Manuel Schupp

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Manuel Schupp (* 1959 in Baden-Baden ) is a German architect .


After studying architecture in Stuttgart and Zurich , he worked for James Stirling , Michael Wilford and Associates in London in 1987 . In Switzerland, Schupp worked with the architects Bruno Reichlin , Fabio Reinhart and Santiago Calatrava . In 1985 he was the winner of the Stone Lion at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

In 1990, Manuel Schupp opened a subsidiary in Stuttgart as Associate Partner of the London office, which operated under Wilford Schupp Architects until June 2015. In January 2015, Wilford Schupp Architekten together with the architectural office zsp architects | peter vorbeck transferred to the new company ORANGE BLU building solutions. The management team consists of Manuel Schupp, Peter Vorbeck, Thomas Kohler and Stephan Gerstner.

Manuel Schupp is responsible for planning such as the British Embassy in Berlin and Tbilisi, the State University of Music and the House of History in Stuttgart. Projects that have been implemented to date include the new building for the Landesbank Baden-Württemberg in Karlsruhe, several buildings for B. Braun AG in Malaysia, Vietnam and Melsungen, and a new production and administration building for Aesculap AG in Tuttlingen.

Manuel Schupp is a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA), the urban planning committee of the city of Stuttgart , the selection committee of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, on the supervisory board of the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences and a founding member of the business association ena - european network architecture eV . In 2013 he founded the company fritzP together with Peter Vorbeck, Tankred Eckert and Jörg Lorenz .

Buildings and designs

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Website of the University of Technology: Supervisory Board
  2. [1]