Patrick Reuter
Architekt ETH SIA
M +41 78 870 97 87
PR@ReuterRaeber.com

Lukas Raeber
Architekt ETH SIA
M +41 79 508 47 58
LR@ReuterRaeber.com

Nach fünf Jahren gemeinsamer Ateliertätigkeit mit vielen spannenden Projekten ist für uns die Zeit für eine Neuausrichtung gekommen.

Ihr werdet in naher Zukunft von unseren Ideen und Projekten hören. Wir sind für Anliegen und Fragen jederzeit erreichbar.

Patrick Reuter
Architekt ETH SIA
M +41 78 870 97 87
PR@ReuterRaeber.com

Lukas Raeber
Architekt ETH SIA
M +41 79 508 47 58
LR@ReuterRaeber.com

Riehen

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House in Riehen
Basel, Switzerland

Collaborators
Architecture: Patrick Reuter, Lukas Raeber
Engineering: WMM Ingenieure – Andreas Bayer, Gilbert Santini
HVAC: Beat Joss & Partner – Beat Joss
Building physics: Ehrsam & Partner – Seraphin Burri
Photographs: Eik Frenzel

Awards
– Arc Award – Swiss Architecture Award: Der Erste Bau – Gold/1st Prize
– Best Architects 17 Gold Award: additional information/mentions bestarchitects, hochparterre, Publication: order Book „Best Architects 17“
– The Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award Finalist: Architectural Review Issue October 2016
– Swiss Architects: Bau der Woche

Project Information
Glass, concrete, wood, and metal serve as the basis for drawing rich associations between space, structure, material, and location. What emerges is a house distinguished by contrasting interplays between heavy and light, load and support.

The horizontal building structure is thoughtfully embedded into the contours of the hillside; the transition from the interior to the exterior seamless and fluid. The narrow retaining walls bordering the residence and the enveloping yard give shape to a courtyard setting and preserve the palpable feel of the sloping terrain. A set of steps delineates the spatial flow of the interiors from entryway to the living, dining, and kitchen areas, picking up on the character of the descending outdoor terrain. The floor, fireplace, and two exterior load-bearing shear walls are made of concrete. A homogeneous structure, seemingly cast in one piece, encases the living room and serves as the foundation to the overlying wood construction.

A solid wood construction consisting of four exterior sheer walls and two transverse walls forms the structure of the overlying story, where the bedrooms are located. The wood construction is left exposed to the interior, while glass and metal surfaces form a weather barrier on the exterior. The wood structure rests on two vertical concrete shear walls, cantilevering to the front and back. It is stabilized by way of cross-bracing steel tension bars on the east- and west-facing windows that hold the two wooden shear walls together. The ceiling on the ground floor is hung front to back by way of tension rods attached to the two transverse steel roof beams.

The concrete construction on the ground level and the wood construction on the upper level interlock at two key junctions: the transverse concrete wall balanced over the fireplace forms the rear wall of the upstairs master bedroom and concrete bathtub; on the opposite side by the staircase, the wood construction runs through to the ground level. Two differing construction methods join in mutual dependency. What emerges is a static balancing act that unleashes an energetic, expansive sense of space and engenders an architectural language rich in associations.

 

Riehen – aatk

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1-5 construction site photographs

6. model photograph: lower floor, concrete construction terracing downwards along the terrain

7. model photograph: upper floor, wood construction mixed with concrete elements

 

Rueti

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Rueti General Purpose Building
Rueti, Zurich, Switzerland
Competition entry, Assembly Hall + General Purpose Building

Team
Patrick Reuter, Lukas Raeber, Camille Schneider

Rueti – aatk

Berufschule_Rueti1. Berufsschule Rueti, Bryan Cyrill Thurston

Froburg

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Froburg, Attic Extention & House Remodel
Basel, Switzerland

Collaborators
Patrick Reuter, Lukas Raeber, Camille Schneider
Photographs: Eik Frenzel

