Building site for Lyse-Lotte has started.
The building site for the cooperative housing Lyse-Lotte in Basel has started! We are very glad to follow the process and can’t wait for the completion in 2023.Read More
Céline Baumann is awarded a visiting professorship as part of the Division “Natural and Built Environment” of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
She is one of four visiting professors of the Wüstenrot Foundation who, from the winter semester 2021/22 to the summer semester 2023, will extend the array of courses offered in the master’s degree in architecture for one semester with relevant and responsible contributions to the major societal challenges for building in the present and the future.Read More
Swiss Art Awards 2021 opens in the hall 3 of the Messe in Basel.
The Swiss Art Awards exhibition, which is organised by the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, offers an insight into current art and architecture in Switzerland and is a valuable reference for art professionals and art lovers.Read More
Public presentation of the urban study for the Fabric site in Brombach, Lörrach.
Building permit submitted for the Settelen site in Basel.
The building permit for the Settelen site in Basel with Diener & Diener architects has been submitted in April 2021. We are looking forward to the next steps!Read More
Building permit submitted for the Lyse-Lotte building in Basel.
The building permit for the new construction of the Lyse-Lotte housing in the Lysbüchel district of Basel has been submitted in September 2020. We are looking forward to the next steps!Read More
Conversation with curator Ethel Baraona Pohl published in the Solitude Journal on Collective Care & Response-ability.
The Solitude Journal features works and writings in which the political, social and ethical dimensions of care and concern between humans, non-humans, other species and the material world converge. A publication of the Akademie Schloss Solitude edited by Denise Helene Sumi.Read More
First prize for the Bachmatt site in Windisch by Brugg.
*!Labs!* with Depatriarchise Design in The Garage, Basel.
Depatriarchise Design is a non-profit design research platform that examines the complicity of design in the reproduction of oppressive systems.
Talk during vorgestellt at the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel.
The evening presents the work of three emerging practices from Basel: Architecture Club, Studio Céline Baumann and Weyell Zipse & Hörner. Moderated by Andreas Kofler, the S AM curator.Read More
First prize for the Settelen site in Basel.
The team led by Diener & Diener Architeckten wins first prize for the densification project of the Settelen site, a logistics company whose headquarters history dates back to horse-carried parcel delivery.Read More