Research Associate
Lisa Luksch, M.A. (TUM)

Room: 0335


Lisa Luksch studied architecture at the Technical University in Munich from 2014 to 2022. She completed her Master of Arts degree with distinction with her thesis on the equal use of street space at the Elisabethplatz public transport node in 2040 at the Chair of Chair of Urban Development of Prof. Alain Thierstein and at the Chair of Urban Design of Prof. Benedikt Boucsein. During her studies, she spent a year abroad at the Universiteit Antwerpen, majoring in urban architecture and urban design. Parallel to and after her bachelor studies, she worked in an architecture and urban planning office in Starnberg.

Between October 2020 and August 2022, she worked as a student assistant at the Chair of Architectural Theory and Curatorial Practice of Prof. Andres Lepik and realized the one-week accompanying program to the exhibition "Who's Next? Homelessness, Architecture and the City" at the Architekturmuseum der TUM and then worked as a curatorial assistant on the anniversary exhibition of the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. 

She has been a research assistant at Prof. Lepik's department since August 2022 and is currently curating the exhibition "Das Kranke(n)haus. How Architecture Helps to Heal" together with TUM Visiting Professor Prof. Tanja C. Vollmer, which will open in July 2023.