Project Information
The starting point of the design was an apartment building from the beginning of the 19th century in Basel. On the outside the heritage building was mainly left as found. On the inside the apartments on the lower five levels were carefully restored in the manner of the old house. The attic on top was remodeled into an independent apartment.
The attic extension respects the existing roof geometry with the exception of adding a new dormer window joined with a terrace in front which creates a spatial expansion.
The apartment is a wide open space. It is parted in sequences based on the floor plan and the distinct geometry of the roof. The central feature is a hoovering living-room furniture, which consists of a kitchen, a bookshelf and a fireplace, all in one. It offers multiple uses in a confined space. The resident can use and equip the furniture according to his needs. For example items can be placed in the bookshelf or hung on the support bar of the kitchen.
Structurally, the basis of the old attic as well as the central furniture piece rests upon four static relevant wooden connections standing in a row.
In order to create sufficient clearance the four wooden ties were placed on top of the intermediate purlin. These purlins now bear instead of hang.
On one end the central living-room furniture hangs on one of the wooden ties with the integrated fireplace whereas on the other end it stands on the floor. A tense balancing act is created by encompassing the existing structure of the old attic and by taking it one step further.

Froburg – aatk

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1. Balancing Act

2. Steel Structure – Hanging Kitchen, Fireplace and Bookshelf during construction

3. Raw Fireplace – Steel Structure

4. Attic before remodel, Froburgstrasse 2014

Landhof

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Landhof Pavilion
Basel, Switzerland
Competition entry, Landhof Pavilion & Public Parc in Basel

Collaborators
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur
Rapp Arcoplan, Thomas Stegmaier

 

Landhof – aatk

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1. Shin Takasuga – Hallway Sleeper House, 1980

2. Depot – Maiengasse, Basel

3. Wooden Truss

4. Bernard Tschumi – Parc de la Vilette, 1983

Brombacher

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Brombacher, Roof Addition
Kleinbasel, Switzerland

Project Information
The starting point for the design was an apartment building in Kleinbasel from the turn of the 20th century. In the context of neighborhood gentrification and reduced traffic through the Horburg Tunnel, the design intent was to renovate and vertically extend the existing building. The apartment units on the five lower floors have been carefully restored to their original character and the existing attic space has been expanded and converted into an additional apartment.

The roof extension has been constructed using prefabricated wood elements. The upper floor of the two-story rooftop apartment has been inserted between two sidewalls that span 9 meters from the firewall of one neighboring house to the other, forming a bridge-like element that serves a key structural role. They allow for an open, column-free floor plan and support the roof like two oversized center purlins. A narrow, longitudinally oriented staircase with closely spaced vertical slats connects the two levels. On the upper level, conceived as a house within a house, is a bedroom. Directly below are the main living area, kitchen, bathroom, and an enclosed room. The design of the structure and the useable surface area on the second floor allow for the ceiling of the living area to extend on both sides to the upper level. Penetrating the sidewalls and containing built-in components for books, the windows emanate a reinforcing quality. The chrome window reveals reflect a high degree of light, contrasting with the darkly varnished structural spruce wood construction, light oak wood parquet flooring, and white plaster finish of the ceiling and firewalls. What emerges is juxtaposition between refined and rough, streamlined and comfortable.

Brombacherstrasse – AatK

 

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1 – 4. Construction Site

Leicht und Schwer

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Ein Bericht über eine gebaute Vision der brasilianischen Moderne

Reisestipendium Erich Degen Stiftung ETH 2013-2014 / Erich Degen Foundation ETH Scholarship 2013-2014

Text und Fotografie: Patrick Reuter

Leicht und Schwer – aatk

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1-6 Photographs: Patrick Reuter, Brasil

Wasgenring

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Basel, Switzerland
Competition entry, Wasgenring Elementary School Extension in Basel

Collaborators
Patrick Reuter, Lukas Raeber, Camille Schneider
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur
Rapp Arcoplan, Thomas Stegmaier
Kalt+Halbeisen Ingenieurbüro
ZPF Ingenieure

