Arthur Neznanow is a committed multidisciplinary artist from Berlin. He studied architecture in Darmstadt and later in Vienna, graduating with a Master of Arts degree from the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart. Arthur Neznanow has worked as a graphic designer, photographer, architect, and museum designer for innovative offices, including Brandlhuber+ and Kühn Malvezzi.
As an architect, he has achieved several winning competition entries, including for the "Landfriedareal" competition of the Heidelberg International Building Exhibition, as well as for the Modern Aus- und Leichtbaupreis. He has also been awarded the prize for the best project by the Faculty of Architecture several times. For his project Flakturm Umnutzen, he received an award from Baunetz, as well as from the Bund Deutscher und Polnischer Architekten.
Arthur Neznanow was granted artist residencies at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, Krudebude in Leipzig, and Künstlerhaus in Edenkloben. Recently, he co-founded the studio "useless" for sustainable architecture in Berlin.
His working method is characterized by changing collaborations with artists from different fields. These collaborations hold valuable potential to explore alternative approaches and to constantly face new challenges.