GOGL ARCHITECTS was founded in 2001 by Monika Gogl. After her study of architecture at the Technical University of Innsbruck, Monika Gogl graduated from the Masters programme at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. From 1997 – 2000 she managed the office collective Ma’nGO in Innsbruck.
For many years, Ma’nGO generated individual and unmistakeable architecture and interior design projects. In cooperation with designer Isabel Hamm and Akzente Licht, exclusive lights and lighting systems were developed for almost all projects.
The conversion of Hotel Schwarzer Adler in Kitzbühel won the state prize for architecture and was nominated for the Mies van der Rohe prize and constitutes a convincing and contemporary adaptation of the existing structure without ‘lapsing [into an] incorrectly understood homely idyll.’
GOGL ARCHITECTS currently has offices in Lans bei Innsbruck and Saalfelden.