Adam Somlai-Fischer
Since 2003
Works in Budapest Hungary

Adam Somlai-Fischer (Szabolcs) 1976 Budapest), an architect and interaction researcher, founding partner of Aether Architecture (together with Péter Hudini(hu) and Anita Pozna(hu)) is designing interactive architectural projects. Aether’s work has been recently exhibited both at ISEA 2004 in Helsinki and at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, and published in European design magazines including the upcoming special issue, 4DSpace, focusing on interactive architecture by Architectural Design, UK.

Graduated from the Architecture + Urban Research Laboratory, KTH, Stockholm, Adam has been teaching at the Architecture and Media technology departments at KTH, working as a guest researcher at the Smart Studio, Interactive Institute in Stockholm, and currently collaborating with the Media Research Centre at the Department of Sociology and Communications, BUTE, Budapest. His thesis, Mediated Spaces, looking into how new technologies of connectivity have altered architecture, has received international publicity.