Kaisa Broner

KAISA BRONER-BAUER Architect SAFA, Professor D.Sc.Tech. (arch. Helsinki University of Technology) and Doctor in Urban Studies (EHESS, Paris).

Architectural research, teaching and design come together as a whole in Kaisa Broner-Bauer’s work.

Kaisa’s research focuses on issues of architecture and cultural identity as well on cultural value assessment and historic preservation. These themes are also central to her design work.



Kaisa Broner Architecture Studio’s recent work includes architectural research and design in private projects in Helsinki and Frankfurt am Main.
The Studio is presently active in charity and reconstruction projects in Nepalese mountain villages destroyed by the massive earth quake in April 2015.


Kaisa Broner Architecture Studio works towards culturally, ecologically, and aesthetically conscious architecture. The Studio is committed to ethical business with a strong customer focus and is also actively involved in charity projects.


Kaisa Broner-Bauer’s work as an architect is guided by respect for nature and the value of authenticity. Authenticity arises where architecture expresses its own time while entering into a genuine dialogue with the local cultural context.
Authentic architecture creates the new by conveying cultural and spiritual values which are timeless. It is these values whose expression manifests the soul of architecture.


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