Dipl. Ing. Akad. Oberrätin
Claudia Düll-Buchecker studied architecture at TU München and graduated in 1986. She worked at several architectural practices, mainly in the Zurich area, and went on to build her own projects in Switzerland, East Germany and Munich. She worked as assistant to Prof. Fred Angerer at the chair for design and urbanism, to Prof. Ingrid Krau at the chair for urban space and town development and to several Visiting Professors at TU München, before joining Studio Krucker Bates. She became Akademische Oberrätin in 1994 and qualified as a Town planner in 2008.
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Dipl. Ing. UDK Akad. Rat
Simon Burko studied architecture at the University of Arts in Berlin and at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Israel. He graduated in 2011 at UdK at Prof. Adolf Krischanitz.
After finishing his studies he worked for Adolf Krischanitz and Max Dudler in Berlin. Apart from practical activities with the focus on architecture and photography he continuously gained teaching experience as a research associate at the Chair for Architectural Design and Conception led by Prof. Uta Graff at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt and at Technische Universität München. Since 2014 he teaches and researches at Studio Krucker Bates at TUM.
Dip. Arch LMU, RIBA
Adam Gielniak studied architecture at London Metropolitan University and graduated in 2011 at the studio led by Prof. Florian Beigel from Architecture Research Unit. After finishing his studies he joined Caruso StJohn Architects in London and worked mainly on Nagelhaus project in Switzerland in collaboration with artist Thomas Demand, Nottingham Contemporary in UK and Veemgebouw in Netherlands. Since 2014 he is teaching assistant involved in urbanism and housing research at Studio Krucker and Bates at TUM.
M. Sc. ETH
Amelie Nguyen studied architecture at TU Munich, CEPT University India and ETH Zurich, graduating in 2018. Next to her institutional education, she was working at Sangath Vāstu Shilpā and Meier Hug Architekten. After finishing her studies she worked for Schmidlin Architekten and was involved in the realization of Muzeum Susch in Engadine. She joined Studio Krucker Bates at TU Munich as teaching assistant in 2020.
M. A. TUM
Markus Stolz studied both, landscape architecture at University of Applied Sciences in Weihenstephan and University of Applied Sciences Van Hall Larenstein in Velp, Netherlands and architecture at the Technische Universität München and the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, USA. His Masterthesis „The Tower on the Countryside“ at Prof. Dr. Dietrich Erben and Prof. Florian Nagler was awarded the Hans-Döllgast-Preis of TUM in 2017. Thereafter he collaborated, next to his own projects, with Bovenbouw Architectuur in Antwerp, Belgium. Since 2019 he joined Buero Kofink Schels in Munich and teaches at Studio Krucker Bates at TUM.
Daniela Heyland, Christina Köchling, Katharina Leuschner, Clemens Nuyken, Daniel Reisch, Werner Schührer, Kevin Siegert, Jessica Zarges
Former Junior Assistants
Axel Baudendistel, Lukas Eibl, Serafina Eipert, Urs Fridrich, Matthias Haber, Christian Hadaller, Tim Knäbel, Aaron Koch, Markus Müller, Daniel Pflaum, Peter Scheller, Kevin Siegert, Andrea Sommer, Markus Sowa, Lukas Völker, Lisa Yamaguchi, Edda Zickert
Former Student Assistants
Juan Barcia Mas, Ralf Iberle, Claudia Knepper, Lena Kohl, Amelie Nguyen, Vanessa Salm, Sonja Schneider, Katharina Stachowitz, Laura Wollenhaupt