Kalhöfer-Korschildgen Architekten PartGmbB
Prof. Dipl. Ing. Gerhard Kalhöfer
Prof. Dipl. Ing. Stefan Korschildgen
Neusser Strasse 26
50670 Cologne, Germany
Kalhöfer-Korschildgen was founded in 1995 in Paris and Aachen and has been working in Cologne since 2000. We plan and build cultural projects for public clients: archives, libraries, museums, cinemas, buildings for tourism, or office and service landscapes. We have many years of experience in the construction of existing buildings, or in the conversion and restoration of monuments.
Another focus of the office is exhibition architecture and scenographic information buildings in public space.
In addition to these project fields, the office has been dealing with mobile, changeable rooms from the very beginning. Kalhöfer-Korschildgen is one of the few architectural offices that has consistently had an experimental interest in mobile architecture for decades, researching, teaching about it and continuously implementing spatial innovations.
Gerhard Kalhöfer and Stefan Korschildgen both teach as professors and have represented the attitude and work of their office in lectures and workshops at numerous universities and colleges. Their projects have been published nationally and internationally and shown at major architectural exhibitions.
Employees since 1995
Christèle Jany, Bert Bücking, Andreas Hack, Bernd Lampe, Carsten Venus, Frank Znottka, Sven Geiser, Sigrid Weiss, Anh Linh Ngo, Philipp Glass, Frank Rau, Sabine Beuscher, Claudia Weikert, Frank Skrupin, Ulli Wallner, Marian Stoll, Anke Gewers, Stefan Winkelmeyr, Andreas Bittis, Alper Cilingir, Guido Meier, Tian Tian, Ute Reiter, Verena Kluth, Pia Schröder, Franziska von Lintel, Gerald Klahr, Burkhard Schelischansky, Heike Prehler, Nadia Welter, Holger Gossner, Marc Rogmans, Daniel Angulo Garcia, Anne Schroeder, Sabrina Engel, Sabrina Latsch, Zhang Heng, Ina Gaehtgens, Philip Braselmann, Tobias Roth, Andreas Kantartzis, Eduard Spiegel, Stephan Laumanns, Hartmut Raendchen, Susanne Priebs, Anne Pauline Wolff, David Ebel, Tobias Scheeder, Johannes Haucke