christian-voss-architect

Profile
VOSS Architects is a young international architecture and design practice established in 2014.

Our office understands architecture as a collaborative process that integrates each projects very own specific and unique conditions. Informed by the environmental settings and historical context, our design aims to respond to the urban and human scale alike, providing a balance between the public and private. We pursue to create places with a strong identity and authenticity, which have a powerful but simple and understated expression, integrating the subtleties of the rational and attention to detail.

VOSS Architects is based in Switzerland. The practice provides full design services and is currently working on projects mainly in Europe and Australia.

VOSS Architects Ltd liab. Co

UIC: CHE-236.244.084
Handelsregister Kanton Basel- Stadt:
CHE-236.244.084 MWST

Registrations:

2003 Registration with the Architects Registration Board (ARB) in the United Kingdom, Nr. 068212H

2014 Registration with the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects (SIA) in Switzerland, Nr. 231920

Christian Voss, Principal and Founder of VOSS Architects, worked prior to setting up the practice in collaboration with Herzog de Meuron in Basel, Ian Moore Architects in Sydney and Denton Corker Marshall in London, mainly working on projects for John Pawson.

He worked as the Project Manager for the winning Flinders Street Station competition with Herzog de Meuron and contributed to other large scale projects like the Tate Modern Extension in London, various residential buildings in Switzerland and mixed use high rise building studies in New York City. In London and Sydney, Christian worked on and led a number of single and multi residential buildings as well as high- end retail projects. During these years he gained valuable experiences in all fields of architectural practice, from concept design, tender and documentation to completion.

Christian's design philosophy and architectural understanding was very much influenced by his studies at the Bauhaus University in Weimar and the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art, UK.