Studio Emmerer is an architectural practice based in Graz. Interested in unusual building tasks and skilled in dealing with historical context, the studio's output covers cultural buildings, office and laboratory buildings, large residential projects as well as smaller objects for private clients. Involved in interdisciplinary research projects the studio is constantly seeking new tools and techniques for creating exceptional design solutions for its clients... more

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

Martin Emmerer is an Austrian architect. The new southern wing of the castle museum in Linz or the broken mirror house in the historic city center of Graz can be named as examples of his widely recognised projects. He holds a doctorate degree in technical science, is visiting lecturer and guest critic at different Universities. He is co-founder of the architects collective Hope of Glory and principal of Studio Emmerer based in Graz.
The passion for architecture is attended by Martin Emmerer's expertise in computational design and programming. Beside his building practise he is applying architectural thinking to domains beyond. Since 2015 he has been managing the development of the AI-driven design software Archilles Pro.


  • 1976
    born in Graz, Austrian Nationality


  • 2021 -
    Studio Emmerer
  • 2006 - 2021
    Hope of Glory aka HoG, Founding partner & CEO
  • 2018 -
    Archilles Software
  • 2006 -
    University of Technology Graz, Lecturer
  • 2000 - 2006
    Erscheinungsbild Visualization


  • 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

Boards and Committees

  • 2023 -
    Member of the committee for digitalisation, styrian chamber of civil engineers
  • 2018 -
    Deputy chairman of the committee for BIM, federal chamber of civil engineers
  • austria.

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