Louisa Hutton and Matthias Sauerbruch studied at the Architectural Association London. Their office for architecture, urban development and design established in 1989 enjoys exceptional international acclaim. Sauerbruch Hutton pursue an integrated planning approach that – from urban development to furniture design – combines functionality with high architectural standards, sensuality and environmental sustainability.

The projects of Sauerbruch Hutton, including the Federal Environmental Agency in Dessau (2005) and Museum Brandhorst in Munich (2008), have won numerous awards. Their first high-rise building, the GSW Head Offices in Berlin (1999), is part of the architecture collection of MoMA in New York. In 2018, the M9, a museum of 20th century history in the museum quarter Mestre/Venice, was completed and is another much-acclaimed building carrying their signature.