Stadelmann & Wössner is a Berlin-based practice for architecture, exhibitions, scenography and interiors, founded by Eva-Maria Stadelmann and Frank Joachim Wössner in 2021.

Since 2013 we have been collaborating and working internationally on a wide range of projects for private and public or institutional clients, engaging with all scales of architecture from furniture to city with a focus on arts and culture as well as residential projects. We are equally interested in new-build and renovations, conversions or extensions as sustainable and considerate interventions within an existing and listed building fabric. Recent projects include various furniture and exhibition designs, live/work and artists studios, gallery and apartment renovations, conversions, extensions and new built.

With a positive commitment and attitude, we appreciate an open, integrated and interdisciplinary approach and design process in close and trustful collaboration with our clients, curators, artists, end users, consultants, specialists, manufacturers and builders, to explore potentials of each project. With a strong awareness and deep interest in the spatial, cultural and social context, we understand complex site specific and economic constraints as a chance, to deliver innovative bespoke, sustainable and high-quality design solutions in the pursuit of well-made and lasting architecture.

Prior to founding Stadelmann & Wössner, Eva and Frank worked with internationally renowned practices such as Valerio Olgiati in Zürich/Flims, 6a architects in London, Caruso St John Architects in London and Pritzker Prize-winning David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin for many years, where both have gained a wide range of professional experience on much awarded cultural and art related projects such as ‘Kunsthaus Zürich’, ‘Forum Museumsinsel’ in Berlin Mitte, ‘Nottingham Contemporary’ and Stirling Prize winning ‘Newport Street Gallery’ for Damien Hirst in London as well as on housing, office, exhibition projects and other typologies.

Eva-Maria Stadelmann

studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart. Since 2013 she has been working together with Frank Joachim Wössner and in various constellations, also as Stadelmann Schmutz Wössner Architekten with Bernd Schmutz 2015-2020, on a wide range of international projects of different scales, with a focus on the arts and cultural sector, exhibition designs and residential projects. In 2021 she co-founded Stadelmann & Wössner Architekt:innen PartGmbB together with Frank Joachim Wössner in Berlin.

She also worked with internationally renowned architectural practices such as Valerio Olgiati in Zürich, 6a architects in London and Pritzker Prize-winning David Chipperfield Architects in Berlin, where she gained a wide range of professional experience on much awarded projects in the UK, Germany and Switzerland with a focus on culture and art related as well as residential projects, often within a listed building context, as e.g. the ‘South London Gallery’ with 6a architects, the ‘Forum Museumsinsel’ at the northern tip of Berlin's Museum Island and ‘Kunsthaus Zürich’ with David Chipperfield Architects.

She has been invited as a guest critic at international architecture schools and universities, e.g. at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism or RISEBA University Riga, Faculty of Architecture and Design. Besides her practical work she has been writing for the architecture magazine Bauwelt. She is also a registered architect at Architektenkammer Berlin.

Frank Joachim Wössner

studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and ETH Zürich. In 2010 he set up his own practice in Berlin. Since 2013 he has been collaborating with Eva-Maria Stadelmann and in various constellations, also 2015-2020 as Stadelmann Schmutz Wössner Architekten with Bernd Schmutz, on a wide range of international projects of different scales, with a focus on the arts and cultural sector, exhibition designs, gallery-, live/work-, museum- and residential projects. Together with Eva-Maria Stadelmann he co-founded Stadelmann & Wössner Architekt:innen PartGmbB in 2021.

Before establishing his own practice he worked with internationally renowned offices such as Morger & Degelo Architekten in Basel and Caruso St John Architects in London, where he gained a wide range of professional experience while he was responsible for a wide range of much awarded projects with a focus on museums, art galleries and exhibition designs, such as the ‘Newport Street Art Gallery’ for Damien Hirst in London, winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize, RIBA National and RIBA London Awards 2016, the RIBA awarded and EU Mies van der Rohe Prize nominated contemporary art centre ‘Nottingham Contemporary’, the RIBA awarded ‘National Offices for the Arts Council England’ in Central London and various exhibitions such as Thomas Demand‘s 'Phototrophy' at Kunsthaus Bregenz.