Wasgenring – aatk

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2. School Campus F. + B. Haller, ca 1950

Regensburg

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Museum Regensburg
Regensburg, Germany
Competition entry, Bavarian History Museum Regensburg

Collaborators
Christoph Estrada Reichen Architekt
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur
Gruneko Schweiz AG Ingenieure für Energiewirtschaft
Gruner AG, Abteilung Tragwerke

 

Regensburg – Aatk

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1+2. Model Picture

3. Eduardo Chillida

4. Situation Plan Museum Regensburg – Donaumarket

5. M. C. Escher – Relativity, 1953

Queens Road

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Mid Century House Remodel
Queens Road, Los Angeles CA, USA

Queens Road – aatk

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1. Robert Venturi – Vanna Venturi House, 1964

2. Verner Panton

 

Kaserne

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Kaserne, Center For Contemporary Cultur
Basel, Switzerland
Competition entry, Kaserne Basel Center For Contemporary Culture

Collaborators
Patrick Reuter, Lukas Raeber, Camille Schneider
Philippe Cabane
Thomas Stegmaier

Kaserne – AatK

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1. new key connection Kaserne-Square to Rhine Promenade

Kjpk Clinic

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Basel, Switzerland
Competition entry, Psychiatric Clinic for the Adolescent in Basel

Collaborators
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur
Rapp Arcoplan

5. PRIZE

Kjpk Clinic– AatK

 

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1. Model 1:500

Zollstrasse Urban Plan

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Zollstrasse Urban Plan
Perimeter Zollstrasse, Zurich, Switzerland
Invited Competition, Zollstrasse

Collaborators
Marc Angélil, Michael Hirschbichler, Christophe Girot, Ilmar Hurkxkens

1. PRIZE

Zollstrasse – AatK

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1. Giambattista Nolli – Nolli Plan of Rome, 1784

2. Model – Vertical Nolli Plan

3. Mass Model 1:333 – Public Space Model 1:333

4. Model close-up views

 

Allschwil School

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 reuterraeber_sec_elevation_allschwilAllschwil School
Basel-Land, Switzerland
Competition entry, School in Allschwil

Collaborators
Haag Landschaftsarchitektur
Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AG

Allschwil School – AatK

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1. Structural Process Model

2. Rem Koolhaas –

3. Vilanova Artigas – FAU Center at University São Paulo, 1969

 

Weimar Bauhaus Museum

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Weimar Bauhaus Museum
Weimar, Germany
Competition entry 1. Phase

Weimar Bauhaus – AatK

 

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1. El Lissitzky – Wolkenbügel, 1924

2. Giovanni Battista Piranesi – The Drawbridge from the series The Imaginary Prisons (Le Carceri d’Invenzione), 1761

Jungstrasse

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Jungstrasse
St. Johann, Basel, Switzerland

Collaborators
Lukas Raeber, Marc Bieri

Jungstrasse – AatK

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1.2. Construction Site

3. Attic before remodel

 

Ofaz Firestation

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Fire Station & Education Center
Bernhardzell, St. Gallen, Switzerland
Competition entry, Fire Station

Collaborators
Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AG

 

 

Firestation – AatK

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1. Jean Prouvé – Shedroof, 1950

 

Casino Mythenquai

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Casino Mythenquai

A Casino, Hotel and Conference Centre at the Lake of Zurich

Thesis Patrick Reuter, ETH Zurich

Published in the ETH Yearbook 2008

As an urban design response to the site, the project positions itself as a long, extended volume, which is dissolved in horizontal, independent glazed bodies. This glazed conglomerate reflects the tradition of pavilions set within park landscapes. This strategy generates a strong special diversity to the outside and to the inside. By means of its reflections, intersections and penetrations, the project interlocks with its context and becomes an almost natural part of it. During the daytime, the filigree, glazed facades of the single volumes mirror the surrounding. At night, this impression is reversed by revealing the vivid interior urbanity to the outside.

