Oliver graduated with a Diploma in Architectural Engineering and Interior Design from the University of Rosenheim, Germany, in 1998. Rosenheim is a world renowned institute for timber engineering and off site construction. Naturally Oliver chose to work in this field of construction and is the founder of Baufritz in the UK.
“My designs are influenced by my love of nature, especially the alpine area of Bavaria where I grew up and live. Nature teaches you that the best designs are simple and modest. The perfect house is a happy space that connects people and nature and provides just enough room”.
Anthony studied architecture in South Africa and is a qualified architect with over 15 year’s UK experience. He has worked with Baufritz since its inception in 2006 and gained over those years’ considerable knowledge and understanding of healthy and environmentally friendly construction methods. As a design team leader he always makes sure that the highest architectural quality standards are met to turn the client’s dream home into reality.
“I am open minded and receptive to new ideas, believing strongly in working closely with our clients. A warm, customer focused approach ultimately results in not only an appropriate design solution, but also a happy and content client at the end of the day!”
Peter is a chartered architect with over 30 year’s experience of many sectors of architecture both in the UK and overseas. Peter has also worked with Baufritz since its inception and has been responsible for the design of our most prominent projects including the house of the year 2010, the “Spirit of Light”.
“I have exceptional knowledge of traditional and modern building methods and styles and, as a result, completely understand our customers’ requirements due to my unrivalled experience in domestic architecture”.
Ralf is a qualified architect working on the intersection of critical spatial design, architecture, art and discourse. He has over 10 years UK experience in designing different building types from high-end residential to complex public buildings. He is Visiting Lecturer at the Canterbury School of Architecture and Unit Master at Kingston University’s School of Architecture. Together with Magnus Nilsson he is co-founder and director of Nilsson Pflugfelder.
The practice works on projects across a wide range of sectors and typologies. Their work is regularly published and shown at international architecture exhibitions, most recently in the First Works Award / Bauwelt Prize show.
Magnus is a registered architect, urban theorist and writer. Magnus received a Bachelor of Architecture degree with high honours from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago and completed a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in New York. He has worked as a senior design architect for a number of international architecture firms before founding his own practice together with Ralf Pflugfelder.
He has received numerous awards and his work has been published and exhibited internationally.