Detachable and reusable architecture. Study Pavilion TU Braunschweig by Gustav Düsing + Max Hacke

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Gustav Düsing, Max Hacke. Architects.- Gustav Düsing (1984 Germany); Max Hacke (1986 Germany).
Site Supervisor.- iwb Ingenieure.
Structural Engineering.- Knippers Helbig Ingenieure.
Fire consulting.- Dehne Kruse Branschutzingenieure.
Building physics.- energydesign.
TU Braunschweig.
Total area.- 1,500 m².
Usable floor area.- 1,000 m².
2023 (Year began 2020).
Braunschweig, Germany.
Lat-Lng: (52.2723339, 10.5287848).
5.2 Mill.

Gustav Düsing

Gustav Düsing studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and the Architectural Association in London and is a registered architect in Berlin.

His studio is based on constantly exploring, experimenting, and tweaking space, material, and structure to find new ways for architecture to respond to current environmental and socio-political challenges.

He has participated in numerous art and architecture exhibitions including the first ever Antarctic Biennale (2017). His work has been award with the 2023 German Architecture Prize (state prize), the 2020 Rome Prize for Architecture and in 2020/21 Gustav Düsing was an Artist in Residence at the German Academy in Rome, Villa Massimo.

Since 2015 he has taught at different Universities including, the TU Braunschweig, UDK Berlin and in 2021 he was appointed visiting Professor at the University Roma Tre. In 2022 Gustav Düsing was co-teaching a design studio at Cornell University AAP.

Max Hacke. Büro Hacke

Büro Hacke is a collaborative architecture studio based in Berlin and founded in 2016 by Max Hacke. His work covers a wide range of sectors from educational buildings for public clients to residential projects and housing for private clients. Additionally, they engage in cultural projects, research and exhibition, and furniture design, understanding architecture as a collaborative effort between project partners, clients, and consultants in an attempt to formulate an artistic, sustainable, and realistic ambition for each project.

Max Hacke (1986) is an architect based in Berlin. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and as a fellow at the Architectural Association in London. After graduating in 2013, he worked in various London offices. Not only in practice but also in teaching and research, he focuses on the role of architecture in shaping new social and collective dynamics. His conceptual focus is on the variability and flexibility of architecture, as well as a tendency to understand architecture as a process rather than as an object.
Max Hacke has been awarded the German Architecture Prize 2023 and is nominated for the DAM Preis 2024 and the EU Mies van der Rohe Prize 2024.



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