Arno Brandlhuber

Arno Brandlhuber (DE, 1964) is an architect and urban planner based in Berlin.In his architectural production – from buildings to research to media – he is working with the existing (building stock) from a legislative perspective. Besides buildings such as Brunnenstrasse 9, Antivilla or St. Agnes, this approach resulted in three films: Legislating Architecture (2016), The Property Drama (2017), and Architecting after Politics (2018) – together with architect Olaf Grawert and director Christopher Roth. It was this engagement with the medium of film and its political and spatial potential that led to the founding of station+, the chair for architecture and design at ETH Zurich in 2017. A collaboration that continued and resulted in 2038 - The New Serenity; the German Pavillon at the 17th Venice Biennale, together with Olaf Grawert, Nikolaus Hirsch, and Christopher Roth.

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