Christian Veddeler is an Associate Director at UNStudio in Amsterdam where he is responsible for the design and execution of several international projects. Currently he is lead architect for the Singapore University of Technology and Design project. In close collaboration with Ben van Berkel, he was in charge of a series of pavilion projects focusing on integral and emergent design processes, such as the Holiday Home at UPenn's ICA, the Changing Room for the Venice Biennale, the Burnham Pavilion in Chicago, the New Amsterdam Pavilion in New York City and the Motion Matters Series at Harvard GSD, Aedes Berlin and the Maxxi in Rome.
His continuous involvement in academia includes numerous teaching assignments, amongst others at TU Delft, the Berlage Institute and the University of Illinois in Chicago. As a visiting professor at the Staedelschule in Frankfurt, Germany, Christian Veddeler is presently leading the Advanced Architecture Design Programme with a focus on system thinking in architecture.
He is a registered architect and has received a Master of Science degree in Architecture with honours from Delft University of Technology.
Christian will be joining Ben van Berkel in the instruction of UNStudio’s Option Studio.