Julia Körner is recent faculty member at AUD UCLA, where she holds a position as Lecturer in Greg Lynn SUPRASTUDIO. She received her Masters degree in architecture with distinction in Greg Lynn’s master-class at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria. Furthermore, Julia completed her postgraduate master of science at the Architectural Association in London in emergent technologies and design. For five years Julia collaborated with Ross Lovegrove Studio, London, where she held a senior architectural assistant position; she was involved in major industrial design projects worldwide including Cosmic Series - Red Dot design award winning Lights for Artemide.
Julia has also worked for architects in New York and Austria. Recent research include the collaboration with fashion designer Iris van Herpen for the Haute Couture Show in Paris 2012. Julia has taught academic workshops at University of Applied Arts in Vienna and the Architectural Association visiting school in Paris with architects including Jorge Ayala, Hernan Diaz Alonso and Peter Cook. Since 2010 she has been visiting professor at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Aesthetics at Lund University, Sweden. Further she has been guest critique at SciArc Southern Californian Institute of Architecture and OTIS Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.
She won several prizes including the TISCHE-Scholarship, MAK Schindler Scolarship Architects in residency program for independent research project in Los Angeles and recently the Architektur-Preis Land- Salzburg scholarship, a one year grant for research project Tangible Data.