Helge MooshammerHelge Mooshammer
Peter MörtenböckPeter Mörtenböck



Thinkarchitecture is a team of architects and cultural theorists who live and work in London and Vienna. Principal members of ThinkArchitecture are Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer.

In the past ten years ThinkArchitecture has developed and carried out a vast range of interdisciplinary art/architecture projects in the urban realm, including work in London’s Borough of Southwark (Authorising Space), a derelict factory site in Vienna (7 Days in Paradise), the Brooklyn Bridge anchorage in New York (CruiseScapes) and various other urban areas. Working with communities on site ThinkArchitecture generates dialogues through workshops, exhibitions and public debates, and produces makeshift architectural structures for temporary inhabitation.

ThinkArchitecture has contributed to international exhibitions in Argentina, Austria, Estonia, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Russia and the USA. The practice has been nominated for the annual art incentive prize of the Rietveld Academy Amsterdam / Sandberg Institute, 1999, Best British Architectural Practice, 2000 and has been awarded renowned fellowships and prizes. Books include Die virtuelle Dimension (2001), Visuelle Kultur (eds., 2003), Cruising: Architektur, Psychoanalyse und Queer Cultures (2005) and the forthcoming Networked Cultures (2008).

Peter Mörtenböck
Peter Mörtenböck is currently Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow in the Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths College, University of London (2005-2007), working on a major EU project on networking practices and cultural difference in urban spaces across Europe (www.networkedcultures.org). He was Visiting Professor of Media Aesthetics at the University of Paderborn, Germany (2002) and Visiting Professor in Fine Arts and Cultural Studies at Linz University of Art, Austria (1999-2000).

Helge MooshammerArchitect and Senior Research Fellow at Vienna University of Technology, School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Helge Mooshammer is currently working on a major mapping project investigating relational architecture and contested spaces across Europe. His work has been shown in exhibitions worldwide, including the Architectural Biennale in Venice in 2000 and 2002 and the World Congress of Architecture 2002 in Berlin and had been invited to contribute to the annual Art in the Anchorage Festival 2002 in New York.