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Anna Krumpholz (Bmkös)

Anna Krumpholz is mentee of Verena Konrad

Anna Krumpholz (*1993 in Vienna) uses architecture and book design as a way of thinking and designing on the smallest and largest possible scale to observe, reflect and question social and cultural occurrences. Adaptive spatial ideas that enable new social and physical interaction as well as self-appropriation, and the juxtaposition and coexistence of different actors in constant motion are the focus. The main interest is in seemingly simple things; because they determine how we live—how we eat, sleep, communicate and work. The work is characterized by a haptic, exploratory and narrative approach.

Her architectural studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna as well as at the Aarhus School of Architecture were followed by academic training as a book designer at the New Design University St. Pölten.