Founded in 1931 through a visionary partnership between architects Herbert Sprotte and Peter Neve, the Tchoban Voss Architekten studio has constantly worked to push the boundaries of architecture beyond the contemporary. The turning point in studio’s history happened between 1970 and 1974, when architects Alf M. Prasch, Wolfgang Nietz, and Peter Sigl became part of the first group of designers, bringing with them a new vision to the firm. After a series of important projects, Sergei Tchoban and Ekkehard Voss became partners in the studio in 1995, taking on leadership positions. Since 2009, the demands of a variety of projects have required further management changes. This has seen the studio expanding and welcoming new partners. In 2017, the studio adopted the name Tchoban Voss Architekten as a hallmark of a new change. Today, with offices in Hamburg, Berlin, and Dresden, and a highly skilled, interdisciplinary team of over 180 professionals, the firm continues to shape the built environment, working with both public and private clients internationally. This video is an opportunity for discussion and study for all architects who want an insight into a studio working at an international level.
The firsthand experience of one of the largest, most famous studios in the world
Insight into international projects that have demanded different approaches from the conventional
An example of a design approach that takes every aspect into account, from design to the urban scale
Strategies and solutions for international projects that have involved the use of the most recent sustainable architecture-related technologies
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