Theresa Krenn studied Architecture at the TU Wien and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna between 1999 and 2005 (Diploma: Studio Eyal Weizman). She was a founding member of the architecture firm studio uek and currently works at the architecture firm studio ederkrenn in Vienna. Her team projects have won numerous awards: her winning entry for the architectural design competition Europan 9, Oase 22 [Oasis 22], was realized in 2013, and in 2015, was both nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award and won the Bauwelt Award „First Works“. The residential construction project Kohlenrutsche [Coal chutes], on the site of the Viennese Nordbahnhof [Northern Train Station], is a communal living project conceived in dialogue with residents and completed in 2019. Together with Benni Eder, Krenn received numerous scholarships and grants, such as the Artists and Architects in Residence Program scholarship of the MAK Center in Los Angeles in 2007, the Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky Scholarship in 2007 and, together with Lorenzo De Chiffre and Benni Eder, the Hans Hollein Scholarship in 2019. Between 2010 and 2014, Theresa Krenn taught Urban Design at the TU Wien, and she has worked as a University Assistant in the Research Unit Building Construction and Design there since 2014.