Daniel Hoheneder

Daniel Hoheneder

Founder & CEO



Daniel Hoheneder, born in 1983, studied interior design at the ­university of Applied Sciences in Rosenheim and architecture at the Technische Universität München where he graduated in 2011.

In 2013, Daniel Hoheneder founded the start-up company Flissade with Lisbeth Fischbacher, based in Munich.

Daniel is focused on new forms of urban living concepts and flexible ­living spaces with an holistic view on architectural sustainability and on parametric processes for design and manufacturing in the future ­building sector.

Daniel and Lisbeth are also architects, with their office OACHA Architektur Denkmalpflege Bauforschung.

Since 2017 He has also been active in the preservation of regional traditional building culture and heritage preservation for the district of Rosenheim in Upper Bavaria.

More about Flissade

Articles featuring Daniel

Architects as Inventors: Creating a Product from Concept to Market

As architecture students, Daniel and Lisbeth had an idea for a room that can be used internally and externally. To do this, they designed a one-of-a-kind facade system and have spent the last five years bringing the concept to life as founders of Flissade. In the following interview Daniel describes the intensive process of creating […]

The Archipreneur Report #01 is out now

The AEC industry is on the cusp of a technological transformation which will reshape its future. Over recent decades, the traditionally structured attitude of the architecture and building industry has stunted its growth and natural tendency to explore new territory as innovative thinkers and city shapers. The Archipreneur Report focuses on new trends, business and […]

Products featuring Daniel

Report #01

Sensors for Cities
Architects as Inventors
UX for Space

In our first Archipreneur Insights issue we present several founders and industry leaders who are paving new ways of professional practice which creatively combine their architectural skillset with intersecting fields.

Quotes from Daniel

  • "When we started, no one was looking at the building industry, building products or architecture for startup opportunity."
  • "IP can be that critical piece that makes someone work with you or give you money."
  • "when you’re studying archi­tecture (...) No one tells you how to make money."
  • "We need better, more long- lasting products made by real workers and craftsman within short and sustainable supply chains."
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