BÜRO Haller investigates and speculates on new form-types, developes strong, economic forms of architecture, seeks beauty in the banal and tries to produce buildings with no meaning whatsoever (in regards to any stylistic tendencies).
Lukas Haller graduated from ETH in Zurich in 2004. He has since worked as an architectural designer in Amsterdam, Vienna, New York, Rotterdam and Los Angeles in renowned offices such as OMA/ Rem Koolhaas, Coop Himmelb(l)au, NL architects and Greg Lynn FORM.
In 2009 he founded BÜRO Haller. He is looking back to over sixteen years of experience in designing and realizing architectural works, among others that includes the BMW Welt in Munich, a 300 m high-rise building in the Middle East and a tea and coffee set for Alessi.
BÜRO Haller is based in Zurich.