Benjamin Ennemoser is an Architect and Researcher based in Los Angeles, California. He is born and raised in Italy and studied Architecture at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Studio Greg Lynn, and the University of Innsbruck where he graduated with distinction in 2014. He has worked as an independent Researcher and Practitioner and has received several research fellowships like the Tische-Stipendium, the prestigious Dr. Otto Seibert-Stipendien-Schenkung and the Start- Grant, exhibited and published his work all over the world and taught several workshops at the University of Innsbruck, University of applied Arts Vienna and the University of Fine Arts Vienna. As a Practitioner and Researcher, he has collaborated extensively with Francois Roche and Michael Wihart on numerous research projects about the speculation of applied Robotic in Architecture. He worked for a number of high profile practices such as GraftLab, New Territories and LAAC Architects and was a Teaching Assistant of Prof. Kathrin Aste at the Crossover-Studio, at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and was working on a Project for the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016. At present he is a Lecturer at AUD's IDEAS campus – Studio Ozel. Besides that he is working on independent projects, within the field of applied Robotics and VR and AR in Architecture as a Scenario of the contemporary.  



BSc.Arch University of Innsbruck, Austria
M.Arch. DI. University of Innsbruck, Austria
State Exam Architecture, Università Iuav di Venezia


- March 2016 / Start-Scholarship for the Research Project
- April 2015 / Tische-Scholarship for young emerging Architects
- March 2014 / Research Scholarship Dr. Otto Seibert-Stipendien-Schenkung