Gwendolyn & Guillane Kerschbaumer
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Atelier Areti features the work of Gwendolyn and Guillane Kerschbaumer.

Gwendolyn was born in 1976 in Innsbruck, Austria and is Austrian / French. She received a Bachelor in Visual Arts with a concentration in sculpture from Duke University, NC. She received her Master in Architecture from Harvard University and then completed a Master in Advanced Architectural Studies (sustainable building) at the ETH in Zurich. Among others, Gwendolyn worked at the architectural offices of Peter Eisenman Architects New York, Kleihues und Kleihues Berlin, MVRDV Rotterdam and Wiel Arets Architects Amsterdam. Next to designing for Atelier Areti, Gwendolyn is the head of research at laba, Prof. Harry Gugger's group at the EPFL where she researches contemporary developments in the fields of architecture, urban design and planning.

Guillane was born in 1981 in Innsbruck, Austria and is Austrian / French. She completed an art foundation program in Paris before studying Art History and Archaeology at the Sorbonne in Paris, receiving a DEUG. She went on to study Product Design at Central Saint Martins where she graduated in 2006. Her final year project was a glass light which led to the development of Atelier Areti's first lighting collection. Guillane worked for several years as an interior designer in London before starting Atelier Areti with her sister Gwendolyn.
Magazines
Le Moigne
Parc de la Villette, Paris
The Art of Ralph McQarrie
Édouard Vuillard: Turn of the Century Paris
Paper architecture
Paper sculptures
Cardboard Armchair
Printed Lamps
Palais Bulles and Antti Lovag
Sonia Delaunay: Fashion
Eisenschokolade
Deutschland
The apartment of Pierre Charpin
Alexis Jamet
Matteo Zorzenoni
The EU Game
Siggi Eggertson: Ich Bin Ein Kugelschreiber
Monsters
Pigeonner / Public Pigeon Sculptures
La Concentration des Services / Simplification de Paysage
Lighting
A Book
Simon Starling T H E R E H E R E T H E N T H E R E
Ed Fella Documents
Passo del Rombo / Timmelsjoch
LIGHT and SHADOW
FLOAT
László Moholy-Nagy
François Azambourg: Lighting
We imagine more objects to make less objects
Désormeaux/Carrette
Etienne Meneau
Light installations
Something bright
Invisible Cities
PHOTOGENESIS
Un peuple de passage
Anne-Margot Ramstein
Jordi López Aguiló
Pili Wu: Plastic Classic
Paul Cox
Voyager avec un crayon: Jacques de Loustal
Frederik Delbart: Functional
Multipode
Cassius 1999
Light is a Vector
Libor Sosták
ingredients
The Fans
Contemporary Turkish Design: Naiftasarim
La Lettre Artistique et Moderne
Moyen Format Numérique
Charles Pétillon
Serve Up!
POOL
Geckeler Michels
LIVE / WORK
Now whip it / into shape / shape it up / get straight / go forward / move ahead
Merry del Val
Andréason and Leibel
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Charles Tassin
Glowscape
The Menu
The art of improvising art
Books of Memory: Gianpaolo Pagni
Total Automation
Jean Lurçat
Eric Giraudet de Boudemange
Une Cité Industrielle by Tony Garnier
Francois Morellet 1926 - 2016
Design & Politics
Xavier Antin: Printing at Home
Jean-Jaques Lequeu
Rayan Ayash
Carreaux
The end of history - La fin de l´histoire
Tamara
Royère
Conformity
Telepathic Light
Alain Georges Frank Jacquet
Palatial Eliasson
A+A Cooren
SCHNAPPVIECHER
Serge Mouille
Damien Coupeté images
Angelo Mangiarotti
Pascal Häusermann
Orange mecanique
Alessio Bassan
Louis Weisdorf: Multi-Lite and Turbo
Bjørn van den Berg
André Bloc - Sculptures Habitacles
Guiseppe Galli da Bibiena
Roland Rainer
Life Is Electric. Philippe Weisbecker
Domestique
Voiture
France 1661
Technological Exaptation
Fisherman
Volkswagen Jetta
Naturoscopie
Luciferase
Zigzag Castle
La Estirada
Football and architecture
Passage
Two Glass
Tensegrity