Vojtěch is mainly focused on urban and general spatial analytics, data analysis and statistics, the use of GIS and BIM and implementation of these tools into design and modelling processes.
He graduated in Architecture and Urbanism at the Faculty of Architecture of the Czech Technical University (CTU) and at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague; during the study, he engaged heavily in AEC systems, procedural design, law and urbanism. He completed his diploma thesis "Production in the Contemporary City" and closed the final examination with excellent grade. During his studies, he worked in several architectural studios in Prague and Amsterdam - Aulík Fišer Architects, A69 architects and SeARCH Architekten. In these positions he participated in the design of public buildings, hotels, modular buildings, zoning plans, surveying and spatial analyses and book publications. During a separate practice, as a part of two-member team he committed winning design at the architectural competition for the waterfront in Uherské Hradiště.
After gaining direct experience with urban design, he focused on the development of programs and tools for more efficient and coordinated work with spatial data and streamlining, as well as focusing on advanced data and analysis methods. This area of work is currently taking place in Prague and Berlin. He uses GIS (ArcGis, QGIS) and BIM (Revit, Archicad) to work with Python, Arcade, R, and SQL. Integration of these instruments is considered key to the further development and optimization of urban development.