GUN Architects is a German-Chilean office founded by architects Lene Nettelbeck and Jorge Godoy. Settled in Santiago de Chile since 2010, GUN engages architectural and urban projects deeply connected to local environmental and cultural realities of Chile.
Recent most relevant projects are the master planning of a self-sufficient community near Tongoy Peninsula in the 4th district. And the construction of the Water Cathedral Pavilion, winning entry for the MoMa Young International Program (YAP_Constructo).
Team since 2010
Victoria Mohr (Chile) Judith Tremblay (France) Rodrigo Vivanco (Chile) Gonzalo Vegas (Chile) Cecile Gauqueline (France) Ane Etxeverde (Spain) Anne Sophie Demare (France) Rocio Vicencio (Chile) Fannie Fajolles (France) Manuel Garcia (Chile) Pablo Campos (Chile) Loreto Figueroa (Chile)
Christine Huber (Germany) Svetlana Pavkovi (Slovakia) Rodrigo Piña (Chile) Nadine Greiner (Germany) Uta Schrameyer (Germany) Francisco Calvo (Chile)
Alexiss Machado (Chile) Jose Narea (Chile)