Brandlhuber+ (2G 81)
Edited by Moises Puente. Text by Antje Stahl, Nikolaus Kuhnert
Walther & Franz König, 2021
Brandlhuber+ is an architecture office founder in 2006 by Arno Brandlhuber and devoted to the idea of collaboration with other practices, disciplines, and individuals. This publication focuses exclusively on the practice of Arno Brandlhuber since he moved his studio from Cologne to Berlin, and features works as renowned as the Anti-Villa in Potsdam, the Rocha Villa in Uruguay or the Terrassenhaus in Berlin to the new unpublished villas in Sicily and the studio for an artist in Ninikowo, in Poland. Brandlhuber + is undoubtedly one of the most interesting contemporary architectural practices in Germany, and a key figure to understand the transformation processes of European cities.
Arno Brandlhuber will be the chief curator of the German Pavilion at the next Venice Architecture Biennale.