David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Christoph FelgerPartnerBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Harald MüllerPartnerBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Martin ReichertPartnerBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Eva SchadPartnerBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Alexander SchwarzPartnerBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Markus BauerAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Wolfgang BaumeisterAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Thomas BenkAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Ulrike EberhardtAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Annette FlohrschützAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Olwen FowlerAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Michael FreytagAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Anke FritzschAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Ulrich GoertzAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Dirk GschwindAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Christian HelfrichAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Nina HeltenAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Frithjof KahlAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Hans KrauseAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Nicolas KulemeyerAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Marcus MathiasAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Peter von MatuschkaAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Thomas PyschnyAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Franziska RuschAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Julia SchenkeAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Thomas SchöpfAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Urs VogtAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Daniel WendlerAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Robert WestphalAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.

Simon WiesmaierAssociateBerlin

Following an education in architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, Annette Flohrschütz joined David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office in 2000. She initially worked on the restoration and new build design for the Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island. During her time with the practice, Annette has led the design development for numerous international competitions. As project architect, she has furthermore been responsible for a wide range of projects, including Liangzhu Museum in Hangzhou, the Carmen Würth Forum in southern Germany and the Mughal Museum in Agra, India. In 2011 Annette became an Associate in the Berlin office. Annette works closely with the Directors as team leader for potential projects.