 

Casino Mythenquai – AatK

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1-3. Structural Model View

4. Exhibition ETH, 2008

 

 

Local Bastion

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Zurich, Switzerland

Thesis Lukas Raeber, ETH Zurich

Published in the ETH Yearbook 2009, in MODULØR Magazin 2010

The project attempts to strengthen the local identity of zurich’s district 5 and the services it provides by means of five ‘bastions’ – buildings in five separate locations constructed as targeted interventions. with both conceptual clarity and using the concrete actions of urban development, the project reacts against the co-option of this area through commercialization and real estate speculation.
as bastions of the area and its social life, the buildings are intended to create a stand against ‘gentrification’ – that is, against ongoing demographic changes in district 5. through the establishment of a youth center with apprenticeship programs; the upgrading of a rundown building into a local trading center; setting up retirement homes and a local care centre; the construction of a local service center with social housing; and through placing a cultural center with event hall next to the train station, important pre-existing social and cultural programs will be accommodated and expressed in concise architectural language.
the buildings are intended to firmly establish the area’s structures as important monuments – and the way in which they are arranged will create public spaces, which can be activated in manifold ways by being used for temporary events. these public spaces will continue into the buildings’ interiors, and so construct cordon sanitaires that would contribute to the interaction of the respective social and cultural programs. the resulting typologies, from both the exterior and the interior, create an effect of openness and scope for versatile annexations.

the urban development strategy of selected interventions will logically be carried through on further architectural levels. while the buildings themselves will physically alter the area and define the cityscape, the programs – which will be strengthened by the bastions in which they are housed – concentrate on the immediate environment. In addition to the general effect on district 5 further local zones will be created that could each take on their own civic qualities.

Local Bastion – AatK

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1. Claude Parent – Église Sainte-Bernadette du Banlay

2. Kobas Laksa – Urban Gangrene / Architecture Beyond Building

3. Max Vogt – Switch Tower Zurich HB

4 – 6. Concrete Models 1:100

7. Concrete Models work in progress

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Patrick Reuter, MSc Arch. ETH

Patrick Reuter holds a Master in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH). During his studies he participated in an exchange semester at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism (FADU), University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in 2007. The ETH Architecture Yearbook featured his diploma project in 2008. Prior to founding the atelier Patrick has been working for the Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Paris and for the architects Richter-Dahl Rocha in Buenos Aires. After returning to Switzerland, Patrick joined Christ & Gantenbein Architects in Basel, where he contributed, among others, to the winning project proposal of the new Kunstmuseum Basel. Furthermore, Patrick also taught at the design studio of Marc Angélil`s chair at the ETH Zurich in 2011 as well as 2012.

 

Lukas Raeber, MSc Arch. ETH

Lukas Raeber holds a Master in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH). During his studies he participated in an exchange semester at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) with Peter Zumthor as well as in an exchange semester at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Tokyo with Manabu Chiba. During his time at the ETH, Lukas also studied with Visiting Professor Hani Rashid. His thesis work was published in the ETH Architecture Yearbook of 2009. Prior to founding their atelier Lukas taught at the design studio of Marc Angélil`s chair at the ETH Zurich between 2009 and 2012. In addition, he has also been working for Frank Gehry in Los Angeles and Diller Scofidio + Renfro in New York.

 

Fotografie: Claudia Link, Basel

People – AatK

reuterraeber_portrait_webLukas Raeber, MSc Arch. ETH

Lukas Raeber holds a Master in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH). During his studies he participated in an exchange semester at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) with Peter Zumthor as well as in an exchange semester at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Tokyo with Manabu Chiba. During his time at the ETH, Lukas also studied with Visiting Professor Hani Rashid. His thesis work was published in the ETH Architecture Yearbook of 2009. Prior to founding their office Lukas taught at the design studio of Marc Angélil`s chair at the ETH Zurich between 2009 and 2012. In addition, he has also been working for Frank Gehry in Los Angeles and Diller Scofidio + Renfro in New York

