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Coop Himmelb(l)au is an architecture, urban planning, design, and art firm founded by Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky, and Michael Holzer in Vienna, Austria in 1968. In 1988 a second studio was opened in Los Angeles. Further project offices are located in Frankfurt, Germany and Paris, France. COOP HIMMELB(L)AU employs between 50 and 150 people.
- Rooftop Remodeling Falkestrasse, Vienna, Austria (1983–88)
- Academy of Fine Arts Munich (1992/2002–05)
- Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands (1993–94)
- Gasometer, Vienna, Austria (1999–2001)
- BMW Welt ("BMW World"), Munich, Germany (2001–07)
- Akron Art Museum addition (2007)
- High School for the Visual and Performing Arts with HMC Architects (Los Angeles Area High School #9, California, USA) (2002–08)
- Busan Cinema Center, Busan, South Korea (2008–2011)
- Musikkens Hus in Aalborg, Denmark (2010–2014)
- The New European Central Bank in Frankfurt (2010–2014)
- Musée des Confluences, Lyon, France (completed 2014)
- Museum „Paneum“ in Asten, Austria (2010–2017)
- 2008 2008 RIBA European Award for BMW World
- 2005 American Architecture Awards
- 2004 Annie Spink Award for excellence in architectural education, RIBA, London, UK
- 2002 Gold Medal for merits to the federal state of Vienna, Austria
- 1992 Schelling Architecture Prize.
- Official site
- Coop Himmelblau architectural models and drawings for five projects, 1983-1995, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles. Accession No. 2002.M.2. The five projects are: Open House, Malibu, California, 1983-circa 1990; Rooftop Office Remodeling, Vienna, 1983-1989; City Plan for Melun Sénart, France, 1987; Rehak House, Malibu, California, 1990-circa 1995; and Anselm Kiefer Studios, Buchen, Germany, 1990 and Barjac, France, 1992.
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