Horst Noppenberger

Architect Laguna Beach / United States

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Horst Noppenberger
Horst Architects, Inc. was founded in 1990 by Horst Noppenberger, AIA and is based in Laguna Beach, California. The practice has evolved into a multi-disciplinary group producing work which bridges technology with cultural and environmental awareness. Our approach to design affirms the possibility of fulfilling the rigorous requirements of the client while engaging in a spirited and robust dialogue with the site. The work explores the contrapuntal aspect of human nature through the creation of space which is both sheltering and expansive, communal and intimate, permanent and ephemeral. Each project celebrates the unique aspect of program, client and site to arrive at design solutions which are original and distinctive. We adhere to the principal ethos of modernism, to strip away the extraneous and be somewhat reductive. This approach leads to a poetics of space, characterized by the sculptural interplay of light, material and form.
Horst Noppenberger
Horst Noppenberger
  • Address 241 Forest Ave. Laguna Beach, California, 92651 Laguna Beach | United States
  • Tel 9494949569
  • Fax 9494948069

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Horst Architects, Inc. was founded in 1990 by Horst Noppenberger, AIA and is based in Laguna Beach, California. The practice has evolved into a multi-disciplinary group producing work which bridges technology with cultural and environmental awareness. Our approach to design affirms the possibility of fulfilling the rigorous requirements of the client while engaging in a spirited and robust dialogue with the site. The work explores the contrapuntal aspect of human nature through the creation of space which is both sheltering and expansive, communal and intimate, permanent and ephemeral. Each project celebrates the unique aspect of program, client and site to arrive at design solutions which are original and distinctive. We adhere to the principal ethos of modernism, to strip away the extraneous and be somewhat reductive. This approach leads to a poetics of space, characterized by the sculptural interplay of light, material and form.