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Tobias Walliser

Tobias Wallisser is partner of LAVA (Laboratory for Visionary Architecture) in Stuttgart.
Before he founded the practice with Chris Bosse in 2007, he worked as associate architect of UNStudio in Amsterdam where he was responsible for the Mercedes-Benz Museum project in Stuttgart, Germany.
After receiving his German architecture degree, he gained work experience in Germany and the United States. In 1997, Tobias Wallisser received a post-graduate degree from Colombia University (New York). He worked for Asymptote Architecture on the Virtual New York Stock Exchange project in 1997, and for the German firm KTP on an award-winning low-energy office project in Germany.
In 1998 he joined UNStudio where he became associate in 2002. He directed the design and construction works for the Arnhem Masterplan and Transfer Hall in the Netherlands, was in charge of the Basauri Masterplan project in Spain, a hotel development on Lanzarote, the Da Vinci urban plan in Stuttgart, and the Fraunhofer Research Center in Stuttgart. In 2002, he worked with United Architects on the World Trade Center Project in New York.
His special interest lies in combining new computer technology, a deep understanding of geometry and innovative design strategies to generate outstanding spatial structures. Technical knowledge gained during the construction phases of several state-of-the art buildings enables him to combine his vision with a deep level of detailing and perfectionism.
He has lectured in many places around Europe and conducted studios at several universities in Germany. In 2006, he accepted a professorship at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart where he teaches „digital design“.
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