Prof. Sebastian Multerer


Sebastian Multerer graduated in architecture at the Technical University of Munich. He was awarded the Hans Döllgast Prize and the Johannes B. Ortner Prize for his thesis. In the first few years after graduating, he worked as an employee and project manager at Wolfgang Brune Architekten and nbundm* Architekten. At the same time, Sebastian Multerer began an assistant position at the Department of Architecture at TUM with Prof. Ueli Zbinden in 2007, followed by a research position with Prof. Dietrich Fink from 2010. He taught there for eight years and also dealt with architectural theory topics. This research work resulted in the monograph "Otho Orlando Kurz" together with Julian Wagner, which was published in 2018. Since then, he has been a guest critic and lecturer at several architecture faculties. From 2010 to 2016, Sebastian Multerer had an office partnership with Florian Fischer. In 2016, he was a fellow of the German Academy in Rome at Casa Baldi and the Dr. Marschall Foundation. Multerer Architekten was founded at the same time. In 2020, he received the Art Prize of the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts and taught as a visiting professor at the Technical University of Munich the following year. His work focuses on the transformation of existing buildings and the resulting, constantly evolving issues of our time.