Bruzkus Batek

BRUZKUS BATEK Founded by Ester Bruzkus und Patrick Batek in Berlin in 2007, this internationally active architects office specialises in designing hotels, offices, shops, restaurants and private housing – and particularly in the detailing of high-quality interiors.

The office has also completed successful exhibition and furniture design projects, including developing lines of furniture for manufacture and retail. Ester Bruzkus und Patrick Batek have an integrated approach to design. They like to relate specifically to existing situations, embracing the challenges that these contain, and transforming these into novel solutions. All their projects link existing site-specific and spatial conditions to the needs, ideas and dreams of their clients.

The interplay of space, materiality, colour and light is key to Bruzkus Batek’s style of interior design. These aspects are combined to create rooms with a bespoke atmosphere that enable the client to express their individuality, thus filling the space with life.

ESTER BRUZKUS was born in Haifa, Israel. She has travelled widely, living and working in the USA, Israel and France, but, from childhood on, her roots have always remained in Berlin. She studied architecture at Berlin’s Technical University and subsequently at the École d’Architecture in Belleville, Paris. Since founding her own office, Ester Bruzkus Architects, in 2002 she has completed many sophisticated and pioneering projects.

PATRICK BATEK was born in Solingen, Germany and studied architecture and design at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design. From 1999 to 2003 he ran his Stuttgart office, Patrick Batek Design. An interim year was spent working in New York for Richard Meier & Partners. Patrick Batek has completed many projects in Germany as well as in other European countries.

Location: Berlin, Germany
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