GABU Heindl Architecture says “yes” and “no”:
“Yes” to the design of public buildings and cultural, educational and infrastructure facilities.
“No” to chauvinist, racist or discriminating architecture, exploitative project proposals, suburbanising single-family homes or speculation ventures.
Our projects take their position in the urban cultural setting of film, art, theatre and music but also include public buildings, such as kindergartens and schools, housing and urban planning.
Architecture is not merely a service rendered but rather the shaping of the environment, underpinned by analysis and extending to research projects undertaken on our own initiative, lectures and publications as well as to productive discussions of an informal nature, in public debates and teaching contexts.