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SMAQ is a Berlin-based collaborative studio for architecture, urbanism and research that focuses urban design and architecture as a (re)active practice of “making something which cannot perform without the assistance of its environment”. SMAQ has received, among other awards, the prestigious AR Award for their public bath in Stuttgart and the Holcim Award for Sustainable Construction for their masterplan Xeritown in Dubai. Their current projects include of an art hotel in Bejing, a masterplan for the urban regeneration of the harbor area in Magdeburg, Germany as science quarter as well as a sustainable masterplan for the regeneration of a suburban center in Oslo, Norway. SMAQ’s work has been published and exhibited widely, most recently at the International Architecture Biennials in Rotterdam and Venice. SMAQ was founded by the architects Sabine Müller and Andreas Quednau. Sabine Müller is architect and assistant professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany. Andreas Quednau is architect and professor of Architecture and Urban Design at Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design, Germany.
Berlin, DE , 10435