Christoph Mäckler

About Christoph Mäckler

Christoph Mäckler was born in 1951 in Frankfurt. He studied Architecture at TH Aachen and graduated in 1980. In 1981 he founded Christoph Mäckler Architekten in Frankfurt. The office has since then evolved into a leading architecture and urban studio known well beyond the borders of Frankfurt. Nowadays, a staff of about 60 plans and designs buildings for municipal, commercial and private clients throughout Germany. Some members of the team focus specifically on urban planning projects, studies and research. Their list of completed projects includes numerous structures of national importance. Christoph Mäckler has been teaching at the TU Dortmund since 1998. He was a guest professor in Naples, at TU Braunschweig and at the University of Hannover. In addition to his work at the studio he has been contributing to the contemporary architecture debate. In 2008 he founded the German Institute for the Art of Urban Design and has been working as a consultant for several cities. www.chm.de


AnA Munich 04 – On September 12, 2019, Architects, not Architecture took place in Munich for the fourth time. Three very special Architects shared their fascinating life stories. Christoph Mäckler, Peter Haimerl and Christiane Thalgott. 

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