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Oppenheim Architecture to teach this Fall at Cornell University College of Architecture, Art & Planning

Oppenheim Architecture staff from the firm’s Miami and Basel offices, including Chad Oppenheim, Beat Huesler and Tom McKeogh, will lead a studio entitled “(Co)Exist” this Fall at Cornell University College of Architecture, Art & Planning. Oppenheim and Huesler return to the school’s Ithaca, New York campus as esteemed alumni to teach this course that addresses man’s increasingly adversarial and unsustainable relationship with the natural world. The studio looks to disrupt established and contemporary structures, hierarchies, and systems. As the number […]

Muttenz Water Purification Plant featured on the cover of SPACE MAGAZINE

July 2019 Water space that harmonizes with nature, By: Choi Eunhwa “It was very difficult to derive a form from the context. We looked at what elements could drive the shape. When we approached the brief, it was just a simple box with a height defined by the tallest element inside, the silo. We questioned that box. Part of that box was also to be a visitors’ centre – a typically dull, climate-controlled space in the building that could hold […]

WATER & WASTES DIGEST features Muttenz Water Purification Plant

09 July 2019 From the ashes, By: Sara Myers “[Beat] Huesler[, Director of European Operations,] explained that he and his colleagues did not want to create an industrial building in the middle of the forest, something others had done before. ‘We want to have a building that speaks to the nature, and we also want to have an educational element in the building,’ Huesler said. ‘We want to send school classes there to educate them on how the drinking water […]

SCALE MAGAZINE features Ayla Golf Academy & Clubhouse

15 June 2019 In harmony with the landscape “The architecture of Ayla Golf Academy & Clubhouse by Oppenheim Architecture takes inspiration from the natural dunes and mountains of the surrounding desert landscape of Jordan as well as the architectural heritage of the ancient Bedouin. The innovative and organic design of the building forms the iconic core of the Ayla Oasis mixed-use resort development. This building is designed by Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler of Oppenheim Architecture, an award-winning architecture, planning, […]

Oppenheim Architecture’s award-winning Ayla Golf Resort Comfort Stations project showcased in SHOTCRETE MAGAZINE

Recognized with “Honorable Mention” by the American Shotcrete Association (ASA) for the ASA Twelfth Annual Outstanding Shotcrete Project Awards, the award-winning Ayla Golf Resort Comfort Stations project in Aqaba, Jordan was showcased in the Winter 2017 issue of Shotcrete Magazine, which was dedicated to highlighting the honoree projects. The project’s design is described in an article penned by Oppenheim Architecture’s own Beat Huesler, Director of European Operations, who presented the project and accepted the award on behalf of the firm […]

Oppenheim Architecture’s Ayla Golf Resort Comfort Stations project wins ASA Outstanding Shotcrete Project Award

17 January 2017 Oppenheim Architecture is pleased to announce that its Ayla Golf Resort Comfort Stations project in Aqaba, Jordan was recognized by the American Shotcrete Association (ASA) at the ASA Twelfth Annual Outstanding Shotcrete Project Awards Banquet at the Vdara Hotel & Spa in Las Vegas, NV on January 17, 2017. The project received “Honorable Mention” by the ASA, which recognizes “excellence and innovation in projects in which the application of shotcrete has played a significant role.” Beat Huesler (pictured […]

INTERIOR DESIGN – “Oppenheim Architecture Adapts Historic Swiss Farmhouse For Muttenz Office”

3 June 2016 “It’s the dream of all workers worldwide. For Beat Huesler, Oppenheim Architecture’s director of European operations, it’s a reality. The firm has bought a historic five-story farmhouse in Muttenz, Switzerland, restoring and converting it to two floors of office space for the OA staff of 15 and two separate-entry apartments. Throughout, original pine floors were sanded and varnished, plaster walls painted a crisp white and fitted with radiant heating, and new window openings punched out of the stone […]