Photo credit:  Elfie Semotan

Photo credit: Elfie Semotan

Gregor Eichinger was born in Austria and studied architecture in Vienna where many of his passions were born.


When Led Zeppelin’s first LP was released he was twelve. 
Gregor was thirteen when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. 
When Gregor saw the science fiction film Blade Runner for the first time he was 26.


Gregor was professor for architecture at the ETH in Zurich, Switzerland.

Now he teaches in Germany at the Academy of fine arts in Munich and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.

He was giving talks at the Sci-Arc in Los Angeles, California, teached as a guest professor at the PBSA Düsseldorf, Germany and the Academy of fine arts, Vienna. He gave a variety of lectures with titles like “On The Shadows Of Citys” - “Funktion.Emotion” - “Vienna Coffeehouses” - “Touch Me!” etc in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, England and the United States.