Henriette H. Bier (Germany)
Associate Professor Robotic Building, Faculty of Architecture & Built Environment, TU Delft; Guest Professor Robotics, Dessau Institute of Architecture, HS Anhalt

Associate Professor Robotic Building, Faculty of Architecture & Built Environment, TU Delft
Guest Professor Robotics, Dessau Institute of Architecture, HS Anhalt

After graduating in 1998 with a degree in Architecture from the University of Karlsruhe in Germany, Henriette Bier has worked with Morphosis (1999-2001) on internationally relevant projects in the US and Europe. She has taught digitally-driven design (2002-2003) at universities in Europe and the US. Since 2004 she teaches and researches at the Technical University Delft (TUD) with a focus on digitally-driven architecture. She initiated and coordinated (2005-06) the workshop and lecture series on Digital Design and Fabrication with invited guests from MIT and ETHZ and finalized her PhD on System-embedded Intelligence in Architecture in 2008. Since 2006 she co-developed the education and research frameworks for Non-standard and Interactive Architecture at Hyperbody and Border Conditions at Public Building, TU Delft. She has supervised more than 100 graduation projects from which several have received Archiprix nominations, mentions, and prizes with the most prestigious being the 1st International Archiprix prize in 2015.