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news:

10-13th march 2015
Sauerbruch Hutton will be present at MIPIM, Stand R7.G38/11 /// MIPIM, Cannes

10th february 2015
Sauerbruch Hutton's Immanuel Church in Cologne shortlisted for the Mies van der Rohe Award /// European Union Award for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 2015

29th january 2015
BDA Hamburg Architektur Preis 2014 for the Ministry for Urban development and the Environment, Hamburg /// Architekturpreis Hamburg

6th december 2014
1st prize for our Postcheckamt Masterplan at Hallesches Ufer, Berlin /// competitionline


lectures and talks:

25th april 2015
lecture by Matthias Sauerbruch, symposium <Architecture, Urbanism and the Humanities> /// Brown University, Providence, RI

22nd april 2015
lecture by Louisa Hutton, symposium <Facade: Phenomena, Identity and Memory> /// University at Buffalo, NY

21st april 2015
lecture by Jürgen Bartenschlag <Neue Farben der Architekturkeramik>
/// Härterei, Zürich

14th april 2015
<Begreifbare Architektur> exhibition, opening speech by Matthias Sauerbruch /// Bremen School of Architecture

march 2015
Matthias Sauerbruch, Jury /// Global Schindler Award 2015

12th march 2015
<Die Stadt der Zukunft> panel with Matthias Sauerbruch
/// DAM, Frankfurt am Main

25th february 2015
lecture by Tanja Reiche /// DBZ Werkgespräch, BSU Hamburg

19th february 2015
<Second Nature?> panel with Matthias Sauerbruch
/// Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein

13th february 2015
<The debt of Architecture>, lecture by Louisa Hutton /// IE University, Segovia

10th february 2015
<Room for Emotions: Embodying Architecture in Film>, panel with Matthias Sauerbruch and Joanna Hogg /// Berlinale Talents


exhibitions:

13.9. to 15.10.2014
<HOW SOON IS NOW> /// Galerie Judin, Berlin

7.6. to 28.9.2014
<M9 - Transforming the City> exhibition, 14. Biennale Architettura di Venezia /// Fondazione di Venezia


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portfolio

culture
Experimenta, Heilbronn /// M9 Museum, Venice-Mestre /// Immanuel Church and Parish Centre, Cologne /// Wine Dome, Valbuena /// Palais de la Musique et des Congrès, Strasbourg /// Peony Exposition World, Luoyang /// Museum of European History, Brussels /// Türkentor Art Space, Munich /// Museum Brandhorst, Munich /// Munch Stenerson Museum, Oslo /// Extension of the Kunsthaus, Zurich /// Enzo Ferrari Museum, Modena /// Ritter Museum, Waldenbuch /// BMW Event and Delivery Centre, Munich /// Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

public
Ministry for Urban Development and the Environment, Hamburg /// Plaza de Barceló, Madrid /// Federal Environment Agency, Dessau /// Fire and Police Station, Berlin /// Town Hall, Hennigsdorf

office, administration
Hagenholzstrasse, Zurich /// Stockholm New One /// Ernst & Young Headquarters, Luxembourg /// Two New Ludgate, London /// Munich RE, Munich /// Kinetik, Boulogne-Billancourt /// Wood Wharf, London /// Tors Towers, Stockholm /// Saint-Georges Center, Geneva /// ZAC Claude Bernard, Paris /// ADAC Headquarters, Munich /// Kunst Kubus, Berlin /// Corporate Center, Zurich /// Bayer Healthcare, Berlin /// Maciachini, Milan /// KfW Westarkade, Frankfurt /// Cologne Oval Offices /// Amorepacific Headquarters, Seoul /// Studio Sauerbruch Hutton, Berlin /// Municipal Savings Bank, Oberhausen /// Langelinie, Copenhagen /// Most Energy Efficient Building in Europe, Oslo /// GSW Headquarters, Berlin

