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FAT Koehl Architekten

Berlin, Germany
est. 2002, Berlin

FAT Koehl Architekten's approach is taken from a vision where cities will become more social homogeneous with more moral values in the real estate profit standards to enable progress. The work in housing cooperatives or building societies dwelling, are intended to give shareholders the purchase..

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gaupenraub+/-

Vienna, Austria
est. 1999, Vienna

Alexander Hagner and Ulrike Schartner founded the architecture studio gaupenraub+/- in 1999. Both Ulrike and Alexander had studied at the University of Applied Arts for 3 years with Johannes Spalt before continuing for 5 years with Wolf D. Prix. Since then, they've worked as external lecturers..

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VinziRast

Vienna, Austria
by gaupenraub+/-

VinziRast-mittendrin is a result of the Vienna Audimax Occupation by students in 2009. The rebuilt and extended Biedermeier building is a pilot project in the area of community living. Since the opening in spring of 2013, students live together with formerly homeless persons in 10 living..

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Anja Planišček

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born Ljubljana

Anja Planišček graduated from the Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture (1998) and completed her postgraduate studies at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London (2002). She is currently working as associate professor at Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana and as..

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BAR Architekten

Berlin, Germany
born 1992, Berlin

The architects group BAR (Base for Architecture and Research) was founded in 1992 by Antje Buchholz, Jack Burnett-Stuart, Michael von Matuschka and Jürgen Patzak-Poor. BAR developed and implemented construction and design projects on quite different scales. In initially small-scale projects with..

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Silvia Carpaneto

Berlin, Germany
born Berlin

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Christian Schöningh

Berlin, Germany
born Berlin

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The QB community housing project in Wildgarten am Rosenhügel starts with a new concept of communal planning. Architecture and Garden planning is generated as an inclusive and bottom-up development process by the future residents who’d like to live or is interested in Vienna’s First Queer Town..

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