From 2010-2016 he was holding a teaching position as assistant professor at Potsdam School of Architecture and was regularly invited as guest critic, e.g. at Kingston University in London. Since WS 2021/22 he is guest professor at Hochschule Anhalt Dessau, Department for Architecture, for the international cooperation project ‘Flying Faculty’ with the VGU Vietnamese-German University in Ho Chi Minh City. Since 2008 he is registered architect at Architektenkammer Baden-Württemberg.


Stadelmann & Wössner Architekt*innen PartGmbB
Eva-Maria Stadelmann, Freie Architektin
Frank Joachim Wössner, Freier Architekt
Reuterstraße 82
D – 12053 Berlin
+49 30 7022 3369


João Baptista • John Paul Coss • Emilie Morales Gracia • Christopher Ruhri • Lucas Schrader • Paolo Scianna • Linda Semmler • Simon Steffen


Thank you for your interest in joining Stadelmann & Wössner. There is no current vacancies but we always welcome applications from talented and motivated individuals at any time. Unfortunately we are unable to answer everyone personally or to return any documents. Interesting applications will be kept on file and we will contact you if any vacancy arise in the future. Thank you for your understanding.


Prof. Dr. Ulrich Pantle, Ludwigsburg • Andrea Ringli, Zürich • Bernd Schmutz, Berlin • Heimann + Schwantes, Berlin • NLF-Team Berlin Hamburg • NODE Berlin Oslo • Studio Esther Le Roy & Sarah Cleeremans, Brussels • xailabs GmbH, Berlin


Anything is possible, Amsterdam • Arup, London • bbz Landschaftsarchitekten, Berlin • Bencon Energies, Berlin • BFT Cognos GmbH, Aachen • Ausstellungstechnik Martin Edelmann, Moscow • FD-Ingenieure, Berlin • Max Götze Ingenieure, Berlin • Hahn Hertling von Hantelmann Landschaftsarchitekten, Berlin • Ingenieurbüro Prof. Dr. Hauser GmbH, Kassel • Knecht Ingenieure, Wildpoldsried • Lossen Ingenieure, Berlin • medienprojekt p2, Stuttgart • Ingenieurbüro Axel C. Rahn, Berlin • Ausstellungstechnik Manuel Reinartz, Berlin • xailabs GmbH, Berlin

Selected Clients

Goethe Institut Athen • Goethe Institut New York • Grün Berlin • ARCH+ Berlin • Galerie Luis Campaña Berlin • Gutenberg-Museum Mainz • Hellenic Ministry of Education, Religious Affairs, Culture and Sport, Athens • Margaret Howell Ltd. London • Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt • ifa Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen Stuttgart • Immobilien-Verwertungsgesellschaft der ver.di mbH Berlin • Kunstraum Kreuzberg Bethanien Berlin • Landeshauptstadt Mainz • Schloss Biesdorf Berlin • Urbane Künste Ruhr Oberhausen • ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe

Selected Artistic Directors & Curators

Katja Aßmann (021) • Judith Bihr (017) • Giulia Bini (017) • Andrea Buddensieg (017) • Angelika Fitz (021) • Martin Fritz (021) • Anselm Franke (017c) • Eckhard Fürlus (017) • Mirko Gatti (032) • Dr. Anett Goethe (039) • Stefan Gruber (032) • Stephanie Hankey (017c) • Christian Hiller (032) • Daniel Irrgang (017) • Max Kaldenhoff (032) • Sabiha Keyif (017) • Daria Mille (017) • Elke aus dem Moore (032) • Anh-Linh Ngo (032) • Christine Rüb (032) • Marek Tuszynski (017c) • Syrago Tsiara (015) • Peter Weibel (017) • Philipp Ziegler (017) • Siegfried Zielinski (017)

