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Boston | Hong Kong


Rocker-Lange Architects is an architecture firm located in Boston and Hong Kong. The office works on all scales of architecture and urbanism, and is practicing it through designing, building, researching, writing and teaching. Founded by partners Ingeborg M. Rocker and Christian J. Lange, the office is committed to the design and making of spatial environments that have the capacity to improve and advance the quality of life for the individual and the community. Specializing in installations, urban interventions, cultural and residential projects, the office strives in every project for quality and excellence. It is our utmost goal to deliver architectural spaces that change the world we live in.

Projects materialize out of an in depth investigation of contemporary issues in architecture that are constantly scrutinized. Our work is developed through intensive research in conjunction with the use of innovative digital design methodologies guiding efficiently and creatively the design and construction process. The office has developed a distinctive method for the development of architecture, with an emphasis on open spatial configurations, material transformations and refined detailing and craftsmanship. Underlying themes in the work have focused on the conceptual use of building tectonics, components and materials, modified with both traditional and digital techniques.

Recently Rocker-Lange Architects exhibited their work in the bi-city Biennale in Hong Kong & Shenzhen 2012+2009, and the Venice Biennale 2010. Their work has been published frequently in international magazines ranging from Harvard Design Magazine, Mark Magazine to รก vivre magazine. Currently the office has projects in China and Germany.
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Rocker-Lange Architects

Principals

Ingeborg M. Rocker
Christian J. Lange

Cambridge, MA, London, England, Hong Kong

Projects

2014 The Ideal City of Refigured Civic Space, Hong Kong & Shenzhen Biennale, Hong Kong
2013 Blend-es-Scape, Beijing, China, A pavilion for the Fifth International Architectural Biennale – Beijing 2013
2013 Taichung Cultural Centre, Taichung, Taiwan
2012 Wallhouse, Cambridge, USA,GSD Pavilion 2012 2012 Density & Openess Reviseted: Recoding Building Bulk in Hong Kong, Hong Kong & Shenzhen Biennale, Hong Kong
2011 Busan Opera House, Busan, South Korea
2010 Serial Architecture – Systems of Multiplicities, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
2010 Tokyo Fashion Museum, Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan
2009 Urban Adapter, Hong Kong & Shenzhen Biennale, Hong Kong
2009 Catalytic Connector - Museum of Natural History, Copenhagen, Denmark
2009 Living Bridge – London Bridge, London, UK
2008 Villa Inside|Out Outside|In, The Ordos 100, Mongolia, China
2007 Domicile Heldt, Eckernfoerde, Germany
2006 Villa Risse, Krefeld, Germany

Product Design

2010 Zhuhai Lounge
2009 SP-Table_01
2009 SP-Table_02
2009 Urban Adapter

Research

2010 Parametric Structures, Spring Seminar, The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture
2009 On the Brink, Spring Seminar, Harvard University, GSD
Versioning: Architecture as Series
Cross scalar and functional scaling: adaptive facades
Algorithmically controlled surfaces

Publications

2008 Versioning: Architecture as Series?
2008 Berechneter Zufall: Max Benses Informationsaesthetik
2008 Architectures of the Digital Realm: Experimentation by Peter Eisenman / Frank O. Gehry
2006 Digital Revolution: Feedback between Architecture, Technology, and Culture
2006 Calculus-Based Form: An Interview with Greg Lynn
2006 When Code Matters, in Programming Cultures: Design, Science, and Software
2005 Re-Coded: Studio Rocker
2004 Das Denkmal fuer die Ermordeten Juden Europas in Berlin: Erinnern, Bewahren, Hinterfragen
2004 Virtuale: Il Senza Forma in Architettura: Di Ingeborg Rocker
2003 Fugitive Realities: Konrad Fiedler
2002 Versioning Informing Architectures, in: Versioning: Evolutionary Techniques in Architecture
1998 Memorizing, Maintaining, Questioning: Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Peter Eisenman
1998 The Virtual: The Unform in Architecture