Adam Vukmanov is an architect, lecturer and founder on Atelier Vukmanov. After receiving his master degree in architecture (with honors) in Greg Lynn's studio, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, he worked with Span-arch on design and construction of Austrian Expo pavilion in Shanghai, and until July 2012 continued his career in London as Project Architect at Acme, completing designs for several large scale projects in UK and Gulf region. Currently, Adam is teaching Digital Culture Seminar at Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. In 2014, for two semesters Adam was a CIEE Global AD Academic Coordinator and Design Studio Leader at Architectural Institute in Prague (ARCHIP). Previously, he has taught design workshops at Center for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) in Copenhagen, Department of Theoretical and Applied Aesthetics (School of Architecture, Lund, Sweden) and Architectural Association Visiting school in Paris among few. He was a guest critique at Southern Californian Institute of Architecture, OTIS Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles, Bartlett School of Architecture in London and Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. In 2011 he has finished a six months MAK Schindler residency program in Los Angeles with independent research project and exhibition.