Andrea Gassner (1975), 1993 – 1998 trained at the Schule für Gestaltung/graphic design class, St. Gallen (CH), graduated with distinction and holds the Swiss certificate of competence in graphic design; 2000 – 2002 took “the graduate programme in graphic design”, which she completed as a Master of Fine Art, Breda (NL); winner of several international awards; teaches at Würzburg University of Applied Sciences and at Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences; from 2010 partner of Atelier Gassner KG; since 2015 member of AGI – Alliance Graphique Internationale; 2018 Founding of Atelier Andrea Gassner.
Jury activities: 2010 – DAM Architectural Book Award Frankfurt; 2013 – TEC Zurich; 2015 – Magazine review Archithese Zurich; 2014 – 2017 LAVA Design Awards; 2013 – 2019 Commissioner for the State of Vorarlberg; 2020 – 100 best posters D/A/CH; 2022 – IBK International Lake Constance Conference Promotional Award
Membership: AGI – Alliance Graphique Internationale, DDC – German Designer Club and Design Austria
Marcel Bachmann (1977) completed training as textile printer, 1996 – 2000 trained in graphic design at the Schule für Gestaltung in Ravensburg (D), completing his studies with distinction – diploma in graphic and information design; since 2000 staff member at Atelier Gassner KG; since 2018 staff member at Atelier Andrea Gassner.
Christopher Walser (1988) 2008 - 2013 bachelor and master degree in InterMedia, University of Applied Sciences, Vorarlberg; 2013 internship with “Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann”, Vienna; since 2014 staff member at Atelier Gassner KG; since 2018 staff member at Atelier Andrea Gassner.
Kristina Camloh (1994) 2013 – 2014 Foundation diploma in Art and Design at UCA, Epsom (UK); 2014 – 2018 trained at UAL London College of Communication, London (UK), graduated with First-Class Honours Bachelor degree in Graphic and Media Design, in addition obtained Diploma of Professional Studies for a year of international internships; 2018 – 2021 designer at »Holmes Wood«, London; since 2021 staff member at Atelier Andrea Gassner.
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Alberto Alessi (1964) is architect with atelier in Zurich and lecturer in design and theory of architecture at the University of Liechtenstein and at the HSLU Lucerne. He studied at the Politecnico di Milano, the ETH Zurich and the École d’Architecture Paris-Villemin. Numerous publications, including Heinz Tesar, Italy now?, Singular Plural and Jo Coenen. As curator he designed the international exhibitions Costruire Identità? (Rome), Architetture di Passaggio (10th Biennale di Architettura di Venezia) and Italy now? Country_Positions in Architecture (Cornell University Ithaca - ETH Zurich).
Reinhard Gassner (1950) opened his own design office in Feldkich in 1976 – from 1987 in Schlins/Vorarlberg; from 1996 to 1999 external consultant and design head of the InterMedia course at the University of Applied Sciences, Dornbirn/Vorarlberg; Gassner’s works have received many international awards and have been widely published; in addition to regular commissions, Gassner also works internationally as a curator, lecturer and author; member of the Austrian professional association Design Austria and of the Alliance Graphique Internationale AGI; from 2010 partner in Atelier Gassner KG.
Marko Sauer (1974) studied German philology, history, education and architecture. He worked for three years as a project architect with Staufer & Hasler in Frauenfeld. Subsequently, he was an assistant director at the Hochbauamt of the City of St.Gallen and from 2013 to 2016, a journalist at TEC21. In addition, since 2013 he has been a freelance publicist with articles in various professional journals and daily papers, as well as diverse book projects. From 2016 to 2017, director of Spacespot. Since 2018 editor-in-chief of Modulør.