Markus Hudert studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences in Coburg, Germany and completed his postgraduate studies in conceptual architectural design at the Städelschule in Frankfurt in 2002. From 2003 to 2006 he lived in the Netherlands, where he worked for the renowned practices UNStudio and Benthem Crouwel Architects.
From 2006 until 2013, Hudert was a postgraduate research and teaching assistant at the IBOIS Laboratory for Timber Constructions at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. Following the completion and submission of his doctoral thesis “Timberfabric: Applying Textile Assembly Principles for Wood Construction in Architecture”, he took on his current role of postdoctoral fellow at the University of Braunschweig.
In addition to conducting numerous invited lectures and conference talks, he has enjoyed tenures as a visiting lecturer at UdK Berlin and the University of Innsbruck. He has also served as a guest critic at the Städelschule Architecture Class (SAC) in Frankfurt, the Münster School of Architecture (MAS) and the Peter Behrens School of Arts in Düsseldorf. His work has been exhibited at Lausanne Town Hall, swissnex China and the Swiss Pavilion at EXPO 2010 in Shanghai.
As part of the ongoing Timber Project exhibition, it is currently spending time travelling within and outside of Europe. Hudert has published widely on topics related to his doctoral research and beyond.