Eighteen years ago, Martin Bez (*1967) and Thorsten Kock (*1966) established their first joint architectural practice in Stuttgart. In the meantime, this has grown to become an office with 35 architects. Their projects – mostly public buildings and university developments – still come about largely through competitions, and in this respect the team is highly successful. The civic hall in Lohr am Main, completed in 2016, was preceded by town houses in Poing and Unterföhring and the extension of the State Library in Linz. The architecture of Bez+Kock is distinguished by a clear use of materials, in particular with brickwork, exposed concrete, rendering and copper banding lending an expression of solidity.

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