Andreas Kofler is an architect, urbanist, and freelance writer. Originally from Italy’s German-speaking province of South Tyrol, he graduated from the Technical University of Vienna in 2005. Since then, he has worked for several offices: STAR, TD, OMA/AMO, l’AUC, and Dominique Perrault’s DPA, before co-founding Weltgebraus with Marcello Tavone in 2013. Most of his projects imply a multidisciplinary declension, including work on Greater Paris (DPA), Greater Moscow (l’AUC), Prada (AMO), and the exhibition The Image of Europe (TD/AMO) for the European Union. He loves fonts, regularly writes for L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui and is currently teaching at the ENSA Versailles.