graduated with Wolf D. Prix from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and founded the next ENTERprise Architects together with Ernst J. Fuchs in 2000. The internationally active office combines a broad spectrum of work, from concrete building tasks, installations, exhibition design and experimental interventions in urban space to urban development concepts. Internationally recognized projects include the open-air stage Wolkenturm Grafenegg near Vienna or the lakeside resort Kaltern in Italy. Most recently, the museum of the Heidi Horten Collection was opened in Vienna. Her work has been awarded the Hans Hollein Art Prize for Architecture, among other prizes. Since 2018, Harnoncourt-Fuchs has been teaching as a professor at the University of Kassel.
Architecture students design and realize pavilions in Scharnstein on the grounds of the Center for Buddhist Studies, which invite you to find peace and quiet.
(Original title: Gomde: Orte des Wandels)