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LOFTCUBE
WERNER AISSLINGER

Born in 1964. Studied design at the Academy of Arts, Berlin. 1989–1992 freelance work with Jasper Morrison and Ron Arad in London and Studio de Lucchi in Milan. 1993 founded studio aisslinger in Berlin. Teaching positions in 1994 at the University of Arts, Berlin, and in 1997 at the Lahti Design Institute (Finland). Since 1998 professor at the Institute of Design, Karlsruhe.
PROJECT
02
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES FOR SÜDWESTMETALL IN REUTLINGEN
ALLMANN SATTLER WAPPNER ARCHITEKTEN, MUNICH

Markus Allmann Born in 1959. Studied architecture at the Technical University Munich. During his studies worked at the office of Douine + Prunis, Avignon and Favre and Guth, Geneva. After the diploma worked at the offices of Bétrix and Consolascio, Zurich. 1987 Founded the architectural office Allmann Sattler in Munich.

Amandus Sattler Born in 1957. Studied at the Technical University Munich. 1982 Founded the Studygroup for Art and Architecture „Sprengwerk“ in Munich. 1987 Founded the architectural office Allmann Sattler in Munich.

Ludwig Wappner Born in 1957. Studied architecture at the Technical University Munich. 1982 Founded the Studygroup for Art and Architecture „Sprengwerk“ in Munich. After the diploma worked with the office Schmidt-Schicketanz and Partner in Munich. 1987 Worked together with Allmann Sattler in Combined Office MAP. 1989 Assistant to chair for building studies and development, Prof. B. Winkler at the Technical University Munich. 1993 Expanded the office to Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten.
PROJECT
03
EBELING HOUSE
ARCHIFACTORY.DE, BOCHUM

Matthias Herrmann, born in 1966. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences, Bochum, and at the University of Dortmund. 1999 co-founded the office Archifactory.de.

Matthias Koch, born in 1963. Studied architecture the State Academy of Fine Arts, Stuttgart. 1994 received DAAD scholarship to the Bartlett School of Architecture, London. 1999 co-founded the office Archifactory.de.
PROJECT
04
HOUSE AND ATELIER
B&K+B,M, COLOGNE

Bernd Kniess, born in 1961. Studied garden- and landscape planning. Studied architecture and urban development at the Technical College, Darmstadt, and the Academy of Arts, Berlin. Since 1995 freelance architect and urban planner. 1996–2001 b&k + (Brandlhuber & Kniess +), Cologne. 1997–2002 teaching position at the Aachen University of Technology and the Bergische University Wuppertal. Since 2001 Bernd Kniess Architekten Stadtplaner, Cologne. Since 2003 deputy professor at the Bergische University Wuppertal.

Arno Brandlhuber, born in 1964. Studied at the Technical University, Darmstadt, and the Accademia del Arte, Florence. 1994–1996 project partnership Neanderthal Museum: Zamp Kelp and Julius Krauss, Arno Brandlhuber. 1995–2001 office Brandlhuber, office b&k + (Brandlhuber & Kniess + Partner). 1996–2000 deputy professor for elementary building, teaching assignments at the Bergische University Wuppertal. Since 2001 b&k + brandlhuber GmbH & Co. KG. Since 2003 tenured professor of architecture and interior design at the Academy of Fine Arts, Nuremberg.

Anne-Julchen Bernhardt, born in 1971. Studied architecture at the Aachen University of Technology. Guest student at the Art Academy in Düsseldorf with Elia Zenghelis. 1997–1999 self-employed architect in Berlin, freelance architect with Ortner + Ortner and Heide von Beckerath Alberts Architekten, Berlin. Since 1999 worked with b&k +, Cologne. In 2000 founded the office BeL (Anne-Julchen Bernhardt, Jörg Leeser), Cologne. Since 2001 academic assistant to the chair for building construction III at the Aachen University of Technology.

