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Studio Becher's Music Room is showcased by AECCafe, California.
Ros Diamond and Aidan Hodgkinson invite Peter Karl Becher to review their unit's final work at the University of Nottingham.
Peter Karl Becher, David Kohn and Adria S. Llorens are invited by the American Institute of Architects to judge the AIA UK Student Charrette 2016 at Zaha Hadid's Roca London Gallery.
The Amsterdam based platform Archello presents A Music Room, Studio Becher's prefabricated space in Schriesheim near Heidelberg.
Karin Templin and Peter Karl Becher's Cambridge student Paul Glade is nominated for the RIBA Bronze medal 2016.
Archello, the Dutch platform for architecture, publishes three projects by Studio Becher: Studio House, Floating Homes and New Bauhaus Museum.
The California based AECCafe showcases Floating Homes.
Peter Karl Becher presents five housing projects at a public lecture at Cambridge University.
A music room with roof terrace, situated on the Branich hill in Schriesheim near Heidelberg and the studio's second realisation in Germany, is completed.
Installation of Studio Becher's music room starts on site.
Peter Karl Becher has been appointed to be a member of the "Mastersenat Architekur" (Masters Senate Architecture) by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
Peter Karl Becher presents five unbuilt projects at the University of Cambridge.
The beautiful plot of land on the Branich hill in Schriesheim near Heidelberg, for which the studio designed a two-family timber house in 2013, is now for sale. Please contact the studio for further information.
The studio presents a feasibility study including schematic design proposal for a dance school near Mannheim, Germany.
Renovation of a Victorian House in south London starts on site.
The RIBA exhibits Studio Becher's conversion of a 1970s catalogue house at the international property event MIPIM UK, Olympia, London.
The studio's house extension with music-room and terrace in Schriesheim near Heidelberg is granted planning permission.
Studio Becher submits its regeneration proposal for an urban fairground in Schriesheim. The project comprises a new square with central town house, fire brigade, cinema, shops and flats, as well as a large car park surrounded by workshops, showrooms and offices.
Studio Becher is long-listed for an EEA urban design competition in Schriesheim, Germany. The studio will investigate how the town's large gravelled square can be regenerated and developed without compromising its primary use for festivals.
Karin Templin and Peter Karl Becher's Cambridge students Daniel Marshall and Jolanda Devalle are both nominated for the RIBA Bronze medal 2014.
The studio's first building in Germany, a conversion of a large 1970s house in Wiesbaden near Frankfurt, is completed.
The practice presents its ideas for a large mixed use conversion of the established gallery Freies Museum in Berlin.
Studio Becher submits an Expression of Interest including design proposal to rebuild Joseph Paxton's Crystal Palace on its former site in Sydenham.
Studio Becher presents its All-In-One-House #3 (formerly named Multi-Flexi-House) on a site in Cambridge.
The studio's first building in Germany, a conversion of a large 1970s house in Wiesbaden near Frankfurt, is taking shape.
Peter Karl Becher and Christoph Zeller are invited again to run a unit at the AA Berlin Laboratory. Directed by Marianne Müller and Olaf Kneer, the workshop at the UdK Berlin is entitled Berlin - Island State.
Following an exhibition in Turkey ealier this month, Peter Karl Becher and Matthew Barnett Howland's AA project Troy X is featured in both the new US-American magazine Project and the well-established Swiss periodical Archithese.
Peter Karl Becher speaks and teaches at the AA Visting School held at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Directed by Yan Gao, the workshop deals with the future role of the Bird's Nest, for which Peter was in charge of the twin layer membrane roof at Herzog & de Meuron.
Peter Karl Becher accepts a Design Fellowship at the University of Cambridge.
Studio Becher submits a proposal for a new sandstone facade to rejuvenate a public wine cellar in the German town of Schriesheim following a call for design proposals.
Peter Karl Becher and conservationist Danielle Hewitt present their ideas for the regeneration of George Town at a design workshop run by the Architectural Association in Penang, Malaysia.
Studio Becher submits drawings for a movable ticket booth and bar to Portobello Pop-up Cinema, Notting Hill, London.
Peter Karl Becher & Matthew Barnett Howland's Diploma Unit 3 project Troy X is exhibited at the Architectural Association in London.
Studio Becher locates a German representative office in Schriesheim near Heidelberg.
