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Martin Gruenanger
Dipl Ing Architect RIBA ARB
Director

Martin Gruenanger completed his architectural training at the Technical University of Graz, Austria. Following on from some work experience in the United Arabian Emirates he arrived with the benefit of a scholarship in London which has subsequently become his base to work from. As a qualified and registered architect in the UK he is a member of the ARB and a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).

His previouls roles enabled him to work on exciting projects in the UK, Ireland and India for highly regarded London based practices. His positions included Project Architect and facade expert at Fletcher Priest Architects, Associate at Project Orange and Project Architect at Gianni Botsford Architects.

In 2007 he formed Space Group of Architects, an RIBA chartered practice, and began to take on domestic and commercial projects in the UK and abroad. More ambitious recent projects include the design of a church near Oslo, a 9ha masterplanning scheme in Austria and sustainable mixed-use buildings in London.

His areas of expertise include sustainable design, facade development & future technologies and their integration into life and architecture. In 2010 he bacame runner up for the prestigious BD Young Architect of the Year Award. He has been a guest lecturer at various institutions including Rochester (NY), Oxford & South Bank university.

Selected projects he was involved in include the following: 

 

Wedges, London

 

Shorditch Church Penthouse, London

 

Ny Valer Church, Oslo

 

Vauxhall Bridge Road Offices, London

 

The Green Knot, Austria

 

The Brunskick Centre Apartment, London

 

Infinite Shapes of Benetton, Iran

 

One Angel Court, London

 

Finsbury Circus, London

 

Watermark Place / One Angel Lane, London

 

Kilternan Golf & Country Club Hotel, Dublin

 

Garden Apartment, London

 

Light House, London

 

Seoul Performing Arts Centre, South Korea

 

Building Envelope Optimisation (in collaboration with ARUP Research)

 

World Trade Centre Tower, Mumbai, India

 

Tate in Space (Supported by Prof. Urs Hirschberg, Harvard University, Graduate School Of Design)

 
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