Björn Martenson, born in 1966. Studied architecture at the Aachen University of Technology. 1997–2003 project partner b&k+b,m; partner b&k+, Cologne. 2000 teaching assignment at the Bergische University Wuppertal. Since 2003 self-employed, scientific assistant to the chair for residential building at the Aachen University of Technology.
PROJECT
05
06
FELLNER HOUSE
GÖPPNER HOUSE
BAYER UHRIG ARCHITEKTEN, KAISERSLAUTERN

Dirk Bayer, born in 1968. Studied architecture at the Technical University Kaiserlautern. In that period he worked with Eisele + Fritz Architekten, Darmstadt. 1998–2001 worked with Hild und K Architekten, Munich. In 2000 founded office with Andrea Uhrig. 2001 scientific work with Professor B. Streich / subject CPE / Technical University Kaiserlautern. 2002 teaching position at the Summer Academy of the Wüstenrot Foundation in Kiel.

Andrea Uhrig, born in 1965. Studied architecture at the Technical University Kaiserslautern. 1994 masterclass Prix Coop Himmelb(l)au at the School of Applied Arts in Vienna. 1998–2000 worked with Teepe, Kraft und Partner. Neustadt/Weinstrasse. 2000 founded office with Dirk Bayer. 2000–2001 teaching assignment with Professor A. Hillebrandt in the field of building construction and conservation at the Technical University Kaiserslautern. 2001 Academic work with Professor B. Meyerspeer in the field of building construction and design at the Technical University Kaiserslautern.
PROJECT 05
PROJECT 06
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HOUSE 9X9
TITUS BERNHARD ARCHITEKT, AUGSBURG

Born in 1963. Studied architecture at the Technical University Brunswick. 1987 freelance work in the office of Richard Meier & Partners, New York. 1987–1988 DAAD scholarship for a one year guest residency at the Politecnico di Milano. 1991 diploma from the Technical University Brunswick. 1992 worked in office Bohn & Bohn Architekten, Munich. 1992–1994 freelance work with office PSP, Brunswick. 1993 nominated for Villa Massimo Scholarship in Rome. 1994 founded his own office in Augsburg.
PROJECT
08
PUMP HOUSE
BOLLES + WILSON, MÜNSTER

Julia B. Bolles-Wilson, born in 1948. Studied architecture at the Technical College, Karlsruhe. Postgraduate studies at the Architectural Association, London, with Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis, DAAD scholarship. 1980 The Wilson Partnership with Peter Wilson in London. 1981–1986 lecturer in architecture at the Chelsea School of Art, London. 1989 transferred office headquarters to Münster as architects’s office Bolles+Wilson. Since 1996 professor of planning at the College of Applied Science, Münster.

Peter L. Wilson, born in 1950. Studied architecture at the University of Melbourne. 1972–1974 studied at the Architectural Association School, London. 1974–1975 assistant to Elia Zenghelis and Rem Koolhaas at the Architectural Association London. 1976–1979 Intermediate Unit Master, AA London. 1980–1988 Diploma Unit Master at the Architectural Association London. 1980 Founded The Wilson Partnership with Julia Bolles-Wilson in London. 1989 transferred office headquarters to Münster as architecture office Bolles+Wilson. 1994–1996 guest professor at the University of Arts Weissensee, Berlin.
PROJECT
09
10
HOUSE S
ZOLLINGER HALL
BOTTEGA + EHRHARDT ARCHITEKTEN, STUTTGART

Giorgio Bottega, born in 1967. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences, Stuttgart, and at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, ETS Arquitectura, Barcelona. Worked with various architects’ offices in Stuttgart and Locarno such as Architects Cavadini /Arnaboldi, Locarno; Kohlhoff & Kohlhoff Architekten, Stuttgart. Since 1998 Bottega + Ehrhardt Architekten.

Henning Ehrhardt, born in 1966. Studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich. Worked in various architects’ offices in Stuttgart, Munich, Zurich, and New York, such as Bernard Tschumi Architects, New York; Kohlhoff & Kohlhoff Architekten, Stuttgart. Since 1995 lecturer in planning at the Institute for Interior Design and Planning at the University of Stuttgart, Professor Boris Podrecca. Since 1998 Bottega + Ehrhardt Architekten.
PROJECT 09
PROJECT 10
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CULTURE WAREHOUSE
BRÜCKNER & BRÜCKNER, TIRSCHENREUTH

Peter Brückner, born in 1962. Studied architecture at the Technical University, Munich. 1990 founded the architectural and engineering office Brückner & Brückner with Klaus-Peter Brückner. 1996 office with Christian and Klaus-Peter Brückner. 2003 guest professor at the University of Applied Sciences, Munich.

