Baumschlager Eberle employs 150 people across ten independent architecture firms with two in Asia and eight in the EU. The 30-year-old company started out with smaller housing projects and has moved up to more international activities, including work for the UN in Geneva. Its projects aim for comfortable living and working environments in buildings that can be repurposed with ease. Flexible, energy-efficient and beautiful: What worked in the past in architecture Baumschlager Eberle sees as its future. Buildings that are constructed to last and can accommodate contemporary needs are economically and ecologically sustainable, and they are precisely what the group has to offer.