Christophe DM Barlieb
Christophe DM BARLIEB is especially known for his conceptual architecture, drawings and expertise in digital design. He studied at Pratt Institute.
Throughout the nineties he worked with Raimund Abraham on the Austrian Cultural Forum, the Musikerhaus and the Harry Smith Heaven and Earth Library.
In 2001 he relocated to Berlin, Germany.
He's a Prix André Arfvidson recipient. Selected works have been published and exhibited at the Biennial of Architecture in Venice, the Grand Palais in Paris and the Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt among others.
He lectures and teaches extensively worldwide. He is currently a Professor at the TU Berlin.
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