Interviews

Carlo Baumschlager / Jesco Hutter

Architect and professor of architecture and urban planning at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich

Interview: Wolfgang Fiel
Camera and audio: Gerhard Klocker
Production: Denizhan Fiel
Versions: German (55 min, HD) | English (5 min, Voiceover)

Carlo Baumschlager

Born in 1956 in Bregenz, Vorarlberg. Co-founder of the prestigious Baumschlager Eberle Group, in 2010, together with Jesco Hutter, he established the architectural firm Baumschlager Hutter Partners in Dornbirn (Austria) and Widnau (Switzerland). 
Since 2007, he has taught urban planning and architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. Baumschlager was made an honorary member of the American Institute of Architects in 2004. He is regularly on the jury panel for national and international architecture competitions in Austria, Switzerland, and Germany. The accumulated experience of over 300 completed buildings worldwide has created a wealth of shared knowledge to draw on. The quality of their work is borne out by a host of prizes, accolades, and competition successes.

Jesco Hutter

Born in 1968 in Diepoldsau, Switzerland. Co-founder of Novaron and innovative head of Suum Architects, in 2010, together with Carlo Baumschlager, he established the architectural firm Baumschlager Hutter Partners in Dornbirn (Austria) and Widnau (Switzerland). He is a member of the Swiss Werkbund and is regularly invited to give lectures in Switzerland, Austria, and Germany. The accumulated experience of over 300 completed buildings worldwide has created a wealth of shared knowledge to draw on. The quality of their work is borne out by a host of prizes, accolades, and competition successes.