Adam Vukmanov received his master degree in architecture with honours in Greg Lynn's master class at University of Applied Arts (dieAngewandte), Vienna, in June 2009. Working between both educational and practical filed, Adam is currently running his own practice (VAD.AM) and in the same time teaching at several architectural schools. He is a Guest Lecturer at Center for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) in Copenhagen as well as at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Aesthetics (School of Architecture, Lund, Sweden). Previously, Adam has taught at Architectural Association Visiting school in Paris, EASA workshop in Greece and served as student-assistant in Greg Lynn studio. He was a visiting critique at Southern Californian Institute of Architecture, OTIS Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles, Bartlett School of Architecture London and Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. After his graduation, Adam became involved in façade and interior construction stage of Austrian Expo pavilion in Shanghai (design by Span-arch) and until July 2012 continued his career in London where he worked as Project Architect at Acme working on several large scale projects in UK and Gulf region. Adam's work has been widely published and has won several awards for his projects. In 2011 he has finished a six months Schindler residency program in Los Angeles (awarded by Museom of Applied Arts in Vienna - MAK) for independent research project in the team with Julia Koerner.