Bruhin Spiess, Architektur Recherche Illustration
Haus der Musik, Gönhardweg 32, 5000 Aarau
g +41 62 822 52 32, n +41 79 611 70 29
As of 1 September 2014, we founded the ‘bruhin spiess, architektur recherche illustration’ firm in the Haus der Musik at Gönhardweg 32 in Aarau, Switzerland.
Architecture and research are my primary focus. The subjects are deliberately painted in broad strokes, because connections and details interest me. I consciously keep my distance from complete construction and focus specifically on renovations, atelier constructions, experimental residential forms, small-scale settlements, city parks, small botanical gardens, bathing houses and teahouses… From architectural research to detail planning and manual implementation, I offer every step in the process. In this context and in active dialogue with the owner of the house, I see the sustainability of building.
The planning team naturally involves craftspeople, as well as specialist planners for larger projects. I recall the Bauhütte and the Studio Mumbai with pleasure. Above all, I am interested in the people and the place, augmenting their needs and offering solutions that combine aesthetics and craftsmanship. That runs from environmental design to the house and furniture to the picture frames.
I hope you enjoy immersing yourself in my stories and interconnections!
t +41 62 822 52 32, m +41 78 666 19 26
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