Indrė Umbrasaitė is a Lithuanian-born architect active in academia and practice. Indrė attended the M.K. Čiurlionis National School of Art in the field of Fine Arts, studied Interior Design and Architecture in Lithuania and Finland, and received a Master’s degree in Architecture from the Masterclass Zaha Hadid in Vienna (University of Applied Arts Vienna). Indrė worked in architectural offices in Vilnius, Salzburg and Vienna on a variety of competitions and realisations. She was Assistant Professor at Studio Kazuyo Sejima (Institute of Architecture, University of Applied Arts Vienna) and Lecturer at the Department for Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics (TU Vienna). Indrė is a collaborator at Climate Visions (MIT Boston) and partner at Studio SOL.
Georg Fassl is an Austrian architect active in practice, teaching and research. Georg attended the Ortwein-School of Arts and Design in the field of Interior and Furniture Design, received a diploma in Architecture from the Graz University of Technology with distinction and completed postgraduate studies, focusing on Spatial Design, at the Zurich University of the Arts. He worked in architectural offices in Graz, Berlin and Vienna, and was involved in the Institute of Architecture and Media (TU Graz) as well as the Digital Gnomonics research group (ETH Zurich/TU Vienna). Georg was University Assistant at the Department for Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics (TU Vienna), where he founded the Daedalus Observatory and Studio SOL.