Studio LNMSCH is a Vienna-based Research & Design Studio exploring the spatial-aesthetic possibilities of time-based composition and digital technologies within architecture, design, and the plastic arts.
Lenia Mascha is a practicing architect, researcher, and educator based in Vienna. She is a member of the Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, teaching at studio Hani_Rashid, and conducting interdisciplinary research on architectural design and environmental acoustics.
Previously, she has taught design studios at the Institute of Urban Design at the University of Innsbruck led by Prof. Peter Trummer and organized the IoA Travelling Workshop at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Lenia has gained professional experience that ranges from research and writing to employing computational design strategies for large-scale construction with architectural offices Asymptote Architecture, Chalabi Architects, and Berger+Parkkinen Associated Architects, where she has been a senior design architect for over seven years, working on numerous awarded cultural and civic projects in Europe.
Lenia studied architecture in Vienna, Berlin, and Thessaloniki, and holds a postgraduate master’s degree in Urban Strategies from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and an architecture diploma from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.