Herzog & de Meuron

Christoph joined Herzog & de Meuron for an internship in the Munich office during his studies, After his graduation in 2002, he returned as an Architect and worked on the soccer stadium ‘Allianz Arena‘, going on to become an Associate of the firm in 2009 and Associate Partner in 2020. Since 2004, Christoph has been based in Basel and was involved in the realization of the National Stadium, Beijing and the conception of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg. He managed the 2nd phase of the Master Plan of La Confluence, Lyon all phases of urban planning including the design and construction of a part of this new neighborhood. After the completion of the extension of Musée Unterlinden in Colmar, Christoph led international competitions and projects in Europe, Middle East and Australia and is now currently involved as Partner in Charge in various projects with focus to Europe and the US.

First trained in France as a carpenter and cabinetmaker from 1994-1996, Christoph then studied architecture at the TUM – Technische Universität München, Germany.