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beyond bauhaus – prototyping the future

2019 is all about the Bauhaus anniversary – and we are also happy to be part of it with our international competition "beyond bauhaus – prototyping the future".

More than 1,500 participants from over 50 countries responded to our call for entries, 20 international award winners attended the award ceremony in Berlin, 2,500 exhibition visitors were interested in the winning projects, 400 participants attended the accompanying programme of events:
The result of a successful competition!

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Wolfram Putz studied architecture at the Technical University Braunschweig, Germany, and the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA. He graduated as Dipl.-Ing. Arch. in Braunschweig and received his Master of Architecture at the Southern Californian Institute of Architecture SCI Arc, Los Angeles, USA. After a visiting professorship in 2008-2009 and an acting professorship in 2016-2017 at the RWTH Aachen, Wolfram Putz has been a visiting professor at the TU Delft in 2017/18.

In 1998 Wolfram Putz established GRAFT in Los Angeles together with Lars Krückeberg and Thomas Willemeit. With further offices in Berlin and Beijing, GRAFT has been commissioned to design and manage a wide range of projects. GRAFT has won numerous national and international awards and earned international reputation throughout its existence. In 2009 the GRAFT founding partners co-founded Solarkiosk AG together with Andreas Spiess, which affiliate companies are incorporated in ten countries worldwide today.

With GRAFT Brandlab Wolfram Putz, Lars Krückeberg, and Thomas Willemeit established a branding agency together with Linda Stannieder in 2014. The agency operates at the interface of architecture, design, and branding. Since 2015 GRAFT offers sustainable housing systems in modular design in order to quickly construct accommodations for refugees. The company called Heimat2 was founded together with three other companies working in project development and communication. Wolfram Putz, Lars Krückeberg and Thomas Willemeit together with Marianne Birthler curated the German Pavilion in Venice at the Architecture Biennale 2018.

Photo: Pablo Castagnola