Knowspace

Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten
(Image credit: EA Kinzelbach)

Knowspace, says Erhard An-He Kinzelbach, 'was founded in New York, matured in Vienna and Hangzhou and currently operates from Berlin'. Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten. Each project's conflicts are a big part of what drives Kinzelbach's design process, as are the architect's mentors, who have included Farshid Moussavi and Wang Shu.
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Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten

(Image credit: press)

Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten

(Image credit: Thomas Ott)

Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten

(Image credit: press)

Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten

(Image credit: press)

Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten

(Image credit: Thomas Ott)

Its portfolio includes twin studio houses for two artists in Songzhuang (pictured) and a courthouse building in St Pölten

(Image credit: press)

Ellie Stathaki is the Architecture Editor at Wallpaper*. She trained as an architect at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece and studied architectural history at the Bartlett in London. Now an established journalist, she has been a member of the Wallpaper* team since 2006, visiting buildings across the globe and interviewing leading architects such as Tadao Ando and Rem Koolhaas. Ellie has also taken part in judging panels, moderated events, curated shows and contributed in books, such as The Contemporary House (Thames & Hudson, 2018) and Glenn Sestig Architecture Diary (2020).