Jonathan Lutter

Jonathan Lutter

Co-Founder

URBANAUTS

Vienna

Jonathan Lutter is one of the Co-Founder of URBANAUTA and KOHLMAYR LUTTER KNAPP.

URBANAUTS was founded and is run by KOHLMAYR LUTTER KNAPP | OFFICE FOR SYSTEMIC DESIGN, a design agency based in Vienna. Following a post-structuralist perspective, their credo is the creation of systems not buildings.

Articles featuring Jonathan Lutter

Archipreneur Interview: KOHLMAYR LUTTER KNAPP, Architects & Hotel Entrepreneurs

Welcome to the new interview series at archipreneur.com with architects who are doing interesting things. The series will highlight people who have taken their architectural degrees and followed an alternative or entrepreneurial career path. The kick off interviewees are three young architects from Vienna – Theresia Kohlmayr, Christian Knapp, and Jonathan Lutter. The guys are still practicing architecture with their […]

5 Ideas to Start Out as an Archipreneur

The idea behind being an Archipreneur is very appealing. As an Archipreneur, you are in charge of building a business from your architectural skill set, so freeing yourself from the demands of your current job and creating the things that you truly love. In this article, I will share 5 ideas that will kick-start your […]

How 3 Young Architects Develop a New Generation of City Hotels

Three young architects from Vienna have built a new boutique hotel business. They convert empty street-level shops into urban street lofts for travelers. Their start-up URBANAUTS is expanding fast, providing a unique experience for urban travelers. Transforming Cities and Authentic Travel Experience Finding alternative places to stay instead of booking a hotel while visiting a […]

Quotes from Jonathan Lutter

  • "One thing that turned out to be a good advice for us is to stay hungry and foolish."
  • "The core skill of this profession is solution- oriented thinking. These conditions form a great opportunity to fulfill the next evolutionary step architecture has to take."
  • "Architecture should still be seen as a liberal or independent profession, the way it was seen at it’s origin."
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