Sebastian is a German design architect, urban designer and mass timber specialist based in Berlin, Germany.
Currently, working multiple large scale timber buildings, for both residential and commercial clients in northern Europe.
His bioclimatic approach to architecture focuses on user wellness, operational efficiency and the exploration of passive
sustainable strategies that integrate building orientation, material selection and experiential factors.
Before moving back to Germany in 2019, he taught at Duke University, as instructor for architectural design at the
Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and worked as Lead Design Architect in multiple offices throughout North America.
He has overseen large projects and master plans in a variety of countries, including Italy, Austria, Germany, South
Africa, Canada and in the U.S.
He holds both a Master's and a Bachelor's degree in…