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Arno Brandlhuber works as an Architect and Urban Planer.
He studied Architecture and Urbansim at the Technical University Darmstadt and the Accademia del Arte in Florence.
From 1992 on he initiated several project- and office partnerships, amongst others with Zamp Kelp and Julius Krauss, later on with Bernd Kniess (b&k+).
During this period, among others, the projects Neanderthal Museum (Mettmann, 1996) and the Kölner Brett (Cologne, 2000); and numerous publications have been realized.

He is the founder of brandlhuber+ (2006) and Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon a collaborative practice with Markus Emde and Thomas Burlon based in Berlin since 2009.
The projects during this period include the Haus Brunnenstrasse 9 (Berlin, 2009), the Antivilla (Krampnitz, 2014) and St. Agnes (Berlin, 2015).

Arno Brandlhuber teaches at several universities and colleges.
Since 2003 he holds the chair of architecture and urban research at the Academy of Fine Arts, Nuremberg and is directing the nomadic masters program: a42.org.
He was a guest teacher at several universities including Technische Universität Wien, ETH Zurich and Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Besides his building practice he is researching the spatial production of the Berlin Republic, including several exhibitions and a recently published book on Berlin entitled The Dialogic City: Berlin wird Berlin.
In addition he deals with the subject of „the legislative" in architecture as a determining factor in both, his building practice as well as an architecture-theoretical discourse.

His practice has been included in the 9th, 10th, 11th, 13th and 15th Architecture Biennale. The latter shows the collaborative movie Legislating Architecture by Arno Brandlhuber + Christopher Roth.
© Wolfgang Stahr

Collaborations

Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon  
Berlin since 2008

In 2006, Arno Brandlhuber, Markus Emde and Thomas Burlon (formerly Schneider) teamed up to establish their practice Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon.
This cooperation generated numerous projects and studies: among others, the gallery and atelier building Haus Brunnenstrasse 9 (Berlin), the arts and cultural center St. Agnes (Berlin) and the Antivilla in Krampnitz, Potsdam.
Markus Emde studied architecture at the BU Wuppertal. His architectural studies were preceded by a training as a lathe worker and a degree in interior design. He worked as an independent architect, followed by an project partnership with Arno Brandlhuber in his former office b&k+ (Cologne) where he became a partner in 2001. Since 2008, Markus Emde helds the professorship for „Design & Construction“ at the OTH Regensburg. Both his architectural practice as well as his teachings are determined by intense reflections on the use of materials and the detail in the architecture; as in Rachel or Rocha.
Thomas Burlon was trained as an architect at the TU Dresden and the RWTH Aachen. Before co-founding Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon he was working together with BeL architects in Cologne. Since 2010, he heads the office brandlhuber+ in Berlin. Besides, he has his own practice — schneideroelsen — which deals mainly with the ever-changing question of standards and transformation in architecture. Thomas Burlon taught at the Technical University of Berlin and held numerous lectures among others at the Architecture Biennale Sao Paolo, the Flemish Architecture Institute, the Delft University of Technology and many more.


b+mpa  Brandlhuber+ Muck Petzet Architektengesellschaft mbH
Berlin since 2014 

Brandlhuber+ vihr 
Berlin since 2015

Brandlhuber+ Michalski&Wagner
Sicily since 2015

Brandlhuber+ June14 Meyer-Grohbrügge & Chermayeff
Berlin / New York since 2015

aB+dVVT  brandlhuber+ architecten de vylder vinck taillieu 
Berlin / Ghent since 2015

Exhibitions (Selection)

