Tobias Klein is the principal of Studio Tobias Klein, a practice operating in a style of architecture which spans across the fields of art and installation, experimental design, interactivity and urbanism. Trained internationally as an architect, Klein's work maintains a fascination with the construct of space while continually questioning its modern interpretation. His works constantly evolves between static and dynamic models, shifting from objects to installations to design. His work is linked to his academic research at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, where Tobias Klein holds the position of Studio Master of Dip 1.
His work has been internationally exhibited at locations including 2012 and 2010 ARAM Gallery, 2010 Venice Architectural Biennale and 2006 Royal Academy Summer Show - where he was the winner of the student prize. Recent shows include 2012 Solo exhibition 'Augmented Exuberance' at the Slaughter House gallery, 2012 Group participation at Robots & Avatars - UK Selection at Europe House, 2012 Friday Late at the V&A, The 3D Print show London, Bedlam at the Old Vic Tunnels by the Lazarides Gallery, and 'The Invisible Human' at the Industry Gallery in Washington DC.