Christoph Lueder has been practicing, researching and teaching architecture and urban design for nearly 20 years. He has taught and lectured at various institutions in Germany, Switzerland and the UK including the University of Stuttgart, the ETH Zürich, Canterbury School of Architecture and the Deutsche Architektur Museum.
Christoph has been project leader for Behnisch & Partners for an urban masterplan and housing development in Ingolstadt, which was completed in 1997. In 1998, he won a competition for the new University Library in Magdeburg, Germany with the architectural practice of Auer + Weber + Architekten; he was the project leader for the project, which was completed in 2003. He also led a project team for a housing development in Anting New Town, Shanghai, China.
Christoph Lueder has co-authored a report on urbanism “Schlieren/ZH, Dynamische Instrumente für die Peripherie”, with M. Angelil and colleagues at the ETH Zürich. His work has been published in various architectural journals. Recent articles include, Thinking between diagram and image: the ergonomics of abstraction and imitation. arq: Architectural Research Quarterly.