Legislating Architecture, Biennale di Venezia, 2016
The Dialogic City - Berlin wird Berlin, Berlinische Galerie, 2015
How Soon is Now?, Galerie Judin, 2014
This Is Modern: Deutsche Werkbundausstellung, Venedig, 2014  
12. Triennale Kleinplastik, Fellbach, 2013  
Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ, Berlin, 2013    
Neue Bescheidenheit - Architektur in Zeiten der Verknappung, Kunstverein Bielefeld, 2012;
Believers, KOW Berlin, 2012    
Archipel, n.b.k. Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2012
Im Archipel, KOW Berlin, 2012
Between Walls and Windows - Architektur und Ideologie, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, 2012
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Ressource Architektur, Beitrag der Bundesrepublik Deutschland zur 13. Architekturbiennale in Venedig, 2012
Das Architekturmodell - Werkzeug, Fetisch, kleine Utopie Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt am Main, 2012
Baukultur Made In Germany Beitrag der Bundesrepublik Deutschland zur 9. Architekturbiennale in Sao Paulo, 2011
Expedaction 032c workshop, Berlin 2011
Die 23 besten Bauwerke in/aus Deutschland, DAM  Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt, 2011
Realstadt, Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Bau und Stadtentwicklung, 2010
FischGrätenMelkStand, Beitrag zur letzten von John Bock kuratierten Ausstellung in der Temporären Kunsthalle Berlin, 2010
Updating Germany, Beitrag der Bundesrepublik Deutschland zur 11. Architekturbiennale Venedig, 2008
ConvertibleCity, Beitrag der Bundesrepublik Deutschland zur 10. Architekturbiennale Venedig, 2006
Art and Architecture in Collaboration, Box 2.0, Kopenhagen, Dänemark, 2005
b&k+ architecten, deSingel, Antwerpen, Belgien, 2005
Deutschlandschaft, Beitrag der Bundesrepublik Deutschland zur 9. Architekturbiennale Venedig, 2004
26a bienal de sao paulo, Beitrag zum deutschen Pavillon mit Thomas Demand, Sao Paulo, Brasilien, 2004
bühne 3, Kunstverein, Hamburg, 2003
Neue Deutsche Architektur – eine reflexive Moderne, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, 2002
New Trends of Architecture in Europe and Japan, Hillside Terrace, Tokyo, Japan, 2002
ArchiLab 3, Orléans, 2001    
ArchiLab 4, Orléans, 2002
heilige-drei-koenige.de, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Köln, 2000
in vitro landscape, Weißenhofgalerie, Stuttgart, 1999
Neanderthal Museum, AEDES Galerie, Berlin, 1998     

Awards (Selection)


Architekturpreis Berlin 2016   (0145 St. Agnes)
Deutscher Bauherrenpreis Modernisierung 2015, Besondere Anerkennung  (0131 Antivilla)
Brandenburgischer Baukulturpreis 2015, Sonderpreis   (0131 Antivilla)
Deutscher Architekturpreis 2015, Anerkennung   (0131 Antivilla)
BDA-Preis-Berlin 2012   (0113 Brunnenstrasse)
IHK Köln, Haus der Architektur Köln & Bundesstiftung Baukultur: Auszeichnung Beispielhafter Gewerbebau   (0066 Doenges I), Anerkennung   (0074, 0097 "standard+")
Deutscher Architekturpreis 2011, Anerkennung   (0113 Brunnenstrasse)  
Deutscher Bauherrenpreis 2011   (0113 Brunnenstrasse)
Architekturpreis Farbe-Struktur-Oberfläche 2010   (0113 Brunnenstrasse)
Architekturpreis der Stadt Kopenhagen 2007   (0089 Crystal)
Architekturpreis für vorbildliche Gewerbebauten 2006, HypoRealEstateStiftung München   (0074, 0097 "standard+")
Kölner Architekturpreis 2006, Anerkennung   (0074, 0097 "standard+")
Baulückenpreis der AKNW 2006   (0044 Stavenhof)
Auszeichnung vorbildlicher Bauten des Landes NRW 2005   (0066 Dönges I)
Preis des deutschen Stahlbaues 2004   (0066 Dönges I)
Kölner Architekturpreis 2003   (0044 Stavenhof)
2001 Coredesignpreis Schweden   (0010 <2,56m)
Bauherrenpreis 2002 (BDA/DST/GdW)   (0044 Stavenhof)
Architekturpreis Nordrhein-Westfalen 2001   (0021 Geisselstrasse)
Deutscher Architekturpreis 2001, Anerkennung   (0021 Geisselstrasse)
Architekturpreis Zukunft Wohnen 2000, Auszeichnung   (0021 Geisselstrasse)
Architekturpreis Zukunft Wohnen 2000   (0019 Kölner Brett)
Prix Rhenan 2000, Auszeichnung   (0021 Geisselstrasse)
Wüstenrot Preis 2000, Anerkennung   (0019 Kölner Brett)
Kölner Architekturpreis 2000   (0021 Geisselstrasse)
Kölner Architekturpreis 2000   (0019 Kölner Brett)
2000 Kölner Architekturpreis   (0010 <2,56m)
Architekturpreis Nordrhein-Westfalen 1998   (0003 Neanderthal)
Architekturpreis für vorbildliche Gewerbebauten 1998   (0010 <2,56m)
Förderpreis des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen 1998
BDA Auszeichnung 1997   (0003 Neanderthal)
Architekturpreis Beton 1997   (0003 Neanderthal)     

    

 

EDITORS: Tobias Hönig, Olaf Grawert    
TRANSLATION: Clara Jaschke
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