Gustav Düsing (born 1984, Münster, Germany) studied architecture at the Architectural Association in London and currently works in Berlin. He has developed a diverse portfolio of work, ranging from small scale institutional buildings to large infrastructural concepts and architectural installations. He has participated in numerous art and architecture exhibitions including the Venice Biennale (2015), and the first ever Antarctic Biennale (2017). As an Assistant Professor of architecture he teaches at the Technical University Braunschweig and at the UDK Berlin, serving as a unit master at the Architectural Association Visiting School Melbourne in 2016. Throughout his work Gustav Düsing explores the translation of natural phenomena into spatial concepts with the aim of finding new ways for architecture to interface with environments that are increasingly under strain by humanity’s modes of habitation.