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Personnel changes 2022

This year has seen further changes to the HPP Partnership in line with our proven principal of continual renewal, and so the future partnership has been augmented at both partner and associate partner level.

Co.mmon Vision - Partnership changes

Matthias Faber, who has successfully managed the competitions department of our Dusseldorf location since 2014 and became associate partner in 2020, has been appointed partner as of 1st January. Bugrahan Sirin, who has been with HPP since 2007 and became associate partner of HPP International Turkey in 2018, will in future contribute his expertise as partner at our Istanbul location. He has managed the HPP office there for many years, implementing and realising diverse national and international projects of various sizes. 

With warm thanks for their many years of service we must say goodbye to our partners Claudia Roggenkämper, Dusseldorf, and Volker Biermann, who managed the Stuttgart office for 16 years. From now on Carmen Stirmlinger, who has been a member of the Stuttgart team since 2015, will assume management of the location and in the process is becoming an associate partner.

More about the HPP partnership.

Co.llaborative Network - New members of the Advisory Board

Our Vision 2030 last year set out our goals for the years to come as a roadmap for action. Together we want to rethink architecture and urban planning and develop answers to the questions of tomorrow. In order to place greater emphasis on the important topics of sustainability and digitalisation in our firm, we have also reorganised our Advisory Board. 

We are proud to announce that Prof. Dr. Manfred Fischedick, Scientific Managing Director of the Wuppertal Institute, will join HPP’s Advisory Board from 1st January. The Wuppertal Institute is one of the leading international think tanks for sustainability research. The focus of its work is ‘designing transformation processes towards a climate-neutral and resource-light society’. Another new appointment to the Advisory Board is Prof. Holger Hoffmann, Chair of Techniques for Representation and Design at the University of Wuppertal. With his professorship and his work at ofd architects, he combines theory and practice to research and further develop digital design methodology in architecture.

We look forward to new impulses as together we face the existential issues of our time! At the same time we extend our thanks to former Advisory Board members Frank Dopheide and Dr. Michael Träm for their many valuable impulses over the past 10 years.
More on Prof. Dr.-Ing. Manfred Fischedick and the Wuppertal Institute.
More on Prof. Holger Hoffmann and ofd architects.