David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Christoph FelgerPartnerBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Harald MüllerPartnerBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Martin ReichertPartnerBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Eva SchadPartnerBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Alexander SchwarzPartnerBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Markus BauerAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Wolfgang BaumeisterAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Thomas BenkAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Ulrike EberhardtAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Annette FlohrschützAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Olwen FowlerAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Michael FreytagAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Anke FritzschAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Ulrich GoertzAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Dirk GschwindAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Christian HelfrichAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Nina HeltenAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Frithjof KahlAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Hans KrauseAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Nicolas KulemeyerAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Marcus MathiasAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Peter von MatuschkaAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Thomas PyschnyAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Franziska RuschAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Julia SchenkeAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Thomas SchöpfAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Urs VogtAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Daniel WendlerAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Robert WestphalAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.

Simon WiesmaierAssociateBerlin

Anke Fritzsch studied engineering with a focus on the history of construction engineering at the Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus and expanded her specialist knowledge in this field through a Master’s programme in building conservation. Anke’s area of expertise is the planning and site supervision of heritage and restoration projects. She joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2000 and was initially responsible for the restoration planning of the historic rooms and façades of the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. Anke has subsequently supervised the implementation of restoration concepts within a number of further projects in the office, including the Gesellschaftshaus Palmengarten in Frankfurt am Main. Anke has been an associate at David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin since 2005.