Architecture is a constantly evolving field that demands innovation and originality. At our studio, we embrace this challenge with a boundless curiosity and a relentless pursuit of new ideas. Our work reflects a deep understanding of the cultural, social, and economic contexts in which we operate. We believe that every project presents a unique opportunity to create something exceptional. 

With a presence in Berlin, London, and Santiago, we are inspired by the diverse cultures and perspectives that surround us, and we strive to create spaces that reflect and celebrate this diversity

Marcel Holmberg

Founder & Design Director

Marcel Holmberg, born 1981 in Santiago, Chile. He received his Masters in Architecture from the Universidad Central de Chile, a Certificate in Real Estate Economics and Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Certificate in Construction Management from Columbia University New York.

Marcel has worked with some of the most respected architects in the industry, including Ole Scheeren, Eike Becker and Hadi Teherani in Berlin. During his time at Ole Scheeren’s office, Marcel was instrumental in the design of the Guardian Auction Centre in central Beijing and a 150-metre mixed-use tower in central London. Marcel also worked on the design of the King Power MahaNakhon Tower in Bangkok, the development of Olympicopolis in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London and the competition design for the Axel Springer Headquarters building in Berlin.

He spent seven years in Beijing, where he co-founded and was the director of PWD Architecture. During this time, he worked with the French firm AREP Architecture on the design for the Asian Investment Infrastructure Bank (AIIB) headquarters in Beijing and on numerous transport-oriented development (TOD) projects and public buildings throughout China. Marcel is also known for his work in Chile, where he collaborated with award-winning Chilean architects Marco Polidura and Iñaki Volante on the design of the Desert Museum (Huanchacas Museum) in Antofagasta and several single-family homes.

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