Three things. New Campus University of Bern by wulf architekten and STUDIOPEZ

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WMM Ingenieure AG.
Reflexion AG.
holzprojekt gmbh.
Chaves Biedermann GmbH.
Drees & Sommer Schweiz AG, Büro Basel.
Dr. Lüchinger+Meyer.
Corenta AG.
Müller-BBM GmbH.
Planungsbüro Theater- und Lichttechnik.
Rapp Infra AG.
81,000 sqm.
2019.- contest.
2019-2024.- planning.
2024-2029.- construction.
Berna, Switzerland.

Pedro Peña Jurado, Daniel Zarhy. STUDIOPEZ

STUDIOPEZ is an international architecture studio based in Basel (Switzerland) and Tel Aviv (Israel), founded in 2011 by Pedro Peña Jurado (Córdoba, 1984) and Daniel Zarhy (Tel Aviv, 1980) as a continuation of their work and collaboration in the renowned studio Herzog & de Meuron during the 2000s.

At the origin of STUDIOPEZ are the multicultural roots of both founders and their desire to continue expanding the limits of design and architecture. The essence of STUDIOPEZ lies in diversity and its agility to offer simple solutions, without complications or dramas. Under these premises, the studio has participated in numerous large-scale and technically complex projects around the world.


Tobias Wulf. wulf architekten

wulf architekten is an architecture studio that was founded by Tobias Wulf in 1987. It has a total of 150 employees distributed between its headquarters in Stuttgart, Berlin and Basel.

The office is currently headed by Tobias Wulf, Jan-Michael Kallfaß, Ingmar Menzer and Steffen Vogt. From 1996 to 2018, Kai Bierich and Alexander Vohl were partners of Tobias Wulf at wulf architekten. In addition to office activity, they also participate in teaching, in professional organizations, as specialized judges and in design committees. In recent years, his projects have been awarded numerous awards.

All the projects they produce are guided by ten premises regarding; concept, context, resources, vision, structure, form, space, type, flexibility and complexity. His spectrum of work encompasses a variety of sophisticated construction assignments. Their architecture is characterized by clarity and breadth: they also seek simple solutions for complex tasks, always aware of the finite nature of our resources. Their commitment to quality is based on the continuity of work throughout all phases of the project. Functionality and economy are the basis for developing high-quality architecture, although this is never the only goal.



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