Christian Brückner, born in 1971. Studied architecture at the State Academy of Fine Arts, Stuttgart. 1996 office with Peter and Klaus-Peter Brückner. 2003 guest professor at the University of Applied Sciences, Munich.
PROJECT
12
SLENDER/BENDER
DEADLINE - OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES, BERLIN

Britta Jürgens, born in 1962. Studied architecture at the Technical University Berlin. Freelance work in various architects’ offices in London and Berlin. 1992 co-founded the studio Deadline.

Matthew Griffith, born in 1969. 1992 co-founded the studio Deadline. Studied architecture at McGill University, Montreal, and at the Architectural Association London.
PROJECT
13
LANG STUDIO HOUSE
DIEZINGER & KRAMER, EICHSTÄTT

Norbert Diezinger, born in 1952. Studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart. 1982–1988 worked with Professor Karl Josef Schattner, Eichstätt. 1987 own office in Eichstätt. 1988–1993 combined work projects with H. J. Reeg. 1990 office partnership with Gerhard Kramer.

Gerhard Kramer, born in 1949. Studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart. 1979 worked in the office Meister& Wittich, Stuttgart. 1985–1990 academic work with Professor P. Faller at the University of Stuttgart. 1990 office partnership with Norbert Diezinger. Since 1999 professor at the University of Applied Science, Regensburg.
PROJECT
14
HOUSE O
EXILHÄUSER ARCHITEKTEN, PFAFFING

Eik Kammerl, born in 1969. Studied architecture at the Technical University Munich. 1994 worked in office Eisenman Architects, New York. Worked in Michael Sorkin Studio, New York. 1995 worked in office Steidle und Partner, Munich. 1996–1998 worked in office Kiessler und Partner, Munich. 1998 co-founded Exilhäuser Architekten.

Katrin Aldenhoven, born in 1968. Studied architecture at the Technical University Munich. 1994 worked in office of Raimund Abraham in New York. Worked in office of Kevin Bone, New York. 1995 worked in office of Fink und Jocher, Munich. 1998 co-founded Exilhäuser Architekten.

Bibi Kammerl, born in 1968. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences, Munich. 1991 worked in office of Professor Seifert, Munich. 1995–1998 Worked in office Sep Baur + Deby, Munich. 1998 co-founded Exilhäuser Architekten.

Jörg Pottrick, born in 1966. Studied architecture at the University of Kaiserslautern. 1993 Promotion Prize of the Chamber of Architects Rheinland-Pfalz. 1994–2000 worked in office Lai, Munich. Worked in office Henn, Munich. CAAD assistant at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich. 2001 partner of Exilhäuser Architekten.
PROJECT
15
SCHREBER’S DELIGHT – PERMISSION-FREE BUILDING
BENJAMIN FOERSTER-BALDENIUS, BERLIN

Born in 1968. Studied architecture at the Technical University Berlin, the University of Arts, Berlin, and the Academy of Arts in Copenhagen. 1998 founded the Institute of Applied Architecture. Since 1998 freelance architect. Since 1999 at raumlabor_berlin.
PROJECT
16
INNOVATION HALL
GEWERS KÜHN UND KÜHN ARCHITEKTEN, BERLIN

Georg Gewers, born in 1962. Sculptor apprenticeship with Bernhard Gewers. 1983 studied architecture in Aachen and Stuttgart. 1989–1990 DAAD scholarship, École d’Architecture Belleville, Paris. 1990–1991 worked with Norman Foster Associates, London. 1991 co-founded the studio Becker Gewers Kühn & Kühn, Berlin. Since 2000 Gewers Kühn und Kühn Architekten BDA.

Oliver Kühn, born in 1962. Studied architecture at the Technical University in Munich. Worked with Richard Rogers Partnership, London. 1991 co-founded the studio Becker Gewers Kühn & Kühn, Berlin. 1999 degree in management from the University St. Gallen. Since 2000 Gewers Kühn und Kühn Architekten BDA.

Swantje Kühn, born in 1964. Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, Ill. Studied architecture in Munich. 1989–1991 worked with Richard Rogers Partnership, London. 1991 co-founded the studio Becker Gewers Kühn & Kühn, Berlin. Since 2000 Gewers Kühn & Kühn Architekten BDA. 2003 professor of architecture theory and building studies at the Technical College in Lippe.
PROJECT
17
FLOATING HOMES
GRÜNTUCH ERNST ARCHITEKTEN, BERLIN

Armand Grüntuch, born in 1963. Studied architecture at the RWTH Aachen. DAAD scholarship in Venice at the Instituto Universitario di Architectura. 1987–1989 worked in office of Norman Foster, London. Since 1991 Grüntuch Ernst Architekten. 1991–1995 lecturer at the University of Arts, Berlin.

Almut Ernst, born in 1966. Studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart. DAAD scholarship at the Architectural Association in London. 1988–1989 worked in office Alsop and Lyall, London. Since 1991 Grüntuch Ernst Architekten.rch project “Die offene Stadt”. Since 1991 own office in Munich.
PROJECT
18
COCOBELLO
PETER HAIMERL-STUDIO FÜR ARCHITEKTUR, MUNICH

Born in 1961. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences, Munich. 1987–1988 worked in office of Günther Domenig, Vienna/Graz. 1988 worked in office of Raimund Abraham, Vienna/New York. 1988 worked in office of Klaus Kada, Graz/Leibnitz. 1988–1990 urban research project “Die offene Stadt”. Since 1991 own office in Munich.
PROJECT
19
HOUSE IN WANDLITZ
HEIDE VON BECKERATH ALBERTS ARCHITEKTEN, BERLIN

Tim Heide, born in 1959. Studied architecture at the Technical University and the University of Arts, Berlin. 1990–1993 teaching position at the Technical College of Applied Science and the Technical University Berlin. 1993–1995 guest professor for building construction and design at the Technical University Berlin. Since 1996 Heide von Beckerath Alberts Architekten. 1997–2004 guest professor for building construction and design at the Technical University Berlin.

Verena von Beckerath, born in 1960. Studied sociology and art history at Hamburg University. Studied architecture at the Technical University Berlin. 1990–1991 teaching position at the Technical University Berlin. 1992–1997 teaching position at the University of Arts, Berlin with Professor Adolf Krischanitz. Since 1996 Heide von Beckerath Alberts Architekten. 1998–1999 teaching position at Anhalt College, Dessau.

Andrew Alberts, born in 1959. Studied biology and art history, Cologne University. Studied architecture at the Technical University and the University of Arts, Berlin. 1991–1996 teaching position at the University of Arts, Berlin, with Professor Alfred Grazioli. Since 1996 Heide von Beckerath Alberts Architekten. 1999–2001 teaching position at the Technical University Berlin with Professor Jochen Fink.
PROJECT
20
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING “LEGAL – ILLEGAL”
MANUEL HERZ, COLOGNE

Born in 1969. Diploma from the Architectural Association London. 1995–1997 worked in the office of Daniel Libeskind. Since 1999 own office in Cologne. 2000–2002 teaching position at the Bartlett School of Architecture.
PROJECT
21
MULTI-STOREY CAR PARK
HILD UND K ARCHITEKTEN, MUNICH
Andreas Hild, born in 1961. Studied architecture at the Technical University Munich. Since 1992 partnership Hild und Kaltwasser in Munich. After the death of his partner Tillmann Kaltwasser, the office was renamed Hild + K Architekten. Since 2000 partnership with Dionys Ottl. Since 2003 guest professor at the Academy of Fine Arts, Hamburg.
PROJECT
22
GALLERY COMPLEX ADS1A
BERND KNIESS ARCHITEKTEN STADTPLANER, COLOGNE
Born in 1961. Studied garden- and landscape planning. Studied architecture and urban development at the Technical College Darmstadt and the Academy of Arts, Berlin. Since 1995 freelance architect and urban planner. 1996–2001 b&k + (brandlhuber & kniess +), Cologne. 1997–2002 teaching position at the Aachen University of Technology and the Bergische University Wuppertal. Since 2001 Bernd Kniess Architekten Stadtplaner, Cologne. Since 2003 deputy professor at the Bergische University Wuppertal.
PROJECT
23
SCHOOL WITH SPORTS HALL
PROFESSOR ARNO + JÓRUNN RAGNARSDÓTTIR + MARC OEI ARCHITEKTEN, STUTTGART

Arno Lederer, born in 1947. Studied architecture in Stuttgart and Vienna. 1985–1990 professor of construction and design at the University for Applied Sciences in Stuttgart. Since 1985 office partnership with Jórunn Ragnarsdóttir, since 1992 with Marc Oei. Since 1997 chair of Building Studies at the Architectural Faculty, University of Karlsruhe. Since 2000 on the advisory council for the German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt on Main. Since 2001 curator at the Architecture Gallery am Weissenhof in Stuttgart. Since 2002 academic advisor at the Ministry for the Building Industry and Regional Development Planning in Berlin.

Jórunn Ragnarsdóttir, born in 1957. Studied architecture in Stuttgart. Since 1985 office partnership with Arno Lederer. Two years’ teaching position at the University of Stuttgart. Various stage designs at the National and State Theatre in Reykjavik.

Marc Oei, born in 1962. Studied architecture in Stuttgart. Since 1992 office partnership with Arno Lederer and Jórunn Ragnarsdóttir. Four years’ teaching position at the University of Karlsruhe. 1999–2002 teaching assignment at the Technical College Stuttgart. 2001 teaching assignment at the University of Stuttgart.
PROJECT
24
TOWN HOUSE
JÜRGEN MAYER H., BERLIN
Born in 1965. Studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart, at Cooper Union, New York, and at Princeton University, New Jersey. Since 1996 own office in Berlin. Teaching position at Harvard University, the University of Arts, Berlin, the University of Arts Weissensee, Berlin, and the Architectural Association London.
PROJECT
25
FLOATING SNACK BAR
MEIXNER SCHLÜTER WENDT ARCHITEKTEN, FRANKFURT ON MAIN

Claudia Meixner, born in 1964. Studied architecture at the TH Darmstadt and at the Università degli Studi in Florence (DAAD Scholarship). Since 1987 drawing and painting—various exhibitions and participations. 1991–1995 freelance work/projectpartner with Wörner + Partner, Frankfurt, and freelance work. 1991–1994 academic research work for the chair of building construction and design, Professor Günter Pfeifer, at the TH Darmstadt. 1995–1996 work at the Villa Massimo in Rome. Since 1997 office partnership Meixner Schlüter Wendt Architekten.

Florian Schlüter, born in 1959. Studied architecture at the TH Darmstadt and at the Università degli Studi in Florence (DAAD Scholarship). 1988–1995 freelance work/project partner with Wörner + Partner, Frankfurt on Main, and freelance work. Since 1988 steel sculpture/drawings/etchings—participation in exhibitions. 1993–1998 academic assistant for chair of plastic design, Professor F. Bodini, at the TH Darmstadt. Since 1997 office partnership Meixner Schlüter Wendt Architekten. 2001 deputy professor at Siegen University.

Martin Wendt, born in 1955. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Science, Frankfurt on Main. 1981–1994 worked with various architect offices. 1994–1996 own architect’s office. Since 1997 office partnership Meixner Schlüter Wendt Architekten.
PROJECT
26
TENANTS' CENTRE, PHYSICISTS QUARTER
MUCK PETZET IN MSP MEIER-SCUPIN & PETZET, MAYR, HEHENBERGER, MUNICH

