Christoph is an architect and principal in the Glasgow studio.
He has considerable experience in delivering major projects across a variety of sectors including science and research, healthcare, education, workplace and retail. He leads interdisciplinary design teams in the development and construction of complex projects from inception to completion and has been managing and realising projects using Building Information Modelling for over a decade.
He recently completed the award-winning Technology and Innovation Centre for the University of Strathclyde and is currently delivering the new School of Engineering for the University of Edinburgh as well as the Student Teaching and Learning Hub at the University of Strathclyde and the BioHub Project in Aberdeen. Previous projects include Nanjing Medical University, Eastwood High School, Lasswade High School, Buchanan Galleries and the Capella Building in Glasgow.
“Whatever they are they won’t be as we imagine them today but hopefully a rewarding mixture of fun and challenges.”
The aim of the Technology and Innovation Centre is to facilitate change in the ways that the university and industry engage.
The University of Strathclyde’s new Learning and Teaching Building is at the heart of its Rottenrow Campus in Glasgow.
A free standing 11 storey tower at the heart of the International Financial Services District.
This unique project brought together two councils to share experience and knowledge, to design and deliver innovative cost effective solutions for new secondary schools...
Our plans for a new School of Engineering for the University of Edinburgh form the first of a five-phase masterplan to transform the south west corner of the King’s Buildings Campus.
The Bio-Therapeutics Hub for Innovation (BioHub) will provide a physical hub for the life sciences sector in the region, offering the opportunity for knowledge transfer and growth through co-location and the provision of sector leading facilities.
Christoph Ackermann, Architect and Principal at BDP explains why our workplace environments must adapt quicker, following a shift in post-pandemic working patterns.
Christoph is an architect director in the Glasgow studio. He develops and delivers projects from inception to completion across a broad range of sectors including workplace, education and retail, specialising in major projects. Here he discusses the importance of designing for collaboration in the science, research and technology sector.