 

Patrick Reuter, MSc Arch. ETH

Patrick Reuter holds a Master in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH). During his studies he participated in an exchange semester at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism (FADU), University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in 2007. The ETH Architecture Yearbook featured his diploma project in 2008. Prior to founding the atelier Patrick has been working for the Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Paris and for the architects Richter-Dahl Rocha in Buenos Aires. After returning to Switzerland, Patrick joined Christ & Gantenbein Architects in Basel, where he contributed, among others, to the winning project proposal of the new Kunstmuseum Basel. Furthermore, Patrick also taught at the design studio of Marc Angélil`s chair at the ETH Zurich in 2011 as well as 2012.

 

Fotografie: Claudia Link, Basel

Publikationsauswahl

 

Projekte

Haus in Riehen
– Arc Award – Swiss Architecture Award: Der Erste Bau – Gold/1st Prize
– Best Architects 17 Gold Award: additional information/mentions bestarchitects, hochparterre, Publikationorder Book „Best Architects 17“
– The Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award Finalist: Architectural Review Issue October 2016
– Tec21, Issue 47/2016
– Swiss Architects: Bau der Woche

Brombacherstrasse
– Architekturpreis der beste Umbau, Archithema Verlag, 2016, ISBN 978-3-9524627-0-6
– Fachzeitschrift Gebäudehülle Schweiz, Ausgabe April 2016
– Magazin Umbau + Renovieren, Ausgabe Januar 2016

Metropolitan Commons – Denkallmend Dübendorf
– Archithese, Ausgabe Oktober 2014

Kjpk Clinic
– Tec21, Issue 36/2012

Leicht und schwer
– Ein Bericht über eine gebaute Vision der brasilianischen Moderne, Patrick Reuter 2013

There is no there there
– Städtebau in der Peripherie, Diplomthema A FS 2012 Prof. Marc Angélil, Patrick Reuter und Thomas Wyssen, ETH Zurich Diplomthema A 2012

Copy, Paste, Invert, Forget
– Lukas Raeber, Michael Hirschbichler, Tans 19 Gta Verlag Zurich 2011

Architectural Design Yearbook
– 2011 Professor Dr. Marc Angélil, Text Patrick Reuter ETH Zurich, ETH Zurich Yearbook 2011 Angelil

Casino Mythenquai
Thesis Patrick Reuter, ETH Zurich Yearbook 2008

Local Bastion
– Thesis Lukas Raeber, Modulor Magazin 08 2010
– Thesis Lukas Raeber, ETH Zurich Yearbook 2009
– Abecedarium zur Peripherie, Michael Hirschbichler, Ruby Press, 2013, ISBN 9–783944-074054

 

Atelier
– Magazin Umbau + Renovieren, Ausgabe 2/2015
– Baunetzwoche Shortlist 2017

Press – aatk

Publikationsauswahl

 

Projekte

Haus in Riehen
– Arc Award – Swiss Architecture Award: Der Erste Bau – Gold/1st Prize
– Best Architects 17 Gold Award: additional information/mentions bestarchitects, hochparterre, Publikationorder Book „Best Architects 17“
– The Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award Finalist: Architectural Review Issue October 2016
– Tec21, Issue 47/2016
– Swiss Architects: Bau der Woche

Brombacherstrasse
– Architekturpreis der beste Umbau, Archithema Verlag, 2016, ISBN 978-3-9524627-0-6
– Fachzeitschrift Gebäudehülle Schweiz, Ausgabe April 2016
– Magazin Umbau + Renovieren, Ausgabe Januar 2016

Metropolitan Commons – Denkallmend Dübendorf
– Archithese, Ausgabe Oktober 2014

Kjpk Clinic
– Tec21, Issue 36/2012

Leicht und schwer
– Ein Bericht über eine gebaute Vision der brasilianischen Moderne, Patrick Reuter 2013

