Gonzales Haase AAS,
Insulted Fragment

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…and some prototypes

AAS present in the Würfel a fragment of an interior composed of a heater and a cooler working together one against the other.  Each cancels what the other part does inside an insulated fragment of room.


AAS, founded by Pierre Jorge Gonzalez and Judith Haase in 1999, AAS Gonzalez Haase is a Berlin-based studio with principal practices in architecture, scenography and lighting.

Early work with Richard Gluckman and Robert Wilson for the Watermill Center in New York became the first of many highly regarded projects with contemporary artists, curators and collectors.

Keeping the interplay between light and architecture at the forefront of their designs, AAS have gained a noted reputation for their spatial concepts. Their work includes major artwork installations, luxury retail interiors, residential extensions, and conversions for industrial and art-related spaces.

Gonzales Haase AAS, Insulted Fragment, installation view in the Würfel.


Documentation: Graysc