Peter Feldmann is an architect and urban designer and Co-Director of Spaceagency.
Previously Peter was a Project Leader at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam. He has more than 15 years’ post-graduate experience and received an international education in architecture, including study in Germany, the United Kingdom and the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam, the Netherlands before graduating from the University of Karlsruhe in Germany. Prior to working at OMA Peter was Associate and Project Director at Aedas Architects responsible for the ‘Emirates Air-Line’ and several other projects and at Future-Systems. He was a key team member while at UNStudio, Amsterdam, working the award Winning Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, as well as a 432m Tower while at WilkinsonEyre in London.
His private and professional work has been successful in international architectural and urban design competitions such as Europan 6, 7 and 8, the Arch+ Award in 2001 and the 2001 ArchiPrix International Award. Peter has a special interest in the possibilities of computational geometries, advanced fabrication and digital manufacturing. He has led many realized and unrealized projects in the Event & Hospitality, commercial, High Rise, Education, Transport and Masterplanning sectors. Several of his projects make extensive use of advanced construction and fabriction technologies, in particular the London Cable Car, the Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, the Spencer Dock Bridge in Dublin and the Guangzhou West Tower in China.
In parallel to his professional career, Peter has been leading a units in the Urban Design Master’s programme at the Bartlett School of Architecture and the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff. He has taught regulaly since 2009 in graduate and postgraduate courses at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff. He has been a guest critic and lecturer and various universities including the University of California, Berkeley and the Royal College of Art. He has taught advanced 3D modeling and generative scripting at the University of East London.