Our work focuses on public space, postcarbon mobility, and sustainable urban development. We engage in landscape architecture, urban planning, design, and communication. Our practice unfolds from the human scale. We understand cities as part of the global landscape of the anthropocene. Our mission is to transform unsustainable urban systems and their underlying materiality for the benefit of the wider public today and for generations to come.
LAUT facilitates strategic urban development processes and explores human-oriented urban and spatial concepts in studies, planning projects, and cooperative R+D projects. LAUT designs street- and landscapes to improve public spaces and foster public life. We build objects, create interventions, and utilize participatory and co-creative methods. LAUT visualizes visionary ideas and narratives of change, designs and plans applied projects, organizes and communicates transformative processes, curates immersive exhibitions, and implements future-adapted public spaces. LAUT works for and cooperates with city administrations, companies, NGOs, and research institutions. We work with a large and versatile network of skilled collaborators who join us in bespoke teams tailored to the needs of individual projects.
Collaborators and Partners
Austrian Institute of Technology – AIT, Changing Cities e.V., City of Barcelona – Office of the Chief Architect, City of Vienna (MA 18) – Urban Development and Planning, consense Verkehrsplanung, German Institute for Urbanism – DIFU, Green4Cities GmbH, HuB Architekten, LKTRT, LWZ Design & Animation OG, Potsdam Institute for Sustainability Sciences, Rosinak & Partner ZT GmbH, Scales OG, Slovenian Academy of Sciences, Smarter Than Car, University of Technology Vienna
Is a landscape architect and process designer with a focus on public spaces, mobility and post-fossil urbanism. As co-founder of studio LAUT, he plans and accompanies urban transformation processes and cooperates in R&D projects on sustainable mobility and urban planning.
Is an architect, urbanist, artist and designer with a focus on public space, active mobility and post fossil urbanism. As co-founder of studio LAUT, he brings his multidisciplinary background to the field of urban transformation. He is engaged in applied projects as well as in international R&D projects on sustainable urban planning.