A city in the southwest of Germany with a remarkable number of classics like Weissenhofsiedlung, Tagblattturm and Hauptbahnhof. Also young classics like Fernsehturm, Staatsgalerie and parliament of Baden-Württemberg can be discovered.But first of all Stuttgart is a city formed by impressive industrial companies like Mercedes Benz, Porsche or Bosch. And the city managed to install like Bilbao “architectural light houses” with the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums. To discover the experimental aspects of Stuttgarts architecture you have to go a little bit out of the town Center. There you can find stylish buildings, a state of the art university campus or daring residential quarters.
- Born 1971 in Hechingen, South Germany - Architect, studied at technical University TU Dresden and ETSAV Sant Cugat, Barcelona - Work experience in several offices in Germany and Spain - Own company since 2008 - Since 2014 research associate at University Stuttgart - Architecture guide since 2008 - Languages German, Spanish and English
- Born 1967 in Reutlingen, South Germany - Architect, studied at Polytechnic FH München - Work experience in several offices in Germany and Hungary - 2003 – 2014 own company in Budapest/Hungary and since 2015 partner at CSD-Building in Stuttgart/Germany - Architecture guide since 2004 - Languages: German and English
Image creditsImage 2: Kunstmuseum © Johannes Schuler, Image 3: Realschule Scharnhausen © Johannes Schuler, Image 4: Kunstmuseum © Johannes Schuler, Image 5: Zentrum für Virtuelles Engineering © Johannes Schuler, Image 6: Hospitalhof © Ulrich Kölle, Image 7: Mahle Inside © Ulrich Kölle, Image 8: Hospitalhof © Ulrich Kölle, Image 9: Einfamilienhaus Degerloch © Johannes Schuler