Born 1968 in Germany, educated in Germany and Switzerland.
Studied at Central Saint Martins school of art, London and design and at the Architectural Association, London. Taught in the intermediate school at the AA from 2000 to 2007. Co-founder and director of public works.
Andreas Lang was a member of the Interim Management Group, which governed the Architectural Association during the academic year of 2004/05. He was a curator of the 'Alternative practice research cluster' at the Architectural Association.
Andreas Lang has lectured and run workshops widely across Europe as well as internationally in Johannesburg, South Africa and Iran.
International Village Shop, Colchester Inn, Rhyzom, Kunst Station Triemli, Whitechapel Gift Shop, Folkestonomy, Wick Curiosity Shop, Banco de repente, DIY Regeneration, Folk Float, Mobile Porch, Park Products
Park Products Brochure, TAUSCHZEIT. wer kann was?, FIRST EVER VILLAGE KIOSK PRODUCT CATALOGUE, FEAST Shopopolis, Christiania and Christiania Researcher in Residence (CRIR), A tour guide of the Olympic Site, On the search for the Research Centre, Mapping onsite & online, Architecture as Extended Social Space, Mapping Relational Spaces, setting a setting, east:mount:zine, PRINTERS PARADISE, Can you show me the space, works we likew to show and questions we ask ourselves, URBAN ACT. A handbook for alternative practices, Shelf Life, RSA Art for Architecture, Open space. Art in the public realm in London 1995 – 2005, DIY Regeneration, ATLAS. Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdipendent World, DesignArt, Folkestone Triennal. Tales of Time and Spaces, Future Gallery, Group Process, Kunst und Bau. Profil, Programm, Prozess und Publikum, Parasite Paradise, The cat came as a tomato, Trans-Local-Act. Cultural practices within and across, Triangle. Variety of experience around artists' workshops and residencies, Two Minds. Artists and Architects in Collaboration, Urban Miracles / Urban Wunder, Union Press, Locating the Producers, Venice Takeaway: Ideas to Change British Architecture