Kaufhaus Peek & Cloppenburg, Berlin
© Dieter Leistner
Peter Böhm Architekten studio is the successor to the Böhm studio that was established in 1921 by Dominikus Böhm. In 1954, the studio was taken over by Gottfried Böhm. The studio has established an international reputation for its work. In 1989, Peter Böhm became a joint partner of this studio. In 2002, he founded his own studio – Peter Böhm Architekten. His work is based on previous experience of major and complex projects, such as the Cologne Arena, Cologne’s Stadthaus (City Hall) and also smaller-scale, yet equally demanding projects, for example, the St. Wolfgang vicarage in Regensburg.
Peter Böhm integrates numerous guest lectures, seminars and exhibitions into his work, including repeated attendance at the Venice architecture biennale.
The conversion of old or listed buildings is among a wide range of different building projects, such as town halls, event halls, youth buildings, residential buildings and offices. This approach is maintained both for listed buildings and for remodelling of 1950s to 1970s’ extensions in need of updating for their use, operating costs and architecture.
Competences: Public Buildings | Administrative Buildings | Department Stores | Residential Apartment Blocks | Urban Planning | Religious Buildings