Mag.arch. Juergen Strohmayer
University of Applied Arts Vienna [applied] Foreign Affairs
Oskar Kokoschka Platz 2
Juergen Strohmayer is an architect based in Accra, Ghana, and Vienna, Austria. His work is informed by practice, research, and teaching conducted in collaborative settings. He carries out built architecture, community engagement, exhibitions and publications. After working with architectural offices in London, Los Angeles, Vienna, and Abidjan, Strohmayer is developing his independent practice and recently completed the widely-published project Nubuke Extended, an arts gallery and campus in Accra, in collaboration with nav_s baerbel mueller. Strohmayer lectured at the Ethiopian Institute for Architecture, Building Construction, and City Development (EiABC) and is currently teaching at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, where he graduated with distinction. He has exhibited at Acadia (2014), Goethe Institut Addis Ababa (2016), and the Marrakech Biennale (2016). He has received scholarships such as the Tische-Stipendium and several Austrian state grants. In 2019 he co-edited the magazine [a]FA East Legon Past Forward. He has been a founding member of the [applied] Foreign Affairs lab since 2009.