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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum

Architect Max Dudler

Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum Spatenstich Max Dudler

Max Dudler during the celebrations of the first sod of the Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrums

- born on 18.11.1949 in Altenrhein (Switzerland)

 

Study

- Städelschule Frankfurt / Main with Prof. Günter Bock

- Hochschule der Künste Berlin with Prof. Leo Ludwig

 

Activities / Awards

- 1981-1986: architect at O.M. Ungers (Messehaus 9, Frankfurt/Main; Galleria Messe Frankfurt/Main; Kulturforum, Berlin; Messehochhaus, Frankfurt/Main)

- 1986-1992: architect community Karl Dudler, Max Dudler, Pete Welbergen

- 1989: Lecturer at the Summer Academy for Architecture, Herne

- 1989-1990: Lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Venice

- 1990: Lecturer at the Summer Academy for Architecture, Mantova

- 1991: German architectural contribution to the Biennale di Venezia - Since

- 1992: own offices in Berlin and Zurich

- 1993-1995: Lecturer at the Summer Academy for Architecture, Naples

- 1996: Lecturer at the 7th Architecture Seminar, Vienna Architecture Center

- 1996: Symposium: "Berlin - Metropole aus Stein", Verona

- 1996: German architectural contribution to the Biennale di Venezia

- 1996-1999: Interim Professor Chair of Design and Industrial Construction, University of Dortmund

- 2001: Special Recognition of the DNV (German Natural Stone Association)

- 2002: architectural drawings from the plan collection of the Technical University of Berlin

- 2004: professor of architecture at the Art Academy in Düsseldorf

- 2006-2007: Visiting professor at the University of Bologna, Faculty of Architecture "Aldo Rossi", Cesena

 

Exhibitions

- 1987: "Positionen", Architektur Forum Zurich

- 1989: "Denkmal-Denkmodell", Kunsthalle Berlin

- 1992: "Wohnen und Arbeiten am Fluß", Architecture Museum in Frankfurt / Main

- 1985: "Bauen Heute", Architecture Museum in Frankfurt / Main

- 1995: "Architektur Modelle Berlin", Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin

- 1996: "Max Dudler, Architekt", Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin

- 1998: "Max Dudler, Drei Projekte", Tony Wuethrich Gallery, Basel

- 1999: "Max Dudler, Drei Projekte", Union Forum for Art and Architecture, St. Gallen

- 1999: "Marble Architecture Award Europe", Carrara

- 2001: "Die Architektur und die Stadt", Kunstverein Bonn

- 2002: "fifty - fifty", Berlin Gallery International

- 2003: "9=12, neues wohnen in wien", Architecture Center Vienna

- 2005: "Raum in Raum", Architecture Gallery in Berlin

- 2006: "Max Dudler Architetture", Alma Mater Studiorum

 

References (selection):

- 1990: Reconstruction publishing house S. Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main

- 1994: Mannheim train station with twin-tower houses

- 1997: Construction of a primary and comprehensive school, Berlin-Hohenschönhausen

- 1997: Hofgarten am Gendarmenmarkt, Block 208, Berlin-Mitte

- 1997: New commercial building BEWAG am Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin-Mitte

- 1997: S-Bahn station Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz, Leipzig. Competition 1st prize, project in planning

- 1999: Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing, old building and Extension I and II, Berlin. Competition 1 Price, executed project

- 2000: Authorities Eberswalde center, cafeteria building

- 2001: Schreeb Hotel, Mainz

- 2001: High-rises commercial buildings AMAG - BVK, Zürich

- 2002: New Study Foundation and HRK, Bonn

- 2002: IBM, Zürich

- 2002: "9=12, neues wohnen in wien" in Vienna, project in planning

- 2002: Office Tower, Darmstadt: project in construction

- 2002: Reconstruction of the Great Hall of the Max Taut School, Berlin-Lichtenberg: assessment, 1st Price, project in planning

- 2002: Co-op Center Wetzikon, Switzerland

- 2002: Diocesan library and administration buildings BGV, Munster. 1st prize competition, executed project

- 2003: Ritter Sport museum building, Waldenbuch near Stuttgart

- 2004: Aqui-park adventure spa, Zürich. Competition 1st prize, project in planning

 

Planning philosophy

"Max Dudlers Bauten erklären sich nicht, sie erschließen sich über ihre spezifische architektonische Sprache. Das Selbstverständliche muss nicht ausgesprochen werden. Umso mehr muss es erarbeitet werden: Vereinfachung – doch nichts ist schwieriger als das Einfache, im Weglassen liegt die größte Arbeit. Wer weglassen will, muss das Ganze kennen; das Ganze ist das Notwendige. Ziel ist es dabei immer, Bauten von Dauer und Schönheit hervorzubringen."