Benjamin Ennemoser is an architect and researcher based in Los Angeles, California. He studied architecture at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and the University of Innsbruck where he graduated with distinction. He has received several research fellowships such as the Tische-Stipendium, the prestigious Dr. Otto Seibert-Stipendien-Schenkung and the Start-Grant. He has been a lecturer at UCLA AUD’s IDEAS campus since 2016 and has also taught at the University of Innsbruck, the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, the University of Fine Arts in Vienna and Yun-Tech University in Taiwan.
As a practitioner and researcher, his work has been exhibited and published all over the world and presented his research about machine learning in architecture at academic institutions and conferences in the US and Europe. He worked for a number of high profile practices such as GraftLab, New-Territories and LAAC Architects. Besides that, he is a licensed architect in the European Union and founded his own practice, Benjamin Ennemoser Design, in 2016. As an architect and researcher, his work is situated within the field of advanced technology as a design speculation and focuses on computational design, digital fabrication, applied robotics, soft-robotics, VR & AR, new media, machine learning and interactive architectural systems.