The Studio participates in the New Bauhaus Museum competition in Weimar, Germany.
Studio Becher presents ideas for the New Economics Foundation (nef) headquarters in London.
Peter Karl Becher and Matthew Barnett Howland's Diploma 3 project Troy X commences at the Architectural Association in London.
Studio Becher's design for London Bridge 800 is featured in artist Hilary Koob-Sassen's film Transcalar Investment Vehicles.
Who New exhibition featuring Studio Becher's shortlisted proposal A Room for London opens at University of Technology in Sydney, Australia.
Peter Karl Becher & Matthew Barnett Howland's Diploma 3 project Completing Beauvais Cathedral is exhibited at the Architectural Association's Projects Review 2011 in London.
AA Diploma 3 student Joy Natapa Sriyuksiri is nominated for the prestigious AA honours.
Studio Becher is shortlisted as one of four of over 500 international practices for Alain de Botton's A Room for London competition.
Talerøret, a public steel structure designed by Geir Brendeland and Olav Kristoffersen's students for the 100th anniversary of NTNU , opens to the public in Trondheim, Norway.
Peter Karl Becher and Matthew Barnett Howland's Diploma 3 project Completing Beauvais Cathedral commences at the Architectural Association in London.
Peter Karl Becher and Matthew Barnett Howland are appointed diploma unit masters at the Architectural Association.
The studio participtates in London Bridge 800, an international ideas competition launched in celebration of the 800th anniversary of London Bridge, London, UK.
Peter Karl Becher and Matthew Barnett Howland's Studio 3.1 project Crystal Palace Revived is presented at Kingston University summer exhibition. Their student Jennifer Bull is nominated for the RIBA Bronze medal 2010.
Studio Becher reveals its revival proposal for Crystal Palace in Sydenham, London.
David Grandorge's Unit 7, co-tutored by Peter Karl Becher, presents its project Small Acts: Construction, Habitation, Energy and Landscape at the ASD Summer Exhibition at London Metropolitan University.
MPH Architects and Studio Becher present their proposal for the extension and facade alteration of a 1960s residential block in Poole, UK.
The Studio's design for a copper clad Grand Hall completes Peter Karl Becher's 1998 proposal for a 1.1km long extension of Frankfurt Central Station, Germany.
Peter Karl Becher and Christoph Schindler are invited by Geir Brendeland and Olav Kristoffersen to critique their Talerøret project at NTNU Trondheim, Norway.
Studio Becher submits its design for Dartford Sustainable Community to BioRegional Quintain.
Peter Karl Becher and Matthew Barnett Howland's Studio 3.1 project Crystal Palace Revived commences at Kingston University, UK.
Peter Karl Becher is invited by Geir Brendeland and Olav Kristoffersen to lecture and co-tutor a workshop on their Talerøret project at Trondheim University, Norway.
David Grandorge's Unit 7, co-tutored by Peter Karl Becher, presents its project On Re-use at the ASD Summer Exhibition at London Metropolitan University. Their student Colin Wharry is nominated for the RIBA Silver medal 2009.
Peter Karl Becher, Matthew Barnett Howland and Lorna Davies' Studio 3.1 project A 'Croydian Knot'? is presented at Kingston University summer exhibition.
Studio Becher participates with Multi-Flexi-House #1 in a new sustainable homes competition in Stockton-on-Tees, UK.
Peter Karl Becher is appointed design studio tutor at Kingston University London.
Studio Becher participates in a floating homes competition in the Lausitz area, Germany.
Herzog & de Meuron's Bird's Nest hosts the 29th Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Peter Karl Becher was in charge of the twin layer membrane roof of the stadium.
David Grandorge's Unit 7, co-tutored by Peter Karl Becher, presents its project Timber / Building / City at London Metropolitan University summer exhibition. Their student David de la Mare is nominated for the RIBA Silver medal 2008.
The compact project A Victorian Miniature is presented to a private client in east London.
Studio Becher presents its ideas for a communal Mallon Garden Maze to Tower Hamlets council.
The Studio participates with a multi-story timber structure in the international Chichen Itza Lodge Museum competition in Mexico.
Studio Becher presents its single space Studio House to a private client in a German woodland village.
Peter Karl Becher establishes Studio Becher as an international practice for architecture in London.
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