Wolfgang Höhl

Wolfgang Höhl

München, , Germany

About Wolfgang Höhl

Wolfgang Höhl was born and grew up in Vienna, Austria.

He worked as an architect in Vienna, London and Hamburg. Today he is an Assistant Professor for 3D Computer Graphics in Munich, Germany.


Doctorate at Leibniz Universität Hannover. Kindly supported by VALIE EXPORT at Academy of Media Arts, Cologne.

Degreed Engineer in Architecture at Vienna University of Technology

During my studies I worked with Roland Goeschl and Ingeborg Pluhar. VALIE EXPORT kindly supported the work on my doctoral thesis.

The architect Helmut Richter was the adviser of my diploma thesis. He pointed me to the works of Karl R. Popper, Rudolf Carnap, Otto Neurath and other members of the "Wiener Kreis" (Vienna Circle).

I was mainly influenced by the works of the "Wiener Gruppe" (H. C. Artmann, Friedrich Achleitner, Konrad Bayer, Gerhard Rühm and Oswald Wiener).

As an author for architectural magazines in the late 90ies I had face-to-face contact with Friedrich Achleitner and Peter Weibel.

The center of my work lies in the engagement with space, light, colour, moment, point of view and its possibilities and impossibilities of spatial projection.

Today I am working with different media and techniques (3D computer graphics, linocut, gouache, pencil sketches and digital photography).


Light, Space and Moment (2019) was awarded with a honorable mention at International Photography Awards 2020 (IPA)

The animated movie "Switchable Nanoparticles" was nominated for ACGA Award 2016 at PIXELVienna in the category "Best Foreign Production".

He was rewarded with the "Design & Nature Award 2004" by the Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT)

Nominated for the "Inge-Morath-Award 2006" for scientific journalism with his contribution on "Augmented Reality for Architectural Visualization".


Participation in Swiss Art Expo | Zurich . August 15th – 19th, 2019

[uˈtɔpɔs] ou-topos | οὐ-τόπος (2016) . a catalogue for an exhibition that never happened . Book publication (German Edition)

The animated movie "Marble Spaceship" won the second prize at Fast Forward Science Award 2015 in the category "Untitled". The movie was exhibited at ZKM_Media Lounge in Karlsruhe from December 4th, 2015 – February 28th, 2016.

"Werkzeug ohne Maßstab" (1991) - Exhibition at the summer workshop "Landscape and Architecture" at Haus der Architektur, Graz. Directed by the architects Jan Gezelius and Konrad Frey.

"Definitionen" (1990) - An exhibition on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of Vienna University of Technology at the Institute for Art and Design, kindly supported by Em. o. Univ. Prof. Roland Goeschl and Ass. Prof. Ingeborg Pluhar.

"Gelesene Bilder" (1985) - Exhibition and Poetry Lecture, together with Raimund Spilar, Kyu Sperling and Georg Staudacher at Café Krise, Vienna.