Chris Bosse

Architect Sydney / Australia

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Chris Bosse
German Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai 9

German Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai

Dubai / UAE / 2020

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Youthhostel 48 1

Youthhostel

Bayreuth / Germany / 2018

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Olio Restaurant 6

Olio Restaurant

Sydney / Australia / 2017

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Sydney Airport Regionals 2

Sydney Airport Regionals

Sydney / Australia / 2016

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Philips Lighting Headquarters 7

Philips Lighting Headquarters

Eindhoven / Netherlands / 2016

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Zhejiang Gate Towers 23

Zhejiang Gate Towers

Hangzhou / China / 2016

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Masdar Eco City Center 5

Masdar Eco City Center

Masdar / UAE / 2016

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Tivoli Terace 1

Tivoli Terace

Sydney / Australia / 2015

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Bayreuth Youth Hostel 3

Bayreuth Youth Hostel

Bayreuth / Germany / 2015

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Cloud City: An urban ecosystem 7

Cloud City: An urban ecosystem

Sydney / Australia / 2013

LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture
Chris Bosse, born in 1971 in Stuttgart. Studies in Lausanne , Mendrisio and Stuttgart University . In 2002 he developed the Bubble-Highrise in Berlin with S.M. Oreyzi and ARUP. He moved to Sydney and works with PTW architects on projects such as the Watercube, National Swimming Centre in Beijing, which received the Special Award at the Venice Biennale. His research focus lies in the exploration of unusual structures that overcome the traditional separation of structure and architecture.
Chris Bosse
Chris Bosse
  • Address 13 eurimbla ave, 20001 Sydney | Australia
  • Tel +61410773260
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Chris Bosse, born in 1971 in Stuttgart. Studies in Lausanne , Mendrisio and Stuttgart University . In 2002 he developed the Bubble-Highrise in Berlin with S.M. Oreyzi and ARUP. He moved to Sydney and works with PTW architects on projects such as the Watercube, National Swimming Centre in Beijing, which received the Special Award at the Venice Biennale. His research focus lies in the exploration of unusual structures that overcome the traditional separation of structure and architecture.