Oliver Sachse


studied Architecture and Urban Design at University of Technology Darmstadt (TU). After a one-year professional practice in Guadalajara, Mexico with Coop Himmelb(l)au Mex he collaborated at the Vienna studio of Coop Himmelb(l)au as Project Architect at projects like House of Music Aalborg (Denmark), the highrise tower for the New ECB Premises in Frankfurt and the Cultural Center Zarautz, among various competitions and design studies. Since 2009 he worked as Assistant Professor for Building Technology and Architectural Design at University of Technology Berlin (TU) and got invited as Guest Lecturer at University of Technology Valencia (UPV) in 2011. In 2011 he founded his own architectural studio in Berlin, pfeiffer sachse architekten, in collaboration with Katja Pfeiffer (www.ps-architekten.de ) and has been working on multiple projects, e.g. the Landmark Duhamel, an accesible large scale sculpture in conmemoration of 250 years of industrial mining culture in Saarland, Germany. In 2014 he was guest lecturer for architectural design at University of Technology Berlin.