Martin Emmerer is an Austria based architect. His passion for architecture is attended by his expertise in CAAD and programming. Martin Emmerer holds a doctorate degree in computer science. He is co-founder of the architecture collective Hope of Glory, visiting lecturer and guest critic at different Universities.

Arch. Dipl.-Ing Dr.techn. Martin Emmerer

Martin Emmerer is an architect. The new southern wing of the castle museum in Linz can be named one of his most important realized projects. His passion for architecture is attended by his expertise in CAAD and programming, which led him to the foundation of Archilles Software, a company for experimental research and software development in the field of architecture. The firms' core product is Archilles Pro, a smart AI-driven collaborative designtool for architects. Martin Emmerer holds a doctorate degree in technical sciences; he is co-founder of the architecture collective Hope of Glory, visiting lecturer and guest critic at different Universities.

Personal

  • 1976
    born in Graz, Austrian Nationality

Professional

  • 2020 -
    Foundation MRR studio
  • 2018 -
    Foundation Archilles Software, company for experimental research and software development in the field of architecture
  • 2006 -
    Lecturer, University of Technology Graz
  • 2006
    Foundation HoG architektur ZT GmbH
  • 2000
    Foundation ERSCHEINUNGSBILD Visualization

Education

  • 2015
    Doctorate degree in technical sciences, University of Technology Graz
  • 2010
    State-authorized civil engineer
  • 2006
    Diploma in architecture, University of Technology Graz
  • 1995
    Matura (Modern Languages and Latin), Gymnasium Sacré Coeur Graz

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