Represented Artists at GLOBALE Infosphere

Timo Arnall & Jack Schulze & Einar Sneve Martinussen • Amy Balkin • Aram Bartholl • Wafaa Bilal • Zach Blas • Blast Theory • Bonjour, interactive lab (Jean-Philippe Jacquot, Gustave Bernier & Alexandre Rivaux) • Natalie Bookchin • Dineo Seshee Bopape • David Bowen • James Bridle • Bureau d’Études • Emma Charles • Tyler Coburn • Sterling Crispin • Stéphane Degoutin & Gwenola Wagon • Dennis Del Favero & Elwira Titan • Aleksandra Domanović • Thomas Feuerstein • Fraunhofer-Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung IOSB • Laurent Grasso • Yoon Chung Han & Byeong-Jun Han • Jonathan Harris • Mishka Henner • Femke Herregraven • Brian House • Scottie Chih-Chieh Huang • Jennifer Lyn Morone™ Inc • Jia • JODI • Matt Kenyon (SWAMP) • Erik Kessels • Jeong Han Kim • Hyun Jean Lee • Jung-Do Kim • Brian Knappenberger • Oliver Laric • Marc Lee in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Lehrstuhl für Intelligente Sensor-Aktor-Systeme (ISAS), ZAK Zentrum für Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft und Studium Generale am KIT Karlsruher Institut für Technologie • George Legrady • Armin Linke • Rafael Lozano-Hemmer • !Mediengruppe Bitnik • Laurent Mignonneau & Christa Sommerer • Jonathan Minard & James George • Warren Neidich • The Office for Creative Research (Mark Hansen • Ben Rubin • Jer Thorp) • The Otolith Group • Julius Popp • Jon Rafman • REMOTEWORDS (Achim Mohné • Uta Kopp) • Stephanie Rothenberg • RYBN.ORG • Mario Santamaria • Philipp Schaerer • Semiconductor • Shinseungback & Kimyonghun • Adam Slowik • Smart Citizen Team • IAAC Fab Lab Barcelona, Media Interactive Design and Hangar • Karolina Sobecka, Christopher Baker • Werner Sobek • Software Studies Initiative (Lev Manovich • Nadav Hochman • Jay Chow • Damon Crockett) • Superflux • Fabrizio Tamburini • Timo Toots • Suzanne Treister • Unknown Fields Division • Clement Valla • Alex Verhaest • Richard Vijgen • Christoph Wachter & Mathias Jud • Addie Wagenknecht • Gwenola Wagon • Where dogs run • Krissy Wilson • Manfred Wolff-Plottegg • Peter Weibel • Verena Noack • Matthias Wölfel • Angelo Stitz • Tim Schlippe • Erweiterte Sinnesorgane

