Christ & Gantenbein
Over the past years, a broad range of private and public commissions has given shape to Christ & Gantenbein's growing body of work (encompassing different scales and scopes from individual residential extensions, institutional buildings, infrastructures and urban masterplans).
Award-winning projects such as the renovations and extensions to the Kunstmuseum in Basel (2016) and the Swiss National Museum in Zurich (2016), as well as the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Cologne (ongoing) have strengthen the office's expertise in the development of museum buildings. Housing schemes in Paris and Germany, as well as the Lindt Chocolate Competence Centre in Switzerland are, among others, currently on the drawing board. Founders Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein, Partner Mona Farag, Associates Tabea Lachenmann, Anna Flückiger, Victoria Easton and Daniel Monheim, together with 35 architects staff the practice established in 1998.