Following his studies at Aachen University, Carsten worked in Germany and Ireland before moving to the UK in 2007. His sector knowledge spans urban design projects, residential, commercial, retail, health care and education. Having worked in different European countries Carsten is registered to practice as an Architect in both the UK and Germany.
Carsten joined David Morley Architects in April 2015 to work on Fish and Coal, a mixed-use development in the former 2,000 sqm Fish and Coal Offices at the King’s Cross Central Development, located alongside the Regents Canal in London. The new proposals will bring out the strong character of the existing buildings to create a vibrant mixed-use development of catering, retail and office units. The proposals were developed in consultation with English Heritage.
Before joining David Morley Architects Carsten worked with jmarchitects in London. His job included a number of large residential, education and retail projects but particularly the role of Project Architect for prestigious office developments in central London like the refurbishment of the Grade II listed British Columbia House for the Crown Estate.
Currently Carsten is working on the new Sports Hub Building for the University of Warwick where he is responsible for delivering the external façade and roof packages.