Represented Artists at GLOBALE Exo-Evolution

::vtol:: • 1024 architecture • Yuri Ancarani • Jinsoo An • Alisa Andrasek • Alisa Andrasek & Jose Sanchez • Suzanne Anker • Anthropocene Observatory Artificial Nature (Haru Ji & Graham Wakefield) • Lise Autogena & Joshua Portway • Nurit Bar-Shai • Sonja Bäumel • Sonja Bäumel & Manuel Selg • Ursula Biemann & Paulo Tavares • Howard Boland & Laura Cinti (C-LAB) • Ecke Bonk & typosophes sans frontiers • Adam W. Brown & Robert Root-Bernstein • Oron Catts & Ionat Zurr & Corrie Van Sice • Center for Post Natural History • Jürgen Claus • Sam Conran • Hermann Cuntz • Hermann Cuntz & Marvin Weigand • Theresa Dankovich • Robert Darroll • Caitilin de Bérigny • Frederik de Wilde • Thierry Delatour • Louis-Philippe Demers & Bill Vorn • Heather Dewey-Hagborg • Kitsou Dubois • Anna Dumitriu • ecoLogicStudio • Electronic Shadow (Naziha Mestaoui & Yacine Aït Kaci) • Peter Fend & Ocean Earth • Thomas Feuerstein • Verena Friedrich • Klaus Fritze • FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik • Eyal Gever • Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg • Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg & Sascha Pohflopp • Niklas Goldbach • Andy Gracie • Tue Greenfort • Terike Haapoja • History of Others (Terike Haapoja & Laura Gustafsson) • Zaha Hadid • Stephen Hawking • Ivan Henriques • Camille Henrot • Lynn Hershman Leeson • Bart Hess • Heurisko Gesellschaft für Biologische Technologien GmbH & Karlsruher Institut für Technologie • Chris Jordan • Manfred Kage • Wanuri Kahiu • Felix Kemner • KIT Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung • Allison Kudla • Nandita Kumar • Ebru Kurbak & Irene Posch • Armin Linke • Christian Lölkes & Adrian Vielsack • Andy Lomas • Wolfgang Mally • Daria Martin • Mediated Matter Group MIT Media Lab • Agnes Meyer- Brandis • Yann Mingard • MVRDV & The Why Factory in cooperation with MOON Kyungwon & JEON Joonho • Dave Murray-Rust & Rocio von Jungenfeld • Michael Najjar • Geraldine Ondrizek • Lucy & Jorge Orta • Neri Oxman • Geoffrey Ozin • Tariq Rahman • Reynold Reynolds • Byron Rich • Adam G. Riess • robotlab • Hermann J. Roth • Thomás Saraceno • Scenocosme (Grégory Lasserre & Anaïs met den Ancxt) • HA Schult • SEAD Space Ecologies Art and Design • Conrad Shawcross • Semiconductor • Taryn Simon • Maja Smrekar • Studio Swine • Luisa Székely • Yesenia Thibault-Picazo • Luca Trevisani • roika • UdK Design Research Lab • Andrei Ujica • Koen Vanmechelen • Paul Vanouse • Aline Veillat • Pinar Yoldas • Martin Walde • Peter Weibel • Daniel Widrig • Where Dogs Run

Represented Artists at GLOBALE Allah‘s Automata

Abū Ḥātim al-Muẓaffar al-Isfizārī • Ibn al-Razzāz al-Jazarī • Alī Ibn Khalaf al-Murādī • Ahmad Y. al-Ḥasan • Heron von Alexandria • Banū Mūsā ibn Shākir • Giovan Battista della Porta • Maximilian Curtze • Aage Gerhardt Drachmann • Henry George Farmer • Donald R. Hill • Athanasius Kircher • Conrad Matschoss • Seyyed Hossein Nasr • Apollonios von Perge • Fuat Sezgin • Eilhard Wiedemann • Vitruvius

Represented Architects & Artists at An Atlas of Commoning

Morehshin Allahyari & Daniel Rourke • Assemble & Granby Workshop • Iwan Baan • Brandlhuber+ Christopher Roth • DAAR Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency • Theo Deutinger • Eureka • Manuel Herz • Sandi Hilal, Philipp Misselwitz & Anne Misselwitz • Immo Klink • Kotti & Co • Clemens Krug Architekten & Bernhard Hummel Architekt • Kuehn Malvezzi • Angelika Levi • Golan Levin (F.A.T. Lab) & Shawn Sims (Sy–Lab) • Makoko Waterfront Community • Tukano Maloca • Miethäuser Syndikat • National Union of Sahrawi Women • NLÉ Architects • PlanBude Hamburg • Common Ground e.V. & Nachbarschaftsakademie • Quest – Florian Koehl & Christian Burkhard • Martha Rosler • Harald Trapp & Robert Thum • Urban-Think Tank • Chair of Architecture and Urban Design ETH Zürich • WiLMa19 • Samson Young • ARGE ifau • Heide & von Beckerath • Atelier d’Architecture Autogérée • BARarchitekten • Bau- und Wohngenossenschaft Spreefeld Berlin eG • Carpaneto Schoeningh Architekten • City in the Making • FATkoehl • Die Zusammenarbeiter • El Campo de la Cebada • Genossenschaft Kalkbreite • Genossenschaft Kraftwerk1 • Go Hasegawa and Associates • IBeB GbR • Müller Sigrist Architects • Refugee Accommodation & Solidarity Space City Plaza • Schneider Studer Primas • Gemeinde Yoshino • ZUS Zones Urbaines Sensibles

Photo