Gustav Düsing (born 1984, Münster, Germany) studied architecture at the Architectural Association (AADipl. RIBA II) in London and currently lives and works in Berlin. Gustav Düsing developed a diverse portfolio of work, ranging from small scale institutional buildings to large infrastructural concepts and architectural installations. From 2011 to 2014 he worked for Barkow Leibinger where he has been involved in projects including "Loom Hyperbolic" as part 4th Marrakech Bienale and the American Academy Fellow's Pavilion in Berlin. He frequently collaborates with artists and has been an invited guest critique in diploma schools at the Architectural Association (AA) and the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. In 2015 he co-founded Gustav Düsing & Max Hacke as a collaborative studio and in 2017 he was invited to join the first ever Antarctic-Biennale. He holds a teaching and research position in architecture at the Technical University Braunschweig under Prof. Volker Staab and is a lecturer at the UDK Berlin. In 2016 he was a unit master at the Architectural Association Visiting School Melbourne.