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Light Frieze – New Building of the Kunstmuseum Basel

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Light frieze behind the brick facade of the new building of the Kunstmuseum Basel by architects Christ & Gantenbein. Video by iart.

For the new building of the Kunstmuseum Basel, the engineers and media designers at iart.ch, together with architects Christ & Gantenbein, have developed a light frieze that sublty enlivens the building’s brick facade. This video was filmed during the testing phase of the facade in spring 2016.

Find out more about the project here: iart.ch/en/-/lichtfries-neubau-des-kunstmuseums-basel

Project Credits
Client: Construction and Transport Department of the Canton of Basel-Stadt, Städtebau & Architektur, Hochbauamt
User: Department of Presidential Affairs of the Canton of Basel-Stadt, Kunstmuseum Basel
Architecture: Christ & Gantenbein
Light Frieze: iart
Typography: Ludovic Balland

Video by iart.
Sound by Victor Moser.

Christ & Gantenbein:

Over the past years, a broad range of private and public commissions has given shape to Christ & Gantenbein‘s growing body of work – encompassing different scales and scopes from individual residential extensions, institutional buildings, infrastructures and urban masterplans. Award-winning projects such as the renovations and extensions to the Kunstmuseum in Basel (2016) and the Swiss National Museum in Zurich (2016), as well as the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Cologne (ongoing) have strengthen the office‘s expertise in the development of museum buildings. Housing schemes in Paris and Germany, as well as the Lindt Chocolate Competence Centre in Switzerland are, among others, currently on the drawing board.
Founders Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein, Partner Mona Farag, Associates Tabea Lachenmann, Anna Flückiger, Victoria Easton and Daniel Monheim, together with 35 architects staff the practice established in 1998.

Since graduating from the ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) in 1998, Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein have maintained a balance between their professional activity and their academic involvement. After lectureships inter alia at the ETH Studio Basel (2000–2005), the HGK Basel (2002–2003), the Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio (2004, 2006, 2009) and the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (2008), they returned to the ETH Zurich (2010–2015). Research conducted in this latter period culminated in the meticulous exposition of more than 400 buildings in the two monographs Typology (Park Books, 2012, 2015). This compendium further inspires and sustains their on-going committment to the city and its underlying paradigms. Since 2015 they teach an option studio at Harvard GSD.

Christ & Gantenbein’s work has been distinguished with the best architect 18 Gold (2017), best architects 17 Award – public buildings (2016), the Essence Award – Gold Prize (2016), the RedDot Award – “Best of the Best” Prize (2016), the Media Architecture Biennale Awards (2016), the Swiss Steel Construction Award – Prix Acier (2014), the AR Award for Emerging Architecture (2009) and two nominations for the Iakov Chernikhov International Prize (2010, 2012).

In 2016 the practice was invited to contribute the results of its work and research to the 15th Venice Biennale “Reporting from the Front” as well as the 4th Lisbon Architecture Triennial, “The Form of Form”. The work of Christ & Gantenbein is featured in the monographs a+u 535 (2015), 2G N°68 (2014), Around the Corner (Hatje Cantz 2012) and Pictures from Italy (Park Books, 2011).

http://www.christgantenbein.com

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