David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Christoph FelgerPartnerBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Harald MüllerPartnerBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Martin ReichertPartnerBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Eva SchadPartnerBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Alexander SchwarzPartnerBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Markus BauerAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Wolfgang BaumeisterAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Thomas BenkAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Ulrike EberhardtAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Annette FlohrschützAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Olwen FowlerAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Michael FreytagAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Anke FritzschAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Ulrich GoertzAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Dirk GschwindAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Christian HelfrichAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Frithjof KahlAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Hans KrauseAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Nicolas KulemeyerAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Marcus MathiasAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Peter von MatuschkaAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Thomas PyschnyAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Franziska RuschAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Julia SchenkeAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Thomas SchöpfAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Urs VogtAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Daniel WendlerAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Robert WestphalAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.

Simon WiesmaierAssociateBerlin

Christoph Felger has worked at David Chipperfield Architects since 1999, initially in London and since 2000 in Berlin, where he helped establish the practice focussing on concept and idea development. Before joining the practice, Christoph trained as a cabinet-maker, studied product and furniture design at Central St. Martins School of Art and Design in London and graduated in Architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture. As Design Director since 2006 and Managing Director and Partner since 2011, he has been responsible for a wide variety of projects worldwide such as the extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich; Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul; Georg-Knorr-Park, a major social housing project in Berlin; the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Elbtower in Hamburg; and Morland Mixité Capitale, the redevelopment of a former city administration building in the centre of Paris. Further to his responsibilities at David Chipperfield Architects, he regularly serves as a jury member for competitions, lectures on urban planning and architectural topics and has been a member of the architectural advisory board of the city of Pforzheim since 2017.