There is no there there
– Städtebau in der Peripherie, Diplomthema A FS 2012 Prof. Marc Angélil, Patrick Reuter und Thomas Wyssen, ETH Zurich Diplomthema A 2012

Copy, Paste, Invert, Forget
– Lukas Raeber, Michael Hirschbichler, Tans 19 Gta Verlag Zurich 2011

Architectural Design Yearbook
– 2011 Professor Dr. Marc Angélil, Text Patrick Reuter ETH Zurich, ETH Zurich Yearbook 2011 Angelil

Casino Mythenquai
Thesis Patrick Reuter, ETH Zurich Yearbook 2008

Local Bastion
– Thesis Lukas Raeber, Modulor Magazin 08 2010
– Thesis Lukas Raeber, ETH Zurich Yearbook 2009
– Abecedarium zur Peripherie, Michael Hirschbichler, Ruby Press, 2013, ISBN 9–783944-074054

 

Atelier
– Magazin Umbau + Renovieren, Ausgabe 2/2015
– Baunetzwoche Shortlist 2017

Referenzliste

 

2016

House in Riehen, Basel, Switzerland, Completion spring 2016
– Arc Award – Swiss Architecture Award: Der Erste Bau – Gold/1st Prize
– „Best Architects 17 Gold Award“ Web: bestarchitects, Publikation: Buch bestellen
– „The Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award Finalist“
– Swiss Architects: Bau der Woche

Brombacherstrasse
– „Bester Umbau 2016“ nomination

2015

Two Single Familiy Houses
Sissach, BL

Rueti
Public Competition
Multi-Purpose Building, Rüti ZH, Switzerland

Two Houses on the Lake
Zürich

Apartment Building Remodel & Attic Extension
Froburgstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Spring 2015

2014

Sissach
Invited Study
Urban Planning „obere Hauptstrasse“, Sissach, Switzerland
with
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur, Andy Schönholzer

Wasgenring
Public Competition
Wasgenring Elementary School, Allschwil, Switzerland
with
Westpol, Andy Schönholzer
Thomas Stegmaier

Turn of the Century Apartment Building Remodel
3 Apartment Remodels
1 Duplex Apartment Extention
Gundeldingerstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
2013 – 2014

Kaserne
Public Competition
Kaserne Basel Center For Contemporary Culture, Basel Switzerland
with
Philippe Cabane
Thomas Stegmaier

2013

Mid Century House Remodel
Queens Road, Los Angeles CA, USA
Ongoing 2013–2015

Landhof
Competition entry
Basel, Switzerland

Bavarian History Museum Regensburg
International Public Competition
Regensburg, Germany
with Christoph Estrada Reichen Architekt
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur
3. Rundgang / 3. Round

ETH Travel Scholarship, Erich-Degen Foundation
South America
2013-2014

2012

Factory Building Conversion
Klingentalstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
2012-2013

Winter Garden Extension
Klingentalstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
2012-2013

Crematory
Public Competition
Cemetery Hoernli, Basel, Switzerland

Psychiatric Clinic for the Adolescent
Public Competition
Basel, Switzerland
with Rapp Arcoplan
5. Prize

New Bauhaus Museum Weimar
Inernational Public Competition
Weimar, Germany

Swiss Chancellery Nairobi
Public Competition
Nairobi, Kenia

Apartment Building Remodel
Delsbergerallee, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Winter 2012

Elementary School Allschwil
Public Competition
Allschwil, Basel-Land, Switzerland

Apartment Building Remodel & Roof Extension
Brombacherstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Summer 2012

2011

Row House Remodel
Kaeferholzstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Summer 2011

Public Bath Gland
Public Competition
Gland, Vaud, Switzerland

Copy, Paste, Invert, Forget
Publication in „trans 19 – composition“
with Michael Hirschbichler
gta Verlag, Zurich, Switzerland
ISBN 978-3-85676-292-6

