Thursday 15 October 2020
14:00 - 15:00
Franz&Sue and the many stories
Seminar in German
Franz&Sue realize a wide range of typologies with great success. Each project tells its own story - at the Collection and Research Center of the Tyrolean State Museums a prehistoric axe was the starting point for the black façade surface. Franz&Sue have developed the shell of their architecture cluster Stadtelefant in Vienna from industrial prefabricated concrete elements, and the Protestant Campus Nuremberg with its new wooden facade will in future shape the eastern entrance to the city. Three projects that carry the interior to the outside.
After studying architecture at the Vienna University of Technology, Michael Anhammer also worked for a time as a film critic and organizer of film festivals. Together with Christian Ambos and Harald Höller he founded Sue Architekten in 2006. 2008-2012 he was chairman and spokesman of the IG Architektur. During this time Sue Architekten, together with Franz Architekten, was one of the initiators of the "Fightclub", which enables young architects to discuss their competition designs with colleagues on a regular basis. This also led to increased cooperation with Robert Diem and Erwin Stättner, who founded Franz Architekten in 2009. In 2017 the two teams merged to form Franz&Sue and developed the creative cluster "Stadtelefant" together with colleagues, in which they also run their office and for the realization of which they won the Bauherrpreis 2019.
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