born 1901, Tbilisi
Berthold Romanovich Lubetkin (December 14, 1901 — October 23, 1990) was a Russian émigré architect who pioneered modernist design in Britain in the 1930s. Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, Lubetkin studied in Moscow and Leningrad where he witnessed the Russian Revolution of 1917 and absorbed elements of..Add to a collection
born 1913, Chicago
Architect Bertrand Goldberg was born in 1913 in Chicago, Illinois. He received his training at several institutions including the Bauhaus in Berlin, and through a tutorial with engineer Frank Nydam. He organized his own firm in 1937 after working in the offices of George Fred Keck (1935) and Paul..Add to a collection
est. 2007, Warsaw
Beton was founded in 2007 by architects Marta Rowinska and Lech Rowinski. The studio works across architecture, graphic design, industrial design, set and costume design and fashion.
Marta Rowinska and Lech Rowinski are both architects, both from Warsaw, Poland. They are also a married couple...
est. 1997, Ljubljana, Slovenia
The Slovene architect Matija Bevk has founded the architecture practice Bevk Perović Arhitekti together with Vasa Perović in Ljubljana. In addition to creating award-winning architectural projects, Bevk Perović Arhitekti also runs the T5 Project Space which is a regular venue for the PechaKucha..Add to a collection
Believers in an academic approach to architecture. Even in small projects it pays off to go beyond the basics of the drawing board to lift designs to a higher level. BFArchitecture is known for its collaboration with renowned firms, working on office spaces, residential spaces, cultural spaces..Add to a collection
est. 2006, Copenhagen
BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) is an architectural practice founded by Bjarke Ingels in 2006.Add to a collection
born 1986, Ljubljana
Bika Rebek is an architect practicing within heterogeneous formats. Performances, installations, and writing are an integral part of her work, acting as catalysts for open-ended thinking about architectural production. She is an adjunct assistant professor at Columbia GSAPP and a principal at..Add to a collection
est. 2016, Tekirdağ
Bioplarch is a scientific research project currently under process and conducted by Esen Gökçe Özdamar with researchers Ahmet Bal (Construction Engineering), Şermin Şentürk (Architecture student), supervised by Assoc. Prof. Murat Ateş (Chemistry) in Namık Kemal University and supported by..Add to a collection
est. 1992, Melbourne
Bird de la Coeur was founded in Melbourne in 1992 by Neil de la Coeur and Vanessa Bird. Over the last twenty years the practice has been established as a specialist in housing design. From multi-residential, high-end apartments to social housing and retirement housing.
In 2016 Vanessa Bird..
born 1974, Copenhagen
Bjarke Ingels studied architecture at the Royal Academy in Copenhagen and the Technica Superior de Arquitectura in Barcelona, receiving his diploma in 1998. As a third year student he set up his first practice and won his first competition. From 1998-2001 he worked for Office of Metropolitan..Add to a collection
est. 2016, Vienna
BLOK was founded by Vienna based architects Nela Kadic, Vera Seriakov & Markus Tomaselli in 2016. They have been collaborating since 2010 and developed an own way of
creating images in order to convey their thoughts and visions to a wider public.
Their projects deal with the introduction of..
born 1922, Belgrade
Bogdan Bogdanović (20 August 1922 − 18 June 2010) was a Serbian architect, urbanist and essayist. He taught architecture at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture, where he also served as dean. Bogdanović wrote numerous articles about urbanism, especially about its mythic and symbolic..Add to a collection
born 1895, Všechovice
Bohuslav Fuchs (24 March 1895 in Všechovice – 18 September 1972 in Brno) was a Czech modernist architect.
Bohuslav Fuchs, one of the most prominent architects in interwar Czechoslovakia, was born in Všechovice near Bystřice pod Hostýnem on 24 March 1895. After the outbreak of World War I he..
Boje Lundgaard studied at School the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture where he graduated in 1967 and. He subsequently worked for Erik Moller, Arne Jacobsen and Poul Kjærgaard. In the early 1980s he established Lundgaard & Tranberg, a joint studio with architect Lene..Add to a collection
Andrey Bokov came to work to the «Mosproject-4» to the post of the vice-director for scientific work when Igor Mikhailovich Vinogradskiy, the founder and first director of the institute, was at its head. After him Mikhail Moiseevich Berklayid started leading the institute, and he managed to keep..Add to a collection
est. 1982, Johannesburg
Boogertman + Partners is a South African practice with a staff of 200 people established established by Henk Boogertman as Boogertman Krige Architects in 1982. It includes four regional offices in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town, as well as two associate offices in Dubai and..Add to a collection
Boris Cipan (1918-2012) was a Macedonian architect who was a prominent figure in the periode of the Macedonian modern architecture after the Second World War.
His best-known work is the building of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, for which he received the most prestigious..
born 1891, Odessa
Boris Mihailovich Iofan (April 28, 1891–1976) was a Russian Soviet architect, known for his Stalinist architecture buildings like the 1931-1933 winning draft of the Palace of Soviets.
