gonzalo Casas
Kunaljit Chadha
Ina Cheibas
Tanja de Almeida Pereira
Selen Ercan Jenny
Nicolas Feihl
Hamilton Forsythe
Jonas Furrer
Alessandra Gabaglio
Matthias Helmreich
Alexandra Horat
Ilmar Hurkxkens
David Jenny
Ryan Luke Johns
Mattis Koh
Pok Yin Victor Leung
Ena Lloret-Fritschi
Beverly Ann Lytle
Hannes Mayer
Jesús Medina Ibáñez
Ammar Mirjan
Daniela Mitterberger
Matteo Pacher
Romana Rust
Marvin Lee Rüppel
Foteini Salveridou
Indra Santosa
Sarah Schneider
Priyank Soni
Eliott Sounigo
Nizar Taha
Ping-Hsun Tsai
Lauren Vasey
Carlos Wilkening
Karol Wojtas
Achilleas Xydis
Carlos Wilkening is an architect with extensive experience in designing, planning and building. He aims for sustainable architectural solutions that are valid for the future by using emerging technologies while understanding and respecting the historic context.
Over the last years he has been exploring the use of timber construction for buildings of public use.

Several award winning projects have been realized under his project lead by practices in Zurich and Munich, (Lukas Imhof Architektur, Meck Architekten). He is currently widening his knowledge of computational design methods, robotic fabrication strategies and automation solutions by attending the Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture and Digital Fabrication at ETH Zurich.

Having studied architecture at the Technical University Munich, Germany and Università degli Studi ROMA TRE, Italy Carlos Wilkening finished his studies with the best diploma project of his class at TU Munich in 2011. He there joined the chair for architectural design and conception with Prof. Uta Graff as a teaching assistant, founded his own practice and since then worked on his own and collaborative architectural and design projects.
His start-up WIMMoebel offers solid wood furniture from CNC-prefabricated parts that are assembled in inclusive workshops by people with special needs.
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