Oliver Collignon, Dipl.-Ing. Architect BDA, is the creative mind behind innovative, sustainable buildings, urban strategies and integrated design concepts which are created by close teamwork in his design studio.
Oliver Collignon was born in Munich – mother a designer, father a photographer – and studied architecture and philosophy in Berlin, Stuttgart and Chicago. He graduated in architecture in 1984 in Berlin, before moving to London for 8 years. After activities in business, property development and as an architect, at Richard Rogers Partnership in London (among others), he founded his own architectural studio in Berlin in 1994.
In 1996 he became member of the BDA, Confederation of Leading German Architects. With the European Architects‘ Alliance (EAA), he works for exchange and co-operation on a European level. Pursuing architectural projects in Asia he has been a keynote speaker at conferences in China, focussing on issues of sustainability.
Oliver Collignon supports the arts and environmental issues as well as social and charity projects. He is, amongst others, Member of Rotary Club Berlin-Humboldt and “Bundesstiftung Baukultur” a semi-governmental organization advancing the quality of our built environment.
The pleasure for aesthetics, space and material, a prudent use of resources, as well as a meaningful use of innovative technology creates the focus of our work.
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Description: Architect (m / f / d) for design and implementation planning
- Industry: architecture / planning office
- Profession: Architect
- Employment type: permanent position
- Area of application: Architecture, basic research, preliminary planning, draft planning, approval planning, implementation planning
- Project type: commercial, offices, residential construction
- Requirements: at least 5 years of professional experience
- Languages: German, English
- CAD: ArchiCad