KUEHN MALVEZZI



KUEHN MALVEZZI Kuhen Malvezzi Studio notebook is closed using the elastic closure, making the observer curious to open it, but since it's impossible we can only speculate what it hold with in.
 

Kuhen Malvezzi Studio was founded in 2001 in Berlin by Simona Malvezzi, Wilfried Kuehn and Johannes Kuehn. They rapidly became established in the field of museum and exhibition architecture for contemporary art with the conversion of the former Binding Brewery for the Documenta 11 in Kassel (2002) and the museum extension of the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin for the Friedrich Christian Flick Collection (2004). In 2007 Kuehn Malvezzi completed the conversion of a former factory building for the Julia Stoschek Collection in Duesseldorf. Recently part of the X International Architecture Exhibition in Venice they also won the 1st prize for the extension of the Museum Berggruen and the special price for their design of the Humboldt-Forum Berlin, in 2004 Kuehn Malvezzi held a summer workshop on the future of urban development, followed by 3 exhibitions in Berlin, Magdeburg and Leipzig afterwards included in the show "Shrinking cities" in 2004/05. The design process of Kuehn Malvezzi is based on a theoretical approach, which goes well beyond the usual categorical boundaries.

Their notebook is closed using the elastic closure, making the observer curious to open it, but since it's impossible we can only speculate what it hold with in.

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