ATELIER MOZH is an architecture practice based in Shanghai and Tokyo, founded by a group of young architects who have rich working experience in worldwide. The practice covers a wide range of designs from furniture to urban planning.
He graduated from Accademia di Architettura Mendrisio in Switzerland and gained professional experience working for Caruso St John Architects, Jägnefält Milton and HOSOO architecture. He cofounded ATELIER MOZH in 2018.
She studied architecture at Accademia di Architettura Mendrisio in Switzerland. She worked for TAO architects, von Ballmoos Krucker architekten, HHF Architects, Kengo Kuma and associates and gmp architekten, before establishing her own practice, ATELIER MOZH in 2018.
-2020 ArchDaily’s the Best Young Practices of 2020
-2018 ARCHSHARING, Community Center in Nepal 2018,
-2018, 19 Kanagawa Architecture Festival 2018 & 19, Tea house design competition,
-2013 Hakodate Monozukuri Forum competition 2013,
-2012 Circos International Architecture Competition 2012,
-2012 Sendai Design League Graduation Works in Japan,
Exhibitions & Publications
-2020 Guanzhou Design Week, Ideal Architecture Festival
-2018,19 Kanagawa architecture week 2018, Yokohama, Bashamichi station
-2017-18 New Salzburg, Between memory and contemporaneity, Museum der Moderne Salzburg
-2017 Article Francis Kere and his building on site publish on Archiposition
-2012 JIA (The Japan Institute of Architects) National Graduate Awards
Teaching & Lectures
-2019, 20 Visiting Professor at KMUST
-2018 Guest Critic for Master Studio 'Man Made Rockery', Southeast University
-2018 Guest Critic for 'Studio Reuse the Place', Southeast university
We highly appreciate applications by talented individuals in our practice. Your application should include CV and portfolio in digital or print, send it to the Shanghai office. Portfolios can not be returned, but can be picked up at our atelier.
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