Thomas Burlon, together with architects Arn Brandlhuber and Markus Emde, led the very progressive but already closed Berlin architecture studio Brandlhuber+Emde, Burlon, since 2009. Their most significant works were the Berlin realizations – the transformation of the Brutalist church of St. Agnes to the König Gallery, for which they received the Architekturpreis Berlin, or the building on Brunnenstrasse, which was the seat of their studio and in another part was a gallery. They are also the authors of the radical reconstruction of the industrial building Antivilla near Berlin, which at first glance impresses with its concrete facade and the concept of demolished openings instead of classic windows. In addition, the layout of this building can be changed as needed from 60 to 230 m2 of living space. Burlon now works at his studio Schneider Oelsen.