cdmbarlieb is a licensed architecture design practice founded by Christophe Barlieb cybercrafting the Anthropocene. The studio investigates phenomena meshing human-machine-material agencies shaping new modes of living.
Christophe Barlieb is a cybercraft architect specializing in architecture design, fabrication, media theories, and practices. Co-founder of Meyk i.Gr., a new decentralized cyber manufacturing platform. Author of ‘Cybercraft: Das neue Paradigma,’ co-editor of ‘Media Agency – Neue Ansätze zur Medialität in der Architektur.’ Best known for the Green Desert Mine, Whispering Wind, and Vardø Arks projects.
Full Professor at the Cybercraft Lab teaching and researching Design and Construction in VR/AR, OTH Regensburg, Faculty of Architecture and Regensburg School of Digital Sciences. Former Professor of Architecture Media at the Technical University of Berlin.
Awards include the Bavarian State Award for the Robotik Toolbox (W5 & TU Berlin) and the Académie des Beaux-Arts of France’s Grand Prix d’Architecture – Prix André Arfvidson. Exhibitor at Venice Biennial of Architecture, the Grand Palais, the Deutsches Architekturmuseum, and Israel Festival Jerusalem.
Collaborator to Raimund Abraham on the Austrian Cultural Forum and the Musikerhaus.
Alma mater, Pratt Institute.
Board member of CyberCraft Institute e. V., a German non-profit association promoting research and knowledge of Cybercrafts.
Board member of Fieldstations e. V., a German non-profit association promoting research and knowledge of the Anthropocene.
sense, adapt, create!