Leo Herrmann studied architecture at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and previously studied comparative literature in Munich. He has worked for architectural offices in Germany and abroad, including Sauerbruch Hutton in Berlin and Raphäel Gabrion in Paris. In 2015 he was co-founder and editorial member of the video magazine Mies.DE. In 2017 he received a scholarship from the Sto Foundation and the ARCH+ Association and contributed to several issues of the magazine. Along multiple collaborators he conceived and realized lecture series, exhibitions, publications and interventions in public space. His texts on city, space and architecture have appeared in magazines such as ARCH+, Bauwelt and Kontext. The focus of his responsibility at IGmA is the BBSR research project "Innovation history as reflected in the magazine ARCH+" and the development of an online platform for the publication of its results.