Stefana Dilova Stefana
Dilova is an architect and artist based in Berlin. She
holds a BS in Architecture from the Technical University Berlin
MA in Architecture from the University of Arts Berlin.
Architecturally, she has worked on numerous commercial and public
projects in Switzerland, Germany, Bulgaria and Brazil. Her
art projects explore the poetic and atmospheric qualities of
spaces, as well as the stories of their inhabitants, through
such as film, photography and installation.
Paco Motzer After studying at the Universität Stuttgart and the Accademia di
Architettura in Mendrisio, Switzerland, Paco obtained his Master degree
at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. Throughout his studies he
worked in numerous offices in Germany and Switzerland,
including Herzog & de
Meuron, before cofounding
ARGE:, a planning office in Berlin. Currently he is a teaching assistant at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar.
Ludmila Schlytschkowa Ludmila obtained her bachelor's degree in Interior Design from the
University of Applied Sciences in Kaiserslautern. After, she worked on
several architecture, interior and furniture design projects. She studied architecture at the MSA Muenster School of Architecture
and the IUAV University of Venice. Her final thesis dealt with the
permanence of architectural expression, repetitive patterns in
architecture and resource-saving building and design.
Christian Uhl obtained a bachelor degree at the University of Stuttgart and a Master
degree from the TU Berlin. Throughout his studies he worked in numerous
architecture offices in Germany and Switzerland including Herzog & de
Meuron. In late 2020 Christian was a cofounder of ARGE:, a planning
office in Berlin.
Adolfo Valle Del Neira
is an architect and writer who studied at the Architectural Association
School of Architecture in London where he was co founder and editor of
PNYX, the Architectural Association’s weekly publication (2015–2019) and
has taught in the AA's Visiting School programme. He acquired his
Masters from the Universität der Künste in Berlin.
After studying at the Universität für angewandte Kunst in Vienna and the TU Berlin, Julian worked for the late Dame Zaha Hadid in London and Hamburg. He has founded his Berlin practice in 2010, and since worked on a range of highly contextual projects. Often extensions to historic buildings, the designs aim to add density to complex sites, while remaining aware of the given social, ecological and aesthetic environment.
Offices we collaborate with:
Angela Maurice (Lisbon)
ASA Studio (Kigali)
Becker + Hofstätter (Berlin)
Grimshaw Architects (London)
Ivan Pashov Atelier (Bukarest)
José Baganha & Arquitectos Associados (Lisbon)
Löscher und Böckmann Architekten (Berlin)
Nosso Estudio (Lisbon)
Rimpau Bauer Derveaux Architekten (Berlin)
Sedeño Bauplanung (Berlin)
Werner Sobek (Stuttgart)
Our clients include:
Augustus Capital Management GmbH
Deutsche Börse Group
Henry Boot Developments
Our spaces have hosted some of the following tennants: