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25-27 May 2016, Budva / Montenegro
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The 3rd International Conference
born in Hittisau, Bregenzerwald, Vorarlberg, Austria
Carlo Baumschlager and Dietmar Eberle set up their architectural partnership in 1985.
In addition to these projects the partnership extended its activities to the design and construction of commercial and office buildings as well as large housing complexes. Prominent among the clients were private and public developers and local cooperatives. Key aspects of sustainability were incorporated into their planning work at a very early stage; economy, resource conservation and social acceptance evolved into fundamental principles. A good illustration of this is the Eco School in MÃ¤der. In a related development, research into different types of buildings and facades became a major factor in the working methods adopted by Baumschlager Eberle (LTW, NHT Lohbach ...). Once the partnership was firmly established in the regional context, the next logical step, undertaken in the 1990s, was to expand to the national level. Internationally, too, Baumschlager Eberle gained recognition and acclaim for such projects as the headquarters of the Munich Reinsurance Company and the new airport terminal building in Vienna. This resulted in the setting up of the first branch office in Vaduz in 1999 and the Vienna office in 2001.
At this stage the partnership had 50 employees.
Thanks to its dedication and commitment the practice achieved further successes in architectural competitions, while its specific know-how increasingly led to direct building commissions. These included the construction of the UNAIDS building in Geneva and the Moma high-rise apartment blocks in Beijing. The ground was thus laid for the setting up of further branch offices in Beijing (2003), St. Gallen (2006) and Zurich (2007). In view of the increasing degree of complexity involved in building and construction processes BE developed a set of complex management and control tools with the help of their own project log in order to meet quality assurance and sustainability requirements (Kortrijk Hospital, ETH Zurich ...). The presence of local offices enables BE to properly understand the respective cultural context while heeding the specific needs of the client.
This ‘think global, act local’ approach has resulted in the transformation of BE into a network of autonomous office units and the establishment of further branch offices in Hong Kong (2009), Berlin (2010), Hanoi (2011), Paris (2012) and Hamburg (2013).
Carlo Baumschlager left the partnership in 2010.
studied at the Technical University of Vienna, Austria
1973 - 1978
Iran, worked on urban development
1976 - 1977
working group Cooperative Bau- und Planungsges.m.b.H. with Markus Koch, Norbert Mittersteiner and Wolfgang Juen
1979 - 1982
collaboration Eberle-Egger (since 1984 with Carlo Baumschlager)
1982 - 1984
collaboration and office with Carlo Baumschlager
1985 - 2009
Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects
Technical University in Hannover, Germany
1983 - 1988
Technical University in Vienna, Austria
1987 - 1989
University for Arts and Industrial Design, Linz, Austria
1989 - 1990
Technical University in Zurich, Switzerland
1991 - 1993
Syracuse University, New York, USA
Technical University in Darmstadt, Germany
1996 - 1999
Technical University in Zurich, Switzerland professorship faculty of architecture head of the center for housing and sustainable urban development
dean of the architecture department ETH Zurich, Switzerland
2003 - 2005
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura, guest professorship
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, guest professorship
During the early years they designed detached houses and put their first innovative ideas for high-density, low-rise buildings into practice, which soon gained them recognition beyond regional boundaries (Hohe Wies residential estate...).
In this initial phase the core team consisted of three to six employees.
The BE Group continues to grow steadily and now has a permanent staff of 135.
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Austria, Switzerland, Germany, France, China, Vietnam
Sou Fujimoto Architects
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Sou Fujimoto was born in Hokkaido in 1971.
Graduated from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering at Tokyo University, he established Sou Fujimoto Architects in 2000. This year, he has won the 1st prize for “Pershing”, one of the sites in the French competition called 'Réinventer Paris', following the victories in the Invited International Competition for the New Learning Center at Paris-Saclay's Ecole Polytechnique and the International Competition for the Second Folly of Montpellier in 2014. In 2013 he became the youngest architect to design the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London.
Sou Fujimoto Architects
His notable works include; “Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013” (2013), “House NA” (2011), “Musashino Art University Museum & Library” (2010), “Final Wooden House”(2008), “House N” (2008) and many more.
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