Oliver Irschitz was born in Kufstein, Tyrol, in 1972. He studied architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and in Barcelona, Spain, under the auspices of Prof. Enric Miralles. For many years, he has dedicated himself to innovative projects at the interface of real and virtual space. He develops multimedia and interdisciplanary presentation solutions that combine the expertise of artists, psychologists, scientists, technical experts, and IT specialists.
Irschitz has earned numerous awards for his projects, including the Adolf Loos State Prize in Design in 2003, the Red Dot Grand Prix, and the Red Dot Award for the iTable. In 2010, he designed an interactive exhibition for the Austrian pavilion at the World Expo in Shanghai that received the State Prize for Multimedia.
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