Dipl.-Ing. Architect, Managing Director
Michael Rathgeb has been Managing Director at ingenhoven architects since 2018. He manages the 185,000 square meter main railway station project in Stuttgart, which was awarded the Global Holcim Award Gold for Sustainable Building in 2006 and the International Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture in 2007. After his architectural studies at Innsbruck University and professional experience with projects of various sizes, the Austrian began his career at ingenhoven architects as Project Director in 2007. In 2012 he was appointed Director and, since the middle of 2018, has been working in the team of Managing Directors with Christoph Ingenhoven, Martin Reuter, and Marco Ossmann.
In addition to specializing in complex infrastructure projects (public passenger transport, local and long-distance transport), Michael Rathgeb has extensive experience in the field of office and administration buildings. Rathgeb has been involved in projects such as the HDI headquarters in Hanover, University College Dublin, the Google headquarters in Palo Alto, and Marina One in Singapore.