education, research
Hager Forum, Obernai /// University Building, Potsdam /// Bocconi Campus, Milan /// Otto Bock Moving Centre, Duderstadt /// Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning, University of Melbourne /// John H. Daniels Faculty, Toronto /// German School, Madrid /// Jessop West, Sheffield /// College of Music, Karlsruhe /// School of Design Development, Hongkong /// New High School, Copenhagen /// Pharmacological Research Laboratories, Biberach /// Experimental Factory, Magdeburg /// Sedus Development Centre, Dogern /// Photonics Centre, Berlin

residential
Low2No, Helsinki /// K House, Munich /// Housing Bachstrasse, Berlin /// Vulcano, Zurich /// Gustav-Heinemann-Ufer Riverside flats, Cologne /// Port d’Austerlitz, Strasbourg /// City Life Rehrlplatz, Salzburg /// Quartier by the City Wall, Bamberg /// Studio and Loft Karin Sander, Berlin /// Winter Olympic Village 2018, Munich /// Heart of Doha, Qatar /// Apartment Tower, Zurich /// N House, London /// H House, London /// L House, London

hospitality, retail, logistics
Alea 101, Berlin /// Quartier am Karlsplatz, Stuttgart /// Apartment Tower, Düsseldorf /// Sedus High-bay Warehouse, Dogern /// Trade Fair Boulevard, Cologne

urban planning
Hallesches Ufer Block 608, Berlin /// Lehrter Strasse Masterplan, Berlin /// North West Station, Vienna /// Albert Basin, London /// Masséna-Brunesau, Paris Rive Gauche /// Jessop Campus, Sheffield /// TV-World, Hamburg /// ICE-Terminal, Cologne

interior, exhibition
Works for Munich /// Picasso Artist's Books /// ADACH Platform for the Visual Arts /// Prototype Casa Barcelona /// 1234 The Architecture of Sauerbruch Hutton /// Kvadrat and Soft Cells /// Sense and Sensuality /// Eyescape Soundscape /// Beehouses /// The British Council, Berlin /// WYSIWYG /// Zumtobel Staff Showroom, Berlin

product design
door handles for FSB /// Munich Armchair /// Munich Chair /// Munich Lounge Chair /// Munich Sofa /// Munich Stool /// Munich Coffee Table /// Led-Line /// Mobile Wardrobe /// Town Hall Bench

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officeprofile

Sauerbruch Hutton is an international agency for architecture, urbanism and design, founded in 1989. Presently there are about 75 Architects, Designers, Engineers, Modelmakers and administrative staff working in our office in Berlin. The team is led by the partners Matthias Sauerbruch, Louisa Hutton, Juan Lucas Young and the associates Jürgen Bartenschlag, Andrew Kiel, Tom Geister and David Wegener.

Sauerbruch Hutton realise individual and sustainable solutions to a wide range of programmes. The enjoyment of the sensuality of space and material, as well as the mastery of up-to-date technology and the intelligent use of existing resources of every kind are the focus of our work.

Built works range from the much-noted Brandhorst Museum in Munich to the Federal Environmental Agency in Dessau, which presents a benchmark building for the sustainable design of offices. A whole series of projects for private and public clients are currently under way in Germany and Europe.

Our projects are always inspired by and tailored to the specifics of their site, their brief and their client. Since we consider architecture to be a process of dialogue we intimately involve selected experts and consultants in every stage of the design process. Sauerbruch Hutton have been awarded numerous national and international prizes.

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jobs

Architect
we're looking for a talented architect (work experience max. 5 years) to join our team in Berlin /// mehr

Internships
we regularly offer full-time internships to architecture students for a period of at least 4 months to work in our Berlin office. We expect exceptional talent in architectural design, model making and CAD/3D-modelling. Please send your CV and samples of your work to Mareike Lamm: internships(at)sauerbruchhutton.com

Internships in Product Design
students of Product/Furniture Design can send their application to: design(at)sauerbruchhutton.com

Please note that we can't return any applications sent to us by post.


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contact

Sauerbruch Hutton
Lehrter Straße 57
D - 10557 Berlin
t +49 30 397 821 -0
f +49 30 397 821 -30
e-mail: mail(at)sauerbruchhutton.com

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