Reichenberger Straße 86, 10999 Berlin, June 2017. Photo © Jan Bitter
Architecture . Architectural Theory . Urbanism
1. Future innovative projects
After the successful completion of my most recent large project, a six-storey highly-ecological residential building in Berlin-Kreuzberg, I am looking for unique clients who would like to develop and build new, innovative architectural projects with me. Would you like to realize a construction project that combines strong design with high social, ecological and urban development aims? Do you have an interest in developing and implementing innovative technologies through an architectural project that is designed to benefit local people and the wider environment? Are you interested in creating vibrant, flexible, sustainable spaces that promote new ways of living? In cooperation with clients, consultants, local authorities and construction companies I design and build projects that balance human, environmental, and budget requirements in unique architectural solutions.
2. Improving urban space and local ecologies
The recently completed project in Berlin-Kreuzberg brings one of the largest inhabitable green walls - 200 square metres in size - to Berlin. The new residential building includes eight flats with box-balconies where residents can stand within their own vertical garden above the street. In this project the challenge lay in integrating the latest green "living wall" technology into a façade with 8 balconies and 20 windows. Here architecture, urban planning, ecology, structural engineering and fire protection were successfully brought together in one design. This building has been selected for exhibition at DA! Architecture in und aus Berlin organised by the Berlin Chamber of Architects in Spring 2018.
3. Enable debate and dialogue through art, architecture and architectural theory
See this website for an overview of my work in the areas of architecture, art, and architectural theory.
Model photo showing the corner solution and communal terrace in the new-build on the corner of Reichenberger Straße 86 in Berlin. Photo © Sarah Riviere
Elevations of the new six storey residential building in Reichenberger Straße 86 in Berlin © Sarah Riviere