Born in 1964. Studied at the Technical University Munich and the University of Arts, Berlin. 1991–1993 worked with Herzog & de Meuron, Basel. 1993 office partnership with J. P. Meier-Scupin (Meier-Scupin and Petzet). 2000 expanded the partnership to MSP Meier-Scupin & Petzet, Mayr, Hehenberger. Since 2003 Muck Petzet Architekten.
PROJECT
27
LANG-KRÖLL HOUSE AND ATELIER
FLORIAN NAGLER ARCHITEKTEN, MUNICH
Florian Nagler, born in 1967. Studied art history and Bavarian history in Munich. Carpenter apprenticeship. Studied architecture at the University of Kaiserslautern. 1994–1997 freelance work in office Mahler Günster Fuchs. 1996–1999 freelance architect / office in Stuttgart. Since 1999 office in Munich. 2000–2001 deputy professor of computer-assisted drawing and design at the Bergische University Wuppertal. Since 2001 office partnership with Barbara Nagler in Munich. 2002 guest professor at the Royal Danish Academy, Copenhagen.

Barbara Nagler, born in 1969. Studied mathematics and physics in Regensburg. Studied architecture at the University of Kaiserlautern. 1995–1996 freelance work in office Schulde Ströhle. 1996–1997 freelance work in office Knoche Gump. 1997–2000 freelance work in office Florian Nagler. Since 2001 office partnership with Florian Nagler in Munich.
PROJECT
28
WORKS SWIMMING POOL, COKING PLANT
DIRK PASCHKE / DANIEL MILOHNIC, FRANKFURT ON MAIN
Dirk Paschke, born in 1965. Studied at the State College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt on Main (master studies with Thoma Bayrle).

Daniel Milohnic, born in 1969. Studied at the State College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt on Main (master studies with Georg Herold).
PROJECT
29
HOUSE FOR A GERMAN TEACHER
BJÖRN SEVERIN IN rHEINFLÜGEL BAUKUNST, DÜSSELDORF
Born in 1968. Studied architecture at the Academy of Applied Sciences, Münster, and the University of Dortmund. Postgraduate studies in building arts at the Art Academy Düsseldorf. Masterstudent with Professor Laurids Ortner. 1999 founded the architects’ group Rheinflügel Baukunst in Düsseldorf. Since 2002 teaching position at the Art Academy Düsseldorf. 2003–2004 deputy professor at the Academy of Applied Sciences, Düsseldorf.
PROJECT
30
WATERLOOHAIN MEDIAPOOL W5
PROF
. CARSTEN ROTH ARCHITEKT, HAMBURG
Born in 1958. Studied architecture at the Technical University Brunswick and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. Master studies in architecture with Professor Gustav Peichl. 1985–1986 Fulbright Scholarship at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia, USA. Since 1987 own office. 1998–1999 guest professor of design and building construction at the Design College Kassel. Since 2003 professor at the Institute for Building Construction and Industrial Building at the Technical University Brunswick.
PROJECT
31
PALASTBARTRANSFER
F.R.E.D. RUBIN, BERLIN
Born in 1968. Studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts E. N. S. B. A., Paris. 1994 founded Art Association Berlin and Rotations-Recycling Berlin. 2001 guest professor at the École Speciale d´Architecture Paris. 2002 co-founded and designed the Automaten e.V. Berlin.
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32
CONSECRATED SPACE, HOLY GHOST PROTESTANT CHURCH CENTRE IN SPEYER
SANDER HOFRICHTER ARCHITEKTEN, LUDWIGSHAFEN
Linus Hofrichter, born in 1959. Studied civil engineering and architecture at the University of Karlsruhe. 1986–1987 worked in office Weindel in Waldbronn. 1987–1991 worked in office Walter Klumpp in Ludwigshafen. Since 1991 partner with architects Klumpp & Partner. 1996–2000 architects Klump Sander Hofrichter. Since 1998 teaching assignment at the Protestant College for Social Welfare in Ludwigshafen. Since 1999 teaching assignment at the Training College for the Care of the Elderly in Mosbach. Since 2001 Architekten BDA Sander Hofrichter.

