Mr. Schlotter is a German born Architect with over 7 years of professional experience in the US, Germany and the Middle East. He learned to coordinate projects throughout all phases of design in New York. The essence of a successful architectural competition entry in Munich, as well as analytical work on research projects in Syria.
At SOM, he coordinated the fast track construction for the UAE Mission to the UN building in New York, as well as the design development enclosure package for a residential high rise at Central Park South. Recent projects included several high profile clients such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Arts (LACMA) designed in cooperation with Peter Zumthor, as well as the Bangalore Airport extension and a new office tower for West Palm Beach. At HENN, he developed architectural concepts for office, healthcare and education, as well as large scale urban planning projects. He was quickly entrusted with managing client communication, leading project teams and presenting the proposals to board members.
- Master of Arts in Architecture Technical University Munich
- International Exchange University of Illinois Urbana Champaign - Bachelor of Architecture
- Bachelor of Architecture, University of Applied Sciences Regensburg
- Talk to me about….
- Soccer, running, hiking and road trips and traveling in general.
- Why architecture?
- Because architecture is one of a few professions where you can see what you’ve been working on for months or years come to life. That’s why I love it.
- What is the greatest risk you’ve taken?
- It’s a risk I’m taking almost daily: looking at architecture while driving or biking. I’m easily distracted by interesting buildings along the roadside no matter if it is good or bad.