David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Christoph FelgerPartnerBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Harald MüllerPartnerBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Martin ReichertPartnerBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Eva SchadPartnerBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Alexander SchwarzPartnerBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Markus BauerAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Wolfgang BaumeisterAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Thomas BenkAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Ulrike EberhardtAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Annette FlohrschützAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Olwen FowlerAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Michael FreytagAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Anke FritzschAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Ulrich GoertzAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Dirk GschwindAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Christian HelfrichAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Nina HeltenAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Frithjof KahlAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Hans KrauseAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Nicolas KulemeyerAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Marcus MathiasAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Peter von MatuschkaAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Thomas PyschnyAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Franziska RuschAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Julia SchenkeAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Thomas SchöpfAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Urs VogtAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Daniel WendlerAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Robert WestphalAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.

Simon WiesmaierAssociateBerlin

Following training as a technical draughtsperson, Urs Vogt studied architecture at the Ingenieurschule beider Basel. He has worked as a qualified architect for over 30 years in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Urs joined David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin in 2007. In 2017 he became an associate. As project architect for the James-Simon-Galerie on Berlin’s Museum Island, he was responsible for the overall design and planning for this major project. Subsequently Urs was responsible for the planning and realisation of further projects, including The Ned hotel in Doha.