Metropolitan Commons
Competition of Ideas
Denkallmend, Dübendorf, Switzerland

Urban Planning Zollstrasse
Invited Competition
Zürich, Switzerland
with Marc Angélil & Michael Hirschbichler
Christophe Girot & Ilmar Hurkxkens
1. Prize

Fire Station and Education Center
Public Competition
Bernhardzell, Switzerland

Roof Extension
Jungstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
with Marc Bieri

 

Please contact us directly for additional information

References – aatk

Referenzliste

 

2016

House in Riehen, Basel, Switzerland, Completion spring 2016
– Arc Award – Swiss Architecture Award: Der Erste Bau – Gold/1st Prize
– „Best Architects 17 Gold Award“ Web: bestarchitects, Publikation: Buch bestellen
– „The Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award Finalist“
– Swiss Architects: Bau der Woche

Brombacherstrasse
– „Bester Umbau 2016“ nomination

 

2015

Two Single Familiy Houses
Sissach, BL

Rueti
Public Competition
Multi-Purpose Building, Rüti ZH, Switzerland

Two Houses on the Lake
Zürich

Apartment Building Remodel & Attic Extension
Froburgstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Spring 2015

2014

Sissach
Invited Study
Urban Planning „obere Hauptstrasse“, Sissach, Switzerland
with
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur, Andy Schönholzer

Wasgenring
Public Competition
Wasgenring Elementary School, Allschwil, Switzerland
with
Westpol, Andy Schönholzer
Thomas Stegmaier

Turn of the Century Apartment Building Remodel
3 Apartment Remodels
1 Duplex Apartment Extention
Gundeldingerstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
2013 – 2014

Kaserne
Public Competition
Kaserne Basel Center For Contemporary Culture, Basel Switzerland
with
Philippe Cabane
Thomas Stegmaier

2013

Mid Century House Remodel
Queens Road, Los Angeles CA, USA
Ongoing 2013–2015

Landhof
Competition entry
Basel, Switzerland

Bavarian History Museum Regensburg
International Public Competition
Regensburg, Germany
with Christoph Estrada Reichen Architekt
Westpol Landschaftsarchitektur
3. Rundgang / 3. Round

ETH Travel Scholarship, Erich-Degen Foundation
South America
2013-2014

2012

Factory Building Conversion
Klingentalstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
2012-2013

Winter Garden Extension
Klingentalstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
2012-2013

Crematory
Public Competition
Cemetery Hoernli, Basel, Switzerland

Psychiatric Clinic for the Adolescent
Public Competition
Basel, Switzerland
with Rapp Arcoplan
5. Prize

New Bauhaus Museum Weimar
Inernational Public Competition
Weimar, Germany

Swiss Chancellery Nairobi
Public Competition
Nairobi, Kenia

Apartment Building Remodel
Delsbergerallee, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Winter 2012

Elementary School Allschwil
Public Competition
Allschwil, Basel-Land, Switzerland

Apartment Building Remodel & Roof Extension
Brombacherstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Summer 2012

2011

Row House Remodel
Kaeferholzstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
Completion Summer 2011

Public Bath Gland
Public Competition
Gland, Vaud, Switzerland

Copy, Paste, Invert, Forget
Publication in „trans 19 – composition“
with Michael Hirschbichler
gta Verlag, Zurich, Switzerland
ISBN 978-3-85676-292-6

Metropolitan Commons
Competition of Ideas
Denkallmend, Dübendorf, Switzerland

Urban Planning Zollstrasse
Invited Competition
Zürich, Switzerland
with Marc Angélil & Michael Hirschbichler
Christophe Girot & Ilmar Hurkxkens
1. Prize

Fire Station and Education Center
Public Competition
Bernhardzell, Switzerland

Roof Extension
Jungstrasse, Basel, Switzerland
with Marc Bieri

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Lukas Raeber
M +41 79 508 47 58
LR@ReuterRaeber.com

Patrick Reuter
M +41 78 870 97 87
PR@ReuterRaeber.com

 

 

 

 

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