Katharina Voigt studied architecture in Hamburg, Munich, and Stockholm. She worked for Stölken Schmidt Architekten BDA in Hamburg and Heim Kuntscher Architekten und Stadtplaner BDA in Munich. She researches and teaches at the Chair of Architectural Design and Conception, at the Technical University of Munich. Her research focuses on transdisciplinary investigations of architecture, highlighting the lived experience as significant for the anticipation of architectural design, and investigating the integration of sensuality and bodily knowledge in architectural research. Her doctorate on dance practices as a medium and tool of architectural experience, research, and design is associated with the doctoral program Epistemologies of Aesthetic Practices at the Collegium Helveticum. She is a founder and member of the advisory board for »Dimensions. Journal of Architectural Knowledge«.
Uta Graff, born 1970, holds the chair of architectural design and conception at the Technische Universität München. In her research, she emphasizes the processes of architectural design as systematic approaches to knowledge creation, stressing methodological approaches original to the discipline of architecture to be incorporated equally in research and in practice.
Ferdinand Ludwig is a professor for green technologies in landscape architecture at the Technische Universität München. His work focusses on growth and decay, chance and probability in living architecture and landscape design. He studied architecture and completed his doctorate studies at the Universität Stuttgart. He is a partner in the office »ludwig.schönle: Baubotanik - Architecture - Urbanism«.