Markus Klausecker, founding member of hochform. Architekten, together with Thomas Schwed and Wolfgang Ruthensteiner, completed his degree in architecture at the TU Graz, and took the exam for civil engineering (Ziviltechnikerprüfung) in Vienna.
In the team of hochform. he is responsible for the technical und formally high-end implementation of projects – currently, i.a. the conversion of the listed former k.u.k. Postzentrale in the city center of Vienna, the extension and conversion of Lehndorfer Hof in Vienna-Floridsdorf, as well as a hotel project in Cologne.
In the years of 2001 to 2014, Markus Klausecker supervised the overall project management of complex buildings in new-built and refurbishment for the Vienna branch of Architektur Consult (Domenig-Eisenköck-Peyker). One special focus of his work lies in historic preservation in cooperation with various usage requirement, as well as residential and office buildings, theatres and business centers.
This way, he was a significant part of the planning and execution of the T-Center Vienna, as well as the conversion and extension of the shopping mall Fischapark in Wiener Neustadt.
Further on, he was responsible for several cooperations with renowned architectural offices, i.a. as project architect of BMW Welt Munich with COOP HIMMELB(L)AU. He acquired special expertise with the realization of theatre projects. After the planning and execution of the extension and conversion of the listed establishment Ronacher in Vienna, together with Domenig Wallner, under his lead the Musiktheater Linz was successfully realized after the designs of architect Terry Pawson.