Buchner Bründler Architects

Basel, Switzerland

Buchner Bründler Architects, an office established in Basel in 1997, is the collective brainchild of Swiss architects Daniel Buchner and Andreas Bründler. Born in Berneck in 1967, Buchner transitioned from a structural draftsman apprenticeship (1984-1987) to architectural studies at the St. Gallen School of Engineering and the Basel School of Engineering (1988-1993). Following his graduation, he gained practical experience at Morger & Degelo Architects in Basel (1994-1997). He later joined the Association of Swiss Architects in 2003 and served as a visiting professor at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) between 2008 and 2012. Bründler, also born in 1967 in Sins, mirrored a similar path. His initial training as a structural draftsman in Zug (1984-1987) paved the way for architectural studies at the Basel School of Engineering (1989-1993). Post-graduation, he honed his skills at the Miller & Maranta architecture studio in Basel (1994-1997). Like Buchner, Bründler also became a member of the Association of Swiss Architects in 2003 and guest lectured at the EPFL and ETHZ between 2008 and 2012.

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