Dipl. Ing. Architekt BDA
Kasimir Altzweig started working with Jan Störmer Architekten in 2001 and has been a partner in our office since 2018. Between 2006 and 2011, he was professor of design at the Detmold School of Architecture. In 2019, he became a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA) Hamburg. In addition to implementing our ambitious projects, he is responsible for the competition department. Kasimir Altzweig is a member of various expert juries and regularly lectures on the work of Störmer Murphy and Partners.
Martin Murphy has been a partner of Störmer Murphy and Partners since 2004. Born in the UK, he studied in London and Madrid before coming to Germany as an architect in 1992. Martin Murphy is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and is involved in various advisory boards focusing on sustainability. In addition to working on national and international competitions and realising our sophisticated projects, he regularly participates in conferences and juries. In addition, he lectures on the work of Störmer Murphy and Partners as well as on current topics in the construction and real estate industry.
Dipl. Ing. Architekt
Tomas Kraus joined our office in 2013. He has been an associate partner since 2018 and is responsible for planning, project management and the coordination of project leaders. He studied in Hamburg and Paris. Before joining Störmer Murphy and Partners, he worked for Herzog & de Meuron on the Elbphilharmonie project.
Dipl. Ing. Architekt
Achim Schneider joined our office in 1997 and has been an associate partner since 2015. He is responsible for our contract management and acts as project manager of various projects. Achim Schneider studied law in Mainz and Berlin and architecture at the Technische Fachhochschule Berlin (TFH). He is a certified real estate project developer (EIPOS).
M. Sc. ETH Architekt
Hanns-Jochen Weyland has been an associate partner since 2018 and, as a strategist, he is advancing the digital development of our office. He studied in Braunschweig and Graz. His postgraduate studies at ETH Zurich were followed by accreditation as a DGNB auditor, which entitles him to certify sustainable building projects.