Founded in 2019 in Basel, Switzerland, and currently focused on projects in Belgium, Switzerland and Japan.
Studied architecture at Ghent University
in Belgium & University of Pennsylvania
in the United States and acquired diverse working experience in structural engineering, architecture and academia in Switzerland and Belgium.
From 2010 to 2012, he worked as a researcher with Profs. Gramazio & Kohler at ETH Zurich Department of Architecture
, focused on research in the field of Architecture & Digital Fabrication, more specifically related to free-form concrete structures. This research was awarded the Holcim Awards Global Innovation prize 2012
Joined Herzog & de Meuron
in Basel in 2012, involved as an architect in various roles with projects such as the National Library of Israel
in Jerusalem, New North Zealand Hospital Hillerød
in Denmark, the Orientalist Museum
and the Qatar Art Mill
in Doha and the 6AM Mixed-use development
in Los Angeles.
Teaching as an assistant of Prof. Simon Hartmann at the Chair for Building Planning and Design, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
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Axel Vansteenkiste — Architecture