Stephan Henrich´s work is located at the section of architecture, narration, design and robotics. He runs his office in Stuttgart.

Henrich studied architecture and urban design at Universität Stuttgart, Germany and Ecole d´Architecture de Paris Belleville, France. In 2003 he won the first price international TORMAX-competition. In 2005 Henrich was associated to R&Sie(n) research/exhibition-project “I´ve heard about”, that has been showed at Musée des Arts Moderns, MAM/Paris. He won the AED-Neuland-Award in 2005. In 2006 he taught at the Architectural Association London (Summer School) with Iassen Markov and Stephan Trüby. He worked for and with engineering and architecture firms like Schlaich Bergermann und Partner, Stuttgart, R&Sie(n) Paris, Raumlabor Berlin, Jürgen Mayer H, Berlin and was associated to R&Sie+Ds for the Venice Architectural Biennale 2008. In 2008 Henrich was guest-teaching at die Angewandte in Vienna with Francois Roche and Marc Fornes and in 2009 at USC in LA with Francois Roche and Marc Fornes. In 2009 he was associate to the research/exhibition-project “Une Architecture Des Humeurs” by R&Sie(n), shown at LeLaboratoire, Paris; Tinguely Museum, Basel (in “Roboter Träume”, R&Sie(n) and Stephan Henrich) and at Kunsthaus Graz. In 2009 he was awarded for a concept bike in IBDC, Taiwan. In 2010 he was associate of R&Sie for the Venice Architectural Biennale and in 2010/11 Visiting Associate Professor at Universtiy of Southern California in Los Angeles, and cofounding Lab M4. In 2010/11 he was fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. In 2011 he was guest teaching at Cornell University, NY with Francois Roche and did design and project-managing (robotic handwriting) for Philippe Parreno´s (Paris) movie „Marilyn“. In 2013 he taught the Post-Professional Program (PPD) at U-Penn, Philadelphia, ( F. Roche, S. Henrich) and was guest-profassor at Innsbruck University ( F. Roche, S. Henrich) in 2014/15.

Stephan Henrich lectured at AdbK Nürnberg, École nationale supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais, Städelschule, Frankfurt and University of Pennsilvania, Philadelphia, DDU at Darmstadt University and at the Solidthinking Converge Europe`17 in Essen.
Stephan Henrich is developing robotic processes automatizing the production of architectonic structures and is specialized in Additive Design. Recently he developed the 3D-Cocooner as a partner of FESTO´s Bionic Learning Network.





FESTO Corporate Bionic Projects, Knippers Helbig Advanced Engineering, Altair Engineering, TBA21 Vienna, Atelier Philippe Parreno, Bosch, LeLaboratoire Paris, Fraunhofer IAO, Visiotech GmbH, Schlaich Bergermann und Partner, Theater Rampe, Bureau Baubotanik, Buero Achter April, InfoWerk GmbH, Luxury Technology Augsburg

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