Christ and Gantenbein

Architecture on Stage

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Explore the practice of acclaimed Swiss architect duo Christ and Gantenbein who join us to discuss past and future projects.

Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein founded Basel-based Christ & Gantenbein in 1998, having previously worked in the office of Herzog de Meuron. Recent projects include the extensions of the Kunstmuseum in Basel and the Swiss National Museum in Zurich. The practice is currently working on the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne as well as housing schemes in France and Germany.

The Architecture Foundation, in association with the Barbican, presents Architecture on Stage – a programme of talks and debates.

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