Hubertus Sander, born in 1948. Architectural draftsman apprenticeship. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences, Kaiserslautern. 1971–1973 worked in office Funk in Bad Dürkheim. 1973–1991 worked in architect’s office of Walter Klumpp in Ludwigshafen. From 1991 partner in architects Klumpp and Partner. 1996–2000 Architects Klumpp Sander Hofrichter. Since 1998 teaching assignment at the College for Social Welfare in Ludwigshafen. Since 2001 Architekten BDA Sander Hofrichter.
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33

EXPERIMENTAL FACTORY
SAUERBRUCH HUTTON ARCHITEKTEN, BERLIN
Matthias Sauerbruch, born in 1955. Studied architecture at the University of Arts, Berlin, and at the Architectural Association School London. Unit Master at the Architectural Association London. 1989 own office with Louisa Hutton in London. 1993 Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten in Berlin. 1995–2001 professor at the Technical University Berlin. 2001 professor at the State Academy of Fine Arts, Stuttgart.

Louisa Hutton, born in 1957. Studied architecture at Bristol University and at the Architectural Association School London. 1987–1990 teaching position at Croydon College of Art, Unit Master at the Architectural Association London. 1989 own office with Mathias Sauerbruch in London. 1993 Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten in Berlin. 2003 member of CABE Commission, UK (Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment).
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RADIO BASE STATION
TRAM STOP SYSTEM
METAL FAÇADE FOR AN ELECTRICITY SUBSTATION
ACCESS BUILDING FOR A SUBTERRANEAN ELECTRICITY SUBSTATION
"LIVING ROOM", RESIDENTIAL AND OFFICE BUILDING

REGINA SCHINEIS ARCHITEKTIN, AUGSBURG
Born in 1966. Fulbright Scholarship at the School of Architecture, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA. Studied architecture at the Technical University Darmstadt. 1998–2000 teaching position at the Technical University Munich with Professor Thomas Herzog. Since 1998 architect’s office Regina Schineis. 2004 scholarship for the Casa Balda, German Academy Villa Massimo.
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PROJECT 35
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"BED BY NIGHT", REFUGE FOR HOMELESS CHILDREN
SEIFERT + STÖCKMANN ARCHITEKTEN, FRANKFURT ON MAIN

Gabriela Seifert, born in 1954. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Science, Frankfurt on Main, and at the State College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt on Main. Since 1984 Gruppe Formalhaut with Ottmar Hörl and Götz G. Stöckmann. Since 1985 - Seifert + Stöckmann. 1991 teaching position at the University of Arts, Berlin. 1992–1993 guest professor at the Technical University, Graz. Since 1995 professor for design at the University of Innsbruck. 1998 guest professor at the University of Texas, Arlington, USA.

Götz G. Stöckmann, born in 1953. Studied architecture at the University of Applied Science, Frankfurt on Main, and at the Architectural Association School London. Since 1984 Gruppe Formalhaut with Ottmar Hörl and Gabriela Seifert. Since 1985 - Seifert und Stöckmann. 1987–1994 teaching position at the State College of Fine Arts, Frankfurt on Main. 1992–1993 guest professor at the Graz Technical University. 1996 associate professor at Arizona State University, USA. 1996 guest professor at the Aachen University. Since 1997 teaching position at the Architectural Association London.
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37
"Bed by night", Refuge for Homeless Children in Hannover
PROFESSOR HAN SLAWIK ARCHITEKT, HANNOVER
Born in 1944. Studied architecture at the Technical University Brunswick. 1973–1977 worked in architects’ offices in Brunswick. 1977–1984 teaching position at the University of Dortmund. 1984–1994 professor at the University of Applied Science, Coburg/North Bavaria. Since 1994 professor for planning and design at the University of Hanover. 1981–2000 office in Amsterdam. Since 2000 office in Almere and Hanover.
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38
HOTEL NEUSTADT
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39
HOUSES FROM DISMANTLED PREFABS
ZIMMERMANN + PARTNER ARCHITEKTEN, COTTBUS
Frank Zimmermann, born in 1959. Studied architecture the Technical University Dresden. Since 1990 freelancer. 1999–2001 guest professor at Technical University Cottbus.

Lothar George, born in 1955. Studied architecture at the University of Technical Science, Cottbus. Since 1990 freelancer.

Uwe Ramisch, born in 1964. Studied architecture at the HAB Weimar. Since 1996 freelancer.

Mario Saar, born in 1960. Studied architecture at the HAB Weimar. Since 1996 freelancer.
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