Dr.-Ing. Jens Böke was research staff member at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences, where he also had a teaching assignment in the field of CAD – geometry and design. He was Project Director and Research Associate at the ConstructionLab of the Hochschule Ostwestfalen– Lippe, Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Design. He is teaching in the field of CAAD and digital design. In 2012 he began work on his doctoral thesis “ThinkingSkins” at the Technical University in Delft. Since then he is a member of the Delft based façade research group. He continued his education with the master’s program of the MSA – Münster School of Architecture where early in 2012 he was awarded the degree Master of Arts in architecture.
Jens Böke was a trainee in the Dutch architectural design office UNStudio in Amsterdam. Until summer 2014, Jens Böke was coordinator of the postgraduate Master degree course – Computational Design and Construction at Detmold University, where he also holds a teaching post. He earned a BA degree in architecture at the Detmold University of Applied Sciences in summer 2009 and won in the same year the competition „BDA masters 2009”.