Daniel Zwangsleitner

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Research: “The Quest for Meaning – A Situational Analysis of the Modell Steiermark” / link to page
Tutor: Prof. Antonio De Rossi


Daniel studied architecture, urban planning and photography in Innsbruck, Vienna and Turin. Diploma in 2010 with a social-space analysis of public spaces in Turin.

Since 2013 he holds a position as lecturer in architectural theory and photography at Regensburg University of Technology.

His PhD thesis will discuss the impacts of the politicization of architecture from the 1960s onwards and the reorientation or rather the shift of architect’s role during that period.



2010 / Master’s degree in Architecture –
Vienna University of Technology


2013- / Lecturer at OTH Regensburg (DE)
2013-2015 / Researcher at OTH Regensburg
2010-/ Self-employed architect and photographer
2010 / Research assistant –
European Academy Bolzano



Selected Publications

The lesson of Tyrolean Modernism II – Franz Baumann and the Landhaus Zach. In: ARCHALP, vol.12 / 2016, pp. 117-119. – ISSN 2039-1730
The lesson of tyrolean Modernism Siegfried Mazagg and the Berghof in Seefeld In: ARCHALP, vol. 11 / 2016, pp. 98-102. – ISSN 2039-1730
Neue Freiräume in Turin. Stadt- und Sozialraumanalyse, 2011, 
AV Akademikerverlag, Saarbrücken, ISBN 978-3-639-38302-7