Architecture must be present, not out of complacency, but out of responsibility towards space, needs and context. The context is constantly changing, the conditions and state are never the same, but the attitude must always be as persuasive and coherent. Architecture needs courage and a keen sense at the same time. It is a balancing act between self-confidence and responsibility.
Patrick Reuter is a Swiss architect. He studied at ETH Zurich and the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). Patrick worked for the Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Paris, Richter-Dahl Rocha in Buenos Aires and Christ and Gantenbein in Basel. Patrick is the founder of the architectural practice Patrick Reuter Architecture based in Basel. Alongside the practice, Patrick has taught at Professor Marc Angelil’s studio, Institute for Urban Design, at the ETH and has conducted research on Latin American modernity, funded by the Erich Degen Foundation. Patrick is the winner of the emerging practitioner teaching fellowship at the University of Miami School of Architecture (2017/18), where he led a design studio and conducted research on Florida`s Brutalist Architecture. His work has received various national and international awards.