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Jan Niklas Schoepf is a design architect currently based in vienna, austria.


His main expertise is in the fields of architectural design, architectural concepts, 3d modeling, digital modeling, digital design, building information modeling, digital fabrication (cnc-milling, lasercutting, 3d printing), architectural visualizations graphic design, 3d animations and augmented - virtual reality as design but also as representation tools.

He studied architecture at the university of innsbruck where he did his bachelor thesis under peter trummer at the institute of urban design and at the university of applied arts vienna | die angewandte | studio greg lynn where he received his diploma in june 2018 with distinction.

Jan gained his professional experience with a number of architectural but aswell construction firms around austria and europe, where he was involved in a wide range of high profile projects ranging from masterplans to product design.

he also held a teaching assistent positions for 2 years at the university of applied arts vienna | die angewandte | studio greg lynn, where he was responsible for digital fabrication such as cnc - milling, lasercutting, 3d printing. Jan was working at the Viennese Architecture Office Pichler & Traupmann Architekten, where he worked as an Architect | Designer but as well as a 3D - Modelling Specialst with the main focus of modeling in - but also transfering complex 3D Models into - a Building Information Environment.

After collaborating with the renowed multidisciplinary architecture and urban design practice UNStudio (United Network Studio), where his main responsibility was in architectural design, concept development, 3d-design and building information modeling, Jan started a new position as a design architect at the well known viennese Architecture office Franz&Sue Architekten

At Franz&Sue Jan works as a Lead-Designer and Projectleader, next to that he is also responsible for advanced 3d-modelling and digital fabrication lab. (CNC-milling)


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