Stefan Blach

Description

Stefan Blach has been working with Studio Libeskind for nearly two decades and manages many of the Studio’s most complex large-scale projects around the globe, coordinating consultants in a wide range of cultural, residential and commercial developments.

He is responsible for the coordination of design teams, including the completion of the 2,000-seat Grand Canal Theatre project in Dublin, the extension of the Felix Nussbaum Haus in Osnabrück, Germany, the Military History Museum in Dresden, the Ko-Bogen shopping complex in Dusseldorf and the Zhang Zhidong Museum in Wuhan, China that is set to open in 2015.

Before coming to Studio Libeskind, Mr. Blach gained professional experience working both independently and with a number of leading architects, including Tim Heide (Berlin) and Salvador Pérez Arroyo (Madrid), where he worked on the Museo de la Ciencia en Cuenca.

He received a Diploma in Architecture from the Technische Universität, Berlin, in 1991. Stefan is fluent in German and English, and proficient in Spanish.