The work of Mainz-based architect Marc Flick stands for clear lines and structures – an answer, in their reduction, to overloaded complexity. The perfection of simplicity is a central concern for Flick. The poetry of his reduced constructions is on full display in projects like, for example, the White House and Black House, an ensemble of residential buildings marked by striking geometry. His renovation of a farm in the Taunus also demonstrates his feel for sensitive and contemporary transformation of existing buildings as well as his great care in handling materials and details.
On 20 November, Marc Flick will discuss his office’s work with
Elina Potratz (editor, der architekt). Snacks and drinks will be provided.