Wiebke Schlüter studied architecture at RWTH Aachen University and L’Università della Sapienza in Rome, graduating from RWTH in 2002. After completing her studies she worked in numerous practices, including BeL Sozietät für Architektur in Cologne, Stephan Taylor Architects in London and Nicola di Battista in Rome. In 2019, she founded her own office, SWSTUDIO. She has taught as Assistant Professor of Constructive Design with Univ.-Prof. Mirko Baum at RWTH, as Assistant Professor of Architectural Space and Design at Karlsruher Institut of Technologie with Prof. Marc Frohn, and lectured at Peter Behrens School of Arts, Düsseldorf. She now lectures at HFT Stuttgart.
Tim Panzer studied architecture at RWTH, graduating with distinction in 2012. During and after his studies he worked for various offices, including Benthem Crowel, Nicolic-Döring, Brück-Dürkop and FaR, before co-founding the office Current Practice in 2018. He has taught as Assistant Professor of Construction, Planning and Realization with Prof. Sabine Brück and Prof.i.V.Ir. Fred Humblé at RWTH, and currently teaches as Assistant Professor of Architectural Space and Design at KIT with Prof. Marc Frohn. Tim is co-devolper of the web based archive architecturalreferences.online with Prof. Frohn. With him and Federico Perugini they contributed the Arch+ Exibition 'Cohabitation'.
Matthias Hoffmann studied architecture at RWTH Aachen University, UPC Barcelona and TU Vienna, graduating with distinction from RWTH in 2011. After completing his studies, he worked at BeL Sozietät für Architektur, Cologne, where he was responsible for several realized projects and competitions. In 2016 he founded his own office, MHO.
He graduated with distinction in Arno Brandlhuber's postgraduate master class 'Architecture and urban research' at the Academy of Fine Arts Nürnberg. He taught as Assistant Professor of Architectural Space and Design at KIT with Professor Marc Frohn and lectured at Peter Behrens School of Arts, Düsseldorf. Currently he is lecturing at Münster School of Architecture.