Christian J. Lange is a German architect and Senior Lecturer of Architecture in the Department of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. He teaches Architectural Design III and gives courses and seminars in the Visual communication sequence.
He received his Master’s of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in 2003 and his Diploma in Architecture from the HTWK Leipzig, Germany in 2001. From 2002 to 2003 Christian Lange was a scholar of the German academic exchange Service, DAAD, Germany. He is the recipient of the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize and a William Kinne Fellows Prize, both from Columbia University.
He previously has taught Design Studios in collaboration with Professor Lars Spuybroek at the College of architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta and has served as an assistant instructor to Professor Karl Chu at Columbia University and Pratt Institute in New York. Christian J. Lange has worked in the offices of Foster and Partners, London, METAXY, Los Angeles/ New York, Sauerbruch Hutton Architects, Berlin and Eisenman Architects, New York.
His main research is focused on Digital Design and Digital Fabrication. Lange is a registered architect at the Chamber of Architects Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. In 2006 he co-founded Rocker-Lange Architects with Ingeborg M. Rocker, a research and design practice that currently has projects in Germany and China.