Andreas Moser

Andreas Moser,

born in 1968, studied architecture at the TU Darmstadt, with a scholarship abroad at ETSAM in Madrid. After working for Atelier Markgraph, AS+P Albert Speer + Partner and ksp Engel + Zimmermann, he founded cma cyrus | moser | architekten with Oliver Cyrus in 2000. The office is currently planning the Senckenberg Quarter in Frankfurt, the Messeeingang Süd high-rise building and the Riedberg Westflügel residential quarter, among others. Andreas Moser has been a member of the Frankfurt Urban Development Advisory Board since 2015.

Anett-Maud Joppien,

is co-founder and managing director of Dietz Joppien Architekten AG in Frankfurt/Potsdam. She studied architecture at the TU Berlin, graduated from the TU Darmstadt, a Fulbright Scholarship took her to the University of Illinois Chicago and University of California, Berkeley. She was visiting professor at the University of Hannover and TU Darmstadt, 2003-2011 professor at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal (Building Construction+Design) and since 2011 professor at TU Darmstadt (Design+Building Technology). She was a member of around 300 national and international architecture juries, has been Vice-President of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) since 2013 and is currently a member of the Design Advisory Board of Freiburg (previously Karlsruhe, Mainz, Mannheim).

Dr. Ina Hartwig,

born in 1963 in Hamburg, studied Romance Studies and German Studies in Avignon and Berlin. Following many years as the literary editor of “Frankfurter Rundschau” (1997-2009) and publisher of “Kursbuch” (2002-2005), she worked as a freelance author, critic and moderator. She was a visiting professor at the universities of St. Louis (USA), Göttingen and Leipzig, and wrote, among others, for “Die Zeit” and “Süddeutsche Zeitung.” In 2011 she was awarded the Alfred-Kerr-Preis for Literary Criticism. Her essay collection “Das Geheimfach ist offen. Über Literatur” was published by S. Fischer Verlag in 2012. She wrote the screenplay for the film “Die Geträumten” (Austria, 2016) together with director Ruth Beckermann. In the 2015/16 academic year she was a Fellow at the Berlin Institute for Advanced Study. Since July 2016 she has been the Frankfurt/Main Deputy Mayor in charge of Culture and science.

Benjamín Romano,

is a Mexico City-based architect, founder of the firm LBR&A Arquitectos and IHP 2018 winner with the “Torre Reforma” high-rise building. LBR&A Arquitectos has been involved in office, residential, cultural and industrial projects throughout Mexico City and beyond. The company is known for its focus on contemporary design, high-tech and sustainable solutions and flexibility in space. Romano completed his first construction project in 1978 – two production facilities for the apparel industry in Hidalgo, Mexico – while earning his bachelor’s degree in Architecture & Urbanism at the Universidad Iberoamericana. Since 1982 he has been teaching in various capacities at Universidad Iberoamericana and giving lectures worldwide. Currently Romano is “Expert in Residence” at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and member of the CGBC as “Visiting Affiliated Faculty Member”.

Klaus Fäth,

born in 1954, studied civil engineering at the TU Darmstadt. After working at Hochtief AG and as a research assistant at the TU Darmstadt, he was managing director of Stöffler-Abraham-Fäth, Fäth+Fäth and since 2002 managing partner of osd – office for structural design. Since 1998 Klaus Fäth has held a professorship for structural design at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. Since 2019 he is Founder & Consultant at osd.

Horst R. Muth,

has been head of Project Management Real Estate at Deka Immobilien GmbH since October 2009 and is responsible for all major technical measures (project developments, revitalization, expansion services) and technical consulting services in the national and international real estate portfolio. The graduate engineer is a member of the Royal Institition of Chartered Surveyors and prior to Deka was with Deutsche Bank AG, where he managed and optimized the Bank’s real estate portfolio in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) from the structural engineering side. Prior to that, he worked for about 13 years as National Director at Jones Lang LaSalle, providing technical consulting services to institutional investors and real estate users. He has many years of experience in international real estate management and has realized numerous construction and high-rise projects of various sizes

Peter Cachola Schmal,

born 1960 in Altötting the architect and architectural critic was curator at Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt from 2000 to 2006. He has been Director of DAM since 2006 and has been responsible for an extensive exhibition program including some 12 major shows a year and a large number of symposiums, conferences, workshops, lectures and publications. He sits on numerous committees and has often acted as a jury member in competitions. He is responsible for various architectural awards associated with DAM from the “DAM Award for Architecture in Germany”, the “DAM Architectural Book Award” through to the “Houses of the Year” prize bestowed together with Callwey Publishing House. In 2007, he was Commissioner for the German contribution to the Sao Paulo Architecture Biennale. In 2016 as General Commissioner he is together with Oliver Elser und Anna Scheuermann, in charge of the German Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia.

Rudi Scheuermann,

is Director and Global Leader Building Envelope Design at Arup. As an architect and engineer he has built up the building envelope design and numerous specialist disciplines, including building physics, fire protection, materials, lighting design and acoustics in our German office. His focus is on a multidisciplinary design of sustainable and energy-efficient building envelopes. In recognition of his achievements, he was appointed Arup Fellow in 2014. Rudi Scheuermann studied architecture at the University of Karlsruhe and later completed a research study in Bath, England, with a master’s degree in architecture in membrane constructions. He has worked for architectural and engineering practices in Germany, the Netherlands, Great Britain and the USA.

Victor Stoltenburg,

has been Head of Acquisitions and Sales in Deka Immobilien for nearly 11 years. He has also been deputy area head since June 2017. He is a fully qualified lawyer and initially worked as a legal advisor for real estate law in a variety of companies after completing his education. He then worked as a real estate investment manager in the real estate companies of SEB and Union Investment starting in 2005.