Tochtermann Wündrich

Baumstraße 8 b, 80469 München, Germany
+49 (0) 89 999 38 226, x@tochtermannwuendrich.com

In our work we focus on producing individual pieces of authorship and architecture that lasts forever by its physical and non-physical qualities.

Tochtermann Wündrich was founded 2012 in Milan and 2014 in Munich. In 2015 and 2016 they completed their first two works; 6×8 m House in Vienna and Entrance ramp Verpackerei Gö. Their practice has been nominated for the BDA Young German Architects Award 2016 and the DAM German architecture prize 2017.

Alexander Tochtermann *1984 studied at FH München, University of East London and graduated with a diploma in architecture from the Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio in Switzerland. He has been tutor for architectural design at the TU Munich and is teaching the Master program Architecture and Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich since 2014.

Philipp Wündrich *1980 studied at TU Berlin and graduated with a diploma in architecture from the Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio in Switzerland. He taught architectural design at the Politecnico di Milano and TU Munich. He was invited as a guest professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich in 2017/18 and is currently teaching at the Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio .

Selected works 6×60 m House, Schwabhausen, Germany 2017; ongoing / Apartment for an Artist, Munich 2016; ongoing / Football clubhouse SV Höngg, Zurich 2017; competition project / Headquarters German Alpine Association, Munich, Germany 2016; invited competition / Dählhölzli Restaurant, Bern, Switzerland 2016; competition project / Entrance ramp Verpackerei Gö, Allgäu, Germany 2015-16; completed / 20 projects in 150 cm3, Casted bronze, 2015 / Regional Library, Varna, Bulgaria 2015; competition project / Headquarters Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Berlin, Germany 2015; competition project / Guggenheim Museum, Helsinki, Finland 2014; competition project / 6×8 m House, Vienna, Austria 2013-15; completed / Museum of Bavarian History, Regensburg, Germany 2013; competition project

Awards DAM German Architecture Award 2017, nominated, 6×8 m House / max40: BDA Young German Architects Award 2016, shortlisted, 6×8 m House / Baumeister Häuser des Jahres 2017, shortlisted, 6×8 m House

Selected exhibitions 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia; Making Heimat. Germany – Arrival country, German Pavilion, group exhibition, curated by Peter Cachola Schmal, 28.5.-27.11.2016 / DAM Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt; max40: BDA Architekturpreis Junge Architekten 2016, group exhibition, 6.6.-10.10.2016 / Architekturgalerie München; Home not shelter, Wohnraum für alle, group exhibition, 9.3.-9.4.2016 / BDA Galerie Berlin; Der Himmel über Berlin 40×40, group exhibition, 26.11.2015-28.2.2016 / Werkraum Bregenz; Handwerk+Form 2015; group exhibition, 10.10.-18.10.2015 / Atelier H5, Munich; 20 projects in 150 cm3 bronze, single exhibition, 26.6.-3.7.2015

Selected publications Häuser des Jahres 2017; book, Peter Cachola Schmal and Katharina Matzig, Frankfurt, 2017 / max40: BDA Young German Architects Award 2016, Bund Deutscher Architekten BDA, Frankfurt, text: Peter Cachola Schmal / Wohnraum für alle; exhibition catalogue, Deutscher Werkbund Bayern e.V., Munich 2016 / Betonprisma; 101/2015, Anfangen / Erste Schritte in die Selbstständigkeit, text: Oliver Herwig, 2015 / Identità dell’architettura italiana; book, Università degli Studi di Firenze, DIDA-Dipartimento di Architettura, 2015 / Important Buildings – A personal choice made by students with Raphael Zuber; book, Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio, 2011 / Important Buildings; book, Istituto Svizzero di Roma, Kaleidoscope Press, Milano, 2010

Selected lectures ‚Practice-Teaching‘, Lisbon Triennial 2017 / ‘Inspiration in architecture’, Nuremberg University of Applied Sciences 2016 / ‘The meaning of images in architecture’, Academy of Fine Arts Munich 2014 / ‘Young architects’, Munich University of Applied Sciences 2013

Team since 2012 Hugo Pinto, Antonia Cristina Colli, Federico Tria, Verena Tochtermann, Maria Kremer, Beatrice Huff, Jonas Wirth, Breno Paternostro, Wolfgang Philipp, Jonas Urbasik, Patrick Kurzendorfer, Piotr Karkocha, Julian Bustamante, Elisa Fernandez de Gorostiza, Tobias Friedel, Joana Koslowski

Images Tochtermann Wündrich, Tegmark, Simon Jüttner, Sebastian Schels (The Pk. Odessa Co)

Imprint / Impressum Tochtermann Wündrich Architekten GbR, Freischaffende Architekten, Bayerische Architektenkammer: Dipl Arch AAM Alexander Tochtermann Nr. 188 167 und Dipl Arch AAM Philipp Wündrich Nr. 187 601. Die Berufsbezeichnung Architekt wurde in Deutschland verliehen. Berufsrechtliche Regelungen: http://www.byak.de/start/informationen-fur-mitglieder/recht/gesetze-und-verordnungen/kammer-intern

Kontakt Baumstraße 8b, 80469 München, Germany, Tel + 49 (0) 89 999 38 226, Fax + 49 (0) 89 999 38 228, E-Mail x@tochtermannwuendrich.com

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