Stadelmann Schmutz Wössner

Architekten, Berlin

RECENTLY COMPLETED

Globale: Infosphäre

Museum für Neue Kunst, ZKM Karlsruhe
05.09.2015 – 31.01.2016

Commission: ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe
Curator: Peter Weibel with Daria Mille, Giulia Bini
Construction: Anything is Possible, Amsterdam
Area: 2.500 sqm

Globale: Exo-Evolution

Medienmuseum, ZKM Karlsruhe
31.10.2015 – 28.02.2016

Commission: ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe
Curator: Peter Weibel with Sabiha Keyif, Philipp Ziegler, Giulia Bini
Construction: Anything is Possible, Amsterdam
Area: 5.500 sqm

Globale: Allahs Automaten

Medienmuseum, ZKM Karlsruhe
31.10.2015 – 28.02.2016

Commission: ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe
Curator: Sigfried Zielinski with Eckhard Fürlus, Daniel Irrgang
Construction: Anything is Possible, Amsterdam
Area: 300 sqm

Stefanos Tsivopoulos, History Zero

Pavilion of Greece, La Biennale di Venezia, 2013

Commission: Hellenic Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports
Curator: Syrago Tsiara
Construction: Anything is Possible, Amsterdam
Graphic design: NODE Berlin/Oslo

FUTURE PROJECTS

Actopolis, 2015 – 2017

Thematic exhibitions in six different cities around
Southeast Europe: Ankara, Athens, Belgrade, Bucharest,
Sarajevo, Zagreb

In collaboration with graphic design studio NODE Berlin/Oslo
Commission: Urbane Künste Ruhr, Goethe-Institut
Artistic Directors: Katja Aßmann, Angelika Fitz

Globale: New Sensorium

Museum für Neue Kunst, ZKM Karlsruhe
05.03.2016 – 07.08.2016

Commission: ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe
Curator: Peter Weibel
Area: 2.000 sqm

Globale: Reset Modernity

Medienmuseum, ZKM Karlsruhe

Commission: ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe
Curator: Bruno Latour, AIME-Team
Area: 1.600 sqm

Globale: The Modernisation Process of Chinese Art

Medienmuseum, ZKM Karlsruhe
10.04.2016 – 04.09.2016

Commission: ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe
Curator: Pan Gongkai
Area: 600 sqm

ABOUT US

EVA-MARIA STADELMANN studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart. She worked with Valerio Olgiati in Zürich, 6a Architects in London and Springer Architekten in Berlin, where she was involved in various public projects with a focus on culture and art within a listed building context, including the South London Gallery. Since 2010 she is a project architect with David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin where she worked on the recently completed Forum Museumsinsel in Berlin Mitte. Beside her practical work she has been writing for the architecture magazine Bauwelt. Since 2008 she is registered architect at Architektenkammer Baden-Württemberg.

BERND SCHMUTZ studied architecture and urban planning at the Academies of Fine Arts in Hamburg and Vienna. Before setting up SSW he worked since 2004 with Caruso St John Architects in London where he became a partner in 2013. Having worked on contemporary arts centre 'Nottingham Contemporary' and Grade I listed 'Soane's Museum' in London as well as 1st prize competition schemes like 'Bremer Landesbank' and 'Paulaner Housing Munich' his experience ranges from galleries, museums, interior designs to office buildings and housing across Europe. He has been teaching Unit 2 at Kingston University for three years and was invited for lectures and as a guest critic at various universities and institutions. Bernd Schmutz is registered architect at ARB and Bayerische Architektenkammer.

FRANK JOACHIM WÖSSNER studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and ETH Zürich. Since 2008 he is registered architect at Architektenkammer Baden-Württemberg. Before establishing his own practice in 2010 he worked with Morger & Degelo Architekten in Basel and Caruso St John Architects in London, where he was involved as a project architect in a wide range of international private and public projects with a focus on museums, art galleries and exhibition designs, such as Newport Street Art Gallery for Damien Hirst in South London, the National Offices for the Arts Council England in Central London and Thomas Demand‘s 'Phototrophy' exhibition at Kunsthaus Bregenz. Since 2010 he is holding a teaching position as assistant professor at Potsdam School of Architecture and was invited as guest critic, e.g. at Kingston University in London.

CONTACT

Stadelmann Schmutz Wössner
Reuterstrasse 82
12053 Berlin
+49 30 7022 3369
info@ssw-architects.com

CREDITS

© 20132015 by Stadelmann Schmutz Wössner. All rights reserved except as stated. Photographs of the Greek Pavilion at Venice Biennale by Simon Menges, Berlin. All other images if used in any renderings are acknowledged as belonging to their respective owners. Interim website by Fuchs Borst.

FURTHER INFORMATION:

www.fjwoessner.com