Mathias Mitteregger


Mathias Mitteregger has worked on a range of topics in architectural theory including political theory and architecture, architecture and technology, social construction of technology, myth, superstition and architecture. He recently completed his dissertation Reason Might be a place. Critical regionalism and architectural autonomy as examples of architectural theory building on political philosophy. Since 2015 he is engaged in a research project on mobilities of the future funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency.

Selected Publications
“Working Toward Truth” Wolkenkuckucksheim, Heft 33 (2014), Jg. 19; p. 19 - 29
“TRANSform/port”; future.lab MAGAZIN, Oktober (2014), Ausgabe 02; p. 12
D. Kuhlmann, O. Schürer, M. Mitteregger, A. Simionovici (Hrg.): The Art of ReCreation; Luftschacht, Wien, 2014
“Submission Guidelines. Image distribution on architecture blogs”; Horizonte. Zeitschrift für Architekturdiskurs, Fetish (2012), #5; p. 47 – 52
“Evolving Spaces Along Network Technologies”; S. Klot, M. Mitteregger, E. Kurbak, I. Hinterleitner, Proceedings 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Istanbul, 2012
“Drawing a circle: Search on mobile devices”; MediaCity 2010, Weimar (2010) (conference proceedings)
“Lindsay Lohan’s Mobile Phone”; Conference Reader: Media Architecture Biennale 2010, O. Schürer et al. (Hrg.); (2010)

Selected Workshops, Talks, Presentations
“Aberglauben im Gebälk ... Mythen und Gebräuche in alten Häusern”; Talk: Walserherbst 2014, Walsertal/Vorarlberg; 11.09.2014 - 20.09.2014.
“Possibilities of Communication”; Talk: MIT - Public Space 2.0 / Senseable City Symposium, Massachusetts/ Boston/ USA (eingeladen); 21.02.2012 - 24.02.2012
“In Bars With Stars”; Talk: Pennsylvania State University, PennDesign / University of Pennsylvania; 14.02.2012
“Rethinking “Urhütte”; Talk: Future lab 2010, St. Gotthard/ CH (eingeladen); 28.09.2010 - 30.09.2010.

Teaching Activities
“Methodologie der Architekturforschung” with Kari Jormakka and Oliver Schürer, Lecture: TU Wien 2012 - ongoing
“The Mass and Me,” Seminar: TU Wien 2014
“Mapping Subjective Public Space;” Workshop: 13.02.2011 – 18.02.2011; PennDesign / University of Pennsylvania
various design studios

Academic Positions Held
Researcher, Austrian Research Promotion Agency, Department of Spatial Planning (IVS), Vienna Technical University (2015 – Present)
Assistant Professor, Department of Architectural Theory, Vienna Technical University (2012 – Present)
Researcher, Public Space 2.0, Collaborative Arts-based Research Project, Funded by Austrian Science Fund (2010 – 2012)

Professional Experience
2013 – Present independent architectural projects
2003 – 2010 work for several architectural practices

2010 – Jan. 2015 Dissertation, Reason Might be a Place, Vienna Technical University, Austria
2004 – 2009 Master, Architecture, Vienna Technical University, Austria
2004 Architecture, Technische Universität Berlin
2001 – 2004 Architecture, Graz University of Technology, Austria