|Born||May 26, 1946
Schwarzach im Pongau, Austria
|Practice||Krischanitz & Frank|
|Buildings||Museum Rietberg, Zurich, Switzerland (2007)|
Since 1992, he has been a professor of design and urban development at the Berlin University of the Arts.
Krischanitz has been a freelance architect in Vienna since 1979, the same year in which he co-founded the magazine UM BAU (About Building).
He served as the chairman of the Austrian Society for Architecture in 1982, and from 1991 to 1995 he was president of the Vienna Secession, a post first held by Gustav Klimt, one of the organization's co-founders.
In 2004 he became a partner and managing director of the architecture firm Krischinatz & Frank.
- 1992: Kunsthalle Wien project space, Vienna
- 1992–95: Kunsthalle Krems, reconstruction of a former tobacco factory
- 1992–96: Lauder Chabad Campus in Vienna 
- 2002–07: Museum Rietberg, additional complex (in co-operation with Alfred Grazioli)
- 2008: Temporary Kunsthalle Berlin 
- 2008–10: 20er Haus in Vienna, reconstruction of the Austrian pavilion at the Expo 58 in Brussels
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