Moritz Mungenast

Moritz Mungenast

Co-Founder

3F Studio

Munich

Moritz Mungenast is a founder of 3F Studio and responsible for its business development.

2009 he started his academic work at the TU Munich with which he aims to develop architectural solutions that reduce building technology and simplify the construction processes through digital tools.

In conjunction with his teaching activities with visiting professor Jacob van Rijs, Stefan Behnisch and Charles Walker amongst others, he started his doctorate and directs the area of research „3D Printed Building Envelope“, which examines the potential of additive manufacturing in architecture. He initiated the TUM Group „Additive Manufacturing in Construction“ (AMC) and is a regular speaker at universities, companies and conferences.

Moritz Mungenast worked after his architectural studies, which he completed at the TU Kaiserslautern, EPFL Lausanne, UPC Barcelona and TU Munich, from 2003-11 as an architect at Shigeru Ban Architects Paris and Auer + Weber Munich.

Articles featuring Moritz Mungenast

The Archipreneur Insights Report 03 is out now

The Archipreneur Insights Report 03 covers key aspects, tools, people and companies which drive innovation within architecture and the built environment. In the Archipreneur Insights Report 03 we explore 3D printing in architecture with features about the design-driven tech companies Aectual from Amsterdam and 3F Studio from Munich. Both focus on digitally printed architectural products. […]

Products featuring Moritz Mungenast

Report #03

3D Printing Architecture,
Future of Education &
Pritzker Prize and more…

In the third edition of Archipreneur Insights we explore 3D Printing in Architecture, Future of Architectural Education and the Pritzker Prize, Architect and Developer, Websites for Architects, Business Skills for Architects and much more…

Quotes from Moritz Mungenast

  • "3D printing was not only about creating a crazy, new form in architecture but as well, creating multifunctionality out of one piece, out of one material, and in one production step."
  • "I’m proud that we are thinking out of the box and developing new materials for the building industry in the respect of sustainability."
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