“We consider architecture as a developing process, a challenge of the task, a never-ending thinking process. Problems are seen as an opportunity whose aim is to go far beyond the originally assigned and to let new possibilities evolve”. Projects are seen as a positive tension between builders and architects allowing an informal access to space, material and colors. Our architecture is often experienced as simple. Simplicity—at its first encounter—mostly gives the deep-rooted impression of having always existed: being part of the world, working with its forces not against them. It is the goal of our architecture to find these synergies.Gerd Bergmeister was born in Brixen, Italy, in 1969. After completing his architectural studies at the "Leopold Franzens Universität" in Innsbruck, he soon established his office "Gerd Bergmeister Architekten" in Brixen.Michaela Wolf was born in Meran, Italy, in 1979. She studied architecture at the "Leopold Franzens Universität" in Innsbruck, at the "Architectural Association" in London and the "Politecnico di Milano". She joined the architectural office of Gerd Bergmeister in 2006. Gerd Bergmeister and Michaela Wolf began their common professional path in 2009 with the establishment of the office "bergmeisterwolf architekten"