Marlene Wagner


Dipl. Ing., Architektur

„I strongly believe in the responsibility of research and teaching to continuously negotiate and create space by exploring new partnerships and forms of engagement, to assist in the development of alternative strategies and networks.”

External lecturer

Faculty of Architecture and Planning
Vienna University of Technology

External lecturer
buildCollective NPO
Multidisciplinary Design & Human Research, Fakultät für Informatik, TU Wien
FH Campus Wien



Curriculum vitae Marlene Wagner

Dipl.Ing. Marlene Wagner, born 1981 in Klagenfurt, graduated architecture at the Vienna University of Technology in 2010 and is a founding member of the not for profit organisation buildCollective for architecture and development. In cooperation with NGOs, universities and grassroots organizations, she realized a variety of educational buildings and infrastructure such as the Mzamba Bridge in Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Marlene works, teaches and researches on formal and non-formal spatial practices, alternative urban and architectural production, sustainable process of mediation, methodology and participation.