Michael Grugl

Assistant Professor

Michael Grugl is an Austrian innovator and architect. After receiving his first innovation award at age 16, he studied at the Technical University Vienna, from which he holds a MArch (Diplomingenieur für Architektur). He is a former member of Architekturwerkstatt Freistadt, a group focused on the adaptive reuse of historical buildings. Between 2004 and 2012 he was a partner at Any:time Architects in Linz, Austria and Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2007 he co-created the Pixel Hotel, a built and operational urban intervention for Linz09 in Europe. The project was featured in the inaugural issue of the Interior Architecture department's Int/AR journal and won several international awards. In 2012 Grugl co-developed the Monolith, a solar-powered thermodynamic system for domestic heating and hot water provision. He currently heads Sixtus Partners, an architecture firm in Linz, Austria.

Fall 2022

  • INTAR-2304-01 Structures & Materials For Adaptive Reuse
  • INTAR-23ST-04 Advanced Design Studios

Summer 2022

  • INTAR-2356-02 Summer Studio In Scandinavia
  • INTAR-2357-02 Scandinavian Design and Architecture

Wintersession 2023

  • INTAR-2334-01 Virtual Spatial Morphologies
  • INTAR-8900-03 ISP Major

Spring 2023

  • INTAR-2362-01 Adaptive Reuse Design Studio
  • INTAR-2363-01 Grad Adaptive Reuse Seminar
  • INTAR-3353-01 Crossing The Pell: Access
  • INTAR-8900-01 ISP Major