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Contemporary German Architects Practice, Europe: Design Office Berlin

Sauerbruch Hutton – News

KfW-building in Frankfurt is “Best Tall Building in the World 2011”
KfW Westarkade building Frankfurt
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KfW Westarkade Building – 8 Nov 2011
The KfW Westarkade building, completed in 2010, has been announced as the World’s best Tall Building 2011, awarded by Chicago-based Council on Tall Building and Urban Habitat, CTBUH.
The 85m high-rise development is a prototype for a new generation of ecological building, running on less than 100 kWh/a/m² of primary energy it is one of the most energy-efficient office towers in the world.

3 Jun 2011

Sauerbruch Hutton – Latest Building

60 Ludgate Hill and 30 Old Bailey, London, England, UK
Date built:=
Design: with Fletcher Priest Architects
60 Ludgate Hill and 30 Old Bailey
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Sauerbruch Hutton : 60 Ludgate Hill and 30 Old Bailey, located in the heart of the city close to St Paul’s Cathedral.

sauerbruch hutton – Key Projects

Architektur / Städtebau / Innenraumplanung in Deutschland

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Key Buildings by sauerbruch hutton, reverse chronological:

Low2No Competition, Helsinki, Finland
Date: 2009-
Low2No Competition
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Low2No Competition – Finnish design contest win

Museum for the Brandhorst Collection, Munich, Germany
Date built: –
Brandhorst Museum
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Brandhorst Museum Building
Lubetkin Prize – Shortlist of six buildings / architects: 11 Jun 2009

GSW Headquarters, Berlin, Germany
Date built: 1999
GSW Headquarters
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Sauerbruch Hutton : GSW Headquarters

Federal Agency for the Environment, Dessau, former East Germany
Dates built: 2001-05
Client: Federal Environmental Agency
(Federal Republic of Germany)
Location: former gasworks site
Facilities: office building with public auditorium, library and restaurant
In our view this is the building that really put sauerbruch hutton on the world stage

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sauerbruch hutton – Practice Information

sauerbruch hutton architects studio based in Berlin, capital of Germany

sauerbruch hutton : Berlin Architect Office

KfW Westarkade building Frankfurt
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This German architecture studio was established as an architecture practice in 1989.

Matthias Sauerbruch (b. 1955) studied architecture at Berlin’s Hochschule der Künste (now Berlin University of the Arts) and at the Architectural Association in London, graduating in 1984.
He has worked at Rem Koolhaas’s Office for Metropolitan Architecture (now titled OMA) in London, leading the House at Checkpoint Charlie project in Berlin.

He has maintained an involvement in teaching throughout his professional career, having held professorships at the University of Virginia, the State Academy of Art and Design in Stuttgart and Berlin Technical University. In 2005 he was appointed Kenzo Tange Visiting Design Critic at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. From 2012 to 2015 he was a guest professor at Berlin University of Arts Universität der Künste.

Louisa Hutton (b. 1957) completed her undergraduate degree at Bristol University and later graduated from the Architectural Association.
She worked at the offices of Alison and Peter Smithson.
She has taught at the AA, the University of Virginia and Harvard University.

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