Marie-Therese Harnoncourt-Fuchs is graduate of the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and founded the next ENTERprise Architects in 2000 together with Ernst J. Fuchs. From the beginning they have operated in a field that ranges from experimental installations to architectural practice, treating both approaches as equal and mutually influential. Projects include Open-air pavilion Wolkenturm Grafenegg /AT, Lakeside Bath Caldaro/ IT, Pilotproject Kempelenpark and HAWI at the 15th Architecture Biennale in Venice / IT. Since 1998 she has held teaching appointments at the University of Applied Arts Vienna/AT, University of Technology Vienna/AT, University of Art and Design Linz/AT, Academy of Fine Arts and Design Bratislava/SK, ESA École Spéciale d’Architecture Paris/FR. She is a current member of juries or advisory boards such as BIG – advisory board of art, Forum Morgen Stiftung.
Ina Homeier is an architect and has been working for the urban planning department of the City of Vienna since 1994. She was also responsible for land use and district planning for several years. From 1998 to 2001 she worked at the Directorate-General for Research of the European Commission, where she was responsible for urban planning issues and research projects in the Key Action „The City of Tomorrow and Cultural Heritage“. Since 2011 she has again been working for the Urban Planning department where she is Head of the Smart City unit and coordinates the smart city activities of the City of Vienna with regard to strategy and content. For many years, she has been nominated by the European Commission and national funding bodies as evaluator for project applications and for mid-term and final assessments of research projects.
Christoph Luchsinger graduated in Architecture at the ETH Zurich in 1979 and is professor at the faculty of Architecture at the Vienna University of Technology since 2009. From 1980 to 2009 he has been holding several teaching and research appointments for urban history and urban design i.e. at the ETH Zurich and the ZHAW Winterthur with a focus on urban strategies and urbanized landscapes. Further he has been working for several years as editor of the Swiss Architectural Review Werk, Bauen + Wohnen. Luchsinger was guest-professor for architecture 2003 at the TU Ljubljana/SI and 2004 at the TU Graz/AT. From 2013 to 2017 Luchsinger was the director of the TEMPUS education project „Sustainable Regional Development“ SEHSI in collaboration with several international universities. Since 1990 he runs an architectural office in Lucerne/CH together with Max Bosshard and since 2013 in Vienna/AT. Until 2019 he will be director of the project MEMUD for a curriculum of a middle-european master of urban design in collaboration with the Universities of Ljubljana/SI and of Split/HR.