Hilmer, Heinz

Heinz Hilmer (born 1936)

Heinz Hilmer was born in 1936 and studied from 1957 to 1963 at the Technical University of Munich.

1963 to 1965 he was Baureferendar and worked for his second state examination from 1965 to 1968 as a civil servant in the Bavarian Staatsbauverwaltung, then until 1978 in a planning department.

During 1974 he founded the architectural firm "Hilmer + Sattler" in Munich.


Important works by Heinz Hilmer:

  • Master plan for Museum Island, Berlin, with Oswald Mathias Ungers and David Chipperfield
  • Restauration Altes Museum, Berlin
  • The Ritz-Carlton in Berlin at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin
  • Gemaeldegalerie, Berlin
  • Elmau modernization of the castle
  • S-Bahn station  Potsdamer Platz (together with C. Sattler), Berlin-Mitte
  • New art gallery (along with C. Sattler), Berlin-Tiergarten
  • master development plan Potsdamer Platz and Leipziger Platz, Berlin
  • different residential and commercial buildings (together with C. Sattler), Munich
  • extension of the Munich tax office (along with C. Sattler), Munich
  • Albgruen Bridge (together with C. Sattler), Karlsruhe
  • master plan of the housing estate "Beautiful view" on the documenta urbana (together with C. Sattler), Kassel
  • Old Town redevelopment Karlsruhe
  • Urbanistic framework for Pforzheim

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