David ChipperfieldFounder / Design PrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Libin ChenPartnerShanghai

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Christoph FelgerPartnerBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Harald MüllerPartnerBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Martin ReichertPartnerBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Eva SchadPartnerBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Alexander SchwarzPartnerBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Giuseppe ZampieriPartnerMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Benito BlancoDirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Alasdair GrahamDirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Harriet MillerDirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Billy PrendergastDirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Dirk Gschwind DirectorDesign

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Matt BallAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Cristiano BilliaAssociate DirectorMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Jochen GlemserAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Peter JurschitzkaAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Mattias KunzAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Graeme LaughlanAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Julia LoughnaneAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Alasdair MacdonaldAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Richard MarksAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Giuseppe SiricaAssociate DirectorMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Oliver UlmerAssociate DirectorLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Wiebke AhuesAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Ricardo AlvarezAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Markus BauerAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Wolfgang BaumeisterAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Thomas BenkAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Adolfo BerardozziAssociateMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Olivia Lawrence BrightAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Ryan ButterfieldAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Paolo Dell'ElceAssociateMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Florian DirschedlAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Ulrike EberhardtAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Annette FlohrschützAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Olwen FowlerAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Michael FreytagAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Anke FritzschAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Ines GavelliAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Ulrich GoertzAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Tsukasa GotoAssociateMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Dirk GschwindAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Andrew HapgoodAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Christian HelfrichAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Nina HeltenAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Tom HerreAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Alex HillAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Kelvin JonesAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Frithjof KahlAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Hans KrauseAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Nicolas KulemeyerAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Chuxiao LiAssociateShanghai

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Marcus MathiasAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Peter von MatuschkaAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Sergio PereiraAssociateLondon

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Thomas PyschnyAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Franziska RuschAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Julia SchenkeAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Thomas SchöpfAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Tiziana StaffieriAssociateMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Urs VogtAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Daniel WendlerAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Robert WestphalAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Simon WiesmaierAssociateBerlin

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Liping XuAssociateShanghai

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Federica ZerboAssociateMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.

Carlo ZucchiaAssociateMilan

Simon Wiesmaier studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin. Following his graduation in 2005, he initially worked for international architectural practices in Berlin and Munich as well as a freelance architect in Switzerland. After broadening his knowledge in 3D modelling and rendering, Simon joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012 as a visualiser. Since then he has been responsible for the visualisation of a wide range of competitions, initial concept studies and projects, including the Nobel Center Stockholm and Bötzow Brewery in Berlin. Simon currently leads the in-house visualisation team as well as the internal working group 'Digital Planning Methods', which is supervising the introduction of BIM in the office. In 2019, Simon became an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin.