Paul Clemens Bart
Paul Clemens Bart is a German architect, designer and educator, currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
Paul holds a Masters of Science in Architecture (Dipl. Ing. Univ. eqv.) from Technical University of Munich and a Masters of Architecture from the Design Research Lab at the Architectural Association in London. His ongoing research and design ambitions focuses on emergent technologies in architecture and industrial design, the digital methodology relating both professions, and their application in performance-orientated, mobile and ecological building systems. Currently, Paul is holding a Visiting Professorship at Universidad International SEK in Quito, Ecuador and as Student Instructor at the Indiana University KSB. He is a frequently invited speaker and teaching instructor at UCL The Bartlett London and TU Munich; and at multiple international conferences including DETAIL Congress for Transformation or Ars Electronica IID Linz. His award winning work has been widely published, patented and exhibited, including the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show, the 13th Architectural Biennale in Venice and the Nesta Future Fest London. It has been featured by major architectural blogs and media, such as WIRED, Financial Times, ArchDaily, Autodesk Redshift and DETAIL Magazine. Paul is a co-founder of the design and research collaborative BART//BRATKE, working at the intersection between future mobility and architectural research. Previously he has been holding leading industry and academic positions at Zaha Hadid Architects in London, L.A.V.A. Asia-Pacific and Berlin, and the German Institute for Science and Technology in Singapore.