Iofan graduated in 1916 from Italy's Regio Istituto Superiore di Belle Arti in Rome with a degree in..
born 1905, Ljubljana
Boris Kobe is considered one of the most significant Slovenian architects and designers. He was trained at the University of Ljubljana, where he trained under Jože Plečnik. He graduated from university in 1929. For the next ten years, he apprenticed at architectural firms around Ljubljana..Add to a collection
born 1930, Karlovac
Boris Magaš (August 22, 1930 in Karlovac - October 24, 2013 in Rijeka) was a Yugoslav and Croatian architect. He graduated in 1955 from the faculty of architecture at the University of Zagreb, where he then spent several years as a lecturer. From 1967 he was head of the design department of the..Add to a collection
born 1940, Trieste
Boris Podrecca is a Slovene-Italian architect and urban designer living in Vienna, Austria. Podrecca is considered by some critics a pioneer of postmodernism. With some of his early works, such as the neuro-physiological institute at Stahremberg Palace (1982), he took a new, more tolerant..Add to a collection
Boris Zhezherin constructed several important buildings in Kyiv and is also well known together with his son Vadim Zhezherin for the architecture and design of the Zoloti Vorota Metro Station in Kyiv.Add to a collection
born 1938, Belgrade
Borivoje Jovanović is a Serbian architect born in Belgrade in 1938. He studied and graduated in 1964 in Faculty of Architecture of the Belgrade University (Milana Zloković studio). In the same year, he was employed in the architectural design office „Centroprojekt“ where he worked until 2003...Add to a collection
born 1966, Nova Gorica
Bostjan Vuga graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana (1992) and continued his post graduate studies at the AA School of Architecture in London. In 1996 Jurij Sadar and Bostjan Vuga cofounded architectural office SADAR+VUGA. Over the past decade and a half it has focused on open,..Add to a collection
born 1931, Niš
Božidar Janković, Branislav Karadzic and Aleksandar Stjepanovic were working in a team that planned several housing projects with accompanying buildings and constructed the Faculty of Dramatic Arts. They valorised architecture with expressive materials (rough concrete, brick, dyed linen).Add to a collection
est. 2000, Berlin
Brandlhuber + is the Berlin based studio outfit of German architect Arno Brandlhuber (born 15 May 194 in Wasserlos, Germany) where he works with changing collaborators (+) on a range of projects related to building design as well as the urban environment. He holds the chair of architecture and..Add to a collection
est. 2000, Berlin
brandt+simon architekten is an architectural practice based in Berlin, Germany.
born 1961, Split
Branimir Medić (1961) graduated in 1987 at the Faculty of Architecture of Zagreb University, Croatia. After working for several different architecture firms, he undertook further study in 1990 at the Berlage Institute, Amsterdam, taking his Master of Excellence in Architecture degree in 1992...Add to a collection
born 1935, Sombor
Branislav Jovin (August 8th 1935) is a Sebian architect and urban planner. He became one of the key figures of the history of modern Serbian architecture after constructing the building of the Urban Planning Institute in 1970. He was for years Belgrade's chief urban planner.Add to a collection
Branislav Karadzic, Bozidar Jankovic and Aleksandar Stjepanovic were working in a team that planned several housing projects with accompanying buildings and constructed the Faculty of Dramatic Arts. They valorised architecture with expressive materials (rough concrete, brick, dyed linen).Add to a collection
born 1899, Smederevo
Branislav Kojić (1899, Smederevo – 1987, Belgrade) studied in Paris (Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures, 1918-1921). He belongs to a generations of French-educated architects who turned towards contemporary events and the realization of modern ideas and programmes. Thanks to his pragmatic..Add to a collection
BRANISLAV MITROVIĆ, architect, was born in 1948 in Bar, Montenegro. After graduation on Gymnasium, enrolled The Faculty of Architecture at University of Belgrade in 1967 Graduated in 1974 in class of Prof. arch. Uroš Martinovic. In 1977 was accepted to The Association of Fine Artists of Applied..Add to a collection
born 1912, Krk
Branko Bon was Yugoslavia president Tito's favorite architect. He worked on many reconstructions like the one of the High School and Art Academy (1936) in Zagreb. Between 1936 and 1941 he designed villas (Bakarr, Korčula, Zagreb) and Palace Albanija in Belgrade.
Bon participated in National..
born 1501, Lisbon
Afonso Brás de Albuquerque (Alhambra, c. 1501 - Lisboa, 1581), son of Afonso de Albuquerque, was overseer of Finance, member of the steering Mercy and Senate President Lisbon. Belonged to him two of the most representative buildings of the Portuguese Renaissance: Casa dos Bicos, which he built in..Add to a collection
born 1979, São Paulo
The architectural practice Brasil Arquitetura was founded in 1979. Since then, the firm has developed projects for diverse programs: museums, residential buildings, private houses, boutiques, restaurants, and community and cultural centers. Additionally, the firm is involved in furniture and..Add to a collection
Breathe Architecture is a relatively small practice set up in Melbourne, Australia by Jeremy McLeod. The studio has built a reputation for designing and executing sustainable architecture projects.
Their design projects use a range of environmentally sustainable design methods such as..
born 1904, Alton, Kansas
Bruce Alonzo Goff was an American architect, distinguished by his organic, eclectic, and often flamboyant designs for houses and other buildings in Oklahoma and elsewhere. A 1951 Life Magazine article stated that Goff was "one of the few US architects whom Frank Lloyd Wright considers..Add to a collection
born 1925, La Cumbre
Bruce John Graham (December 1, 1925 – March 6, 2010) was a Colombian architect. Among his most notable buildings are the Inland Steel Building, the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), the Hotel Arts in Barcelona and the John Hancock Center. He worked with Fazlur Khan on all three..Add to a collection