Recruitment

AAS is regularly looking for architects, junior architects and interns. Keep up-to-date on their Facebook page.

Junior architects and interns are required to have a good command of German and English, proficiency in AutoCAD, Photoshop, model making skills and a capacity to formalise the development of design concepts within the office.

Please send your CV and work samples, by email only, to aas (at) gonzalezhaase.com (maximum file size 10MB).

 

AAS

Founded by Pierre Jorge Gonzalez and Judith Haase in 1999, AAS Gonzalez Haase is a Berlin-based studio with principal practices in architecture, scenography and lighting.

Early work with Richard Gluckman and Robert Wilson for the Watermill Center in New York became the first of many highly regarded projects with contemporary artists, curators and collectors.

Keeping the interplay between light and architecture at the forefront of their designs, AAS have gained a noted reputation for their spatial concepts. Their work includes major artwork installations, luxury retail interiors, residential extensions, and conversions for industrial and art-related spaces.

Partners & Management

Pierre Jorge Gonzalez (FR/SP)

Born in Paris, France, lives and works in Berlin
Graduated in graphic design and typography, Lycée Maximilien Vox, Paris
Completed various degrees at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), Paris
Graduated in scenography, École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD), Paris
Teaching assistant in scenography, École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD), Paris
Set designer for movies, theatres and exhibitions
Established Pierre Jorge Gonzalez / Judith Haase AAS in Berlin and Paris (1999)
Set and lighting design for dance performance
Design consultant for art spaces and lighting
Member of Union des Scénographes, France
Regular jury member
Guest professor on the Spatial Design – Space & Communication MA course, Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD)
Workshops: ‘Light territories’, Technischen Universität Berlin, Szenischer Raum;‘Between Exhibition and Architecture in Contemporary Art’ by AAS, Platform

Judith Haase (DE)

Born in Bremen, Germany, lives and works in Berlin
Diploma in architecture at HdK, Hochschule der Künste, Berlin (1996)
Professional experience with William Alsop & John Lyall, architects, London
Professional experience with Arquitectonica, architects, Miami
Professional experience with Peter Eisenman Architects, New York
Architecture assistant to Ingeborg Kuhler, architects, Berlin
Architecture assistant to Robert Wilson, director, set designer, artist, New York
Architect, Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Paris
Project manager, Gluckman Mayner Architects, New York
Established Pierre Jorge Gonzalez / Judith Haase AAS in Berlin and Paris (1999)
Member of the Architektenkammer, chamber of architects, Bremen
Member of BDA, Association of German Architects
Regular jury member
Guest professor on the Spatial Design – Space & Communication MA course, Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD)
Workshops: ‘Light territories’, Technischen Universität Berlin, Szenischer Raum;‘Between Exhibition and Architecture in Contemporary Art’ by AAS, Platform

 

Credits & Policy

Company name:
Pierre Jorge Gonzalez / Judith Haase / atelier architecture & scenography GbR
Founded September 1999

Practice

Architecture, scenography, lighting

Management

Pierre Jorge Gonzalez, Judith Haase, owners & partners

Head office

Gonzalez Haase AAS
Strausberger Platz 19, D-10243 Berlin, Germany
Phone +49 30 25 29 61 81
Fax +49 30 25 29 61 82


www.gonzalezhaase.com

International VAT number

DE 20 38 25 341

Website design: Frederic Teschner Studio, Paris Montreuil
Development: Ingo Tegeder, Berlin

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