Presentation + Talk: 15.1.2015 // 8 pm // DAZ Glashaus, Köpenickerstr. 48/49, 10179 Berlin
At the presentation series "neu im club" the architecture office Geitner Archtitects BDA will be presented. Geitner Architects BDA from Düsseldorf combine in their work minimalist design with high atmospheric density. With a precise feeling for materials and details and a distinct understanding of the importance of these elements, Leona and Andreas Geitner develope simple and clear spatial constellations oriented towards their contexts. The focus is less on the technical properties of the structural components and more on their atmospheric effect on space.
On 15 January, 2015, Leona and Andreas Geitner will speak about their work with David Kasparek, editor of der architekt, and Matthias Böttger, Creative Director of the DAZ. The current issue of the magazine will also be presented. Afterwards, there will be an opportunity for discussions and drinks.
A series presented by der architekt and the DAZ. The BDA’s newest members will be the focal point of the neu im club series at the DAZ Glashaus, which will run parallel to the presentation of new offices in the BDA magazine der architekt. Emphasis will be placed not just on the buildings, but on the working methods and motivations of their architects. Selected projects will be displayed on the façade of the Glashaus, a glowing presentation for visitors and passersby alike. In a reading lounge, magazine articles and architect interviews offer insight into the offices’ work. Every presentation will open with a reception.
Photo: Architect Andreas Geitner and David Kasparek, editor of der architekt © Schnepp · Renou
Photo: Leona and Andreas Geitner in conservation with David Kasparek © Schnepp · Renou
Photo: Matthias Böttger, Creative Director of the DAZ and Leona Geitner © Schnepp · Renou
Photo: Architect Leona Geitner © Schnepp · Renou
Photo: A question by the audience © Schnepp · Renou
Photo: The architectural team Leona und Andreas Geitner © Schnepp · Renou
Photo: Selected projects are displayed on the façade of the Glashaus © Schnepp · Renou