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(*1961 in Salzburg)

established Berger + Parkkinen Architekten together with Tiina Parkkinen in 1995. He studied architecture at the Technical University and at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. He received the “master-school-award” in 1987, and was awarded with the Academic Degree with Honours in 1989. Together with Werner Krismer and Sepp Müller he has his first competition success in 1990 for the Albert-Schultz Ice Rink in Vienna. The building was inaugurated in 1995 for the Ice-hockey World Championship and awarded with the IAKS silver medal in 1997.

From 1994 to 1998 he was assisting professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, where he worked closely with Massimiliano Fuksas and Timo Penttilä.In 2012 he was visiting professor at the Technical University of Vienna. Since 2013 chairman of the Timo Penttilä Society; since 2015 member of the architecture advisory board of the Austrian Federal Real Estate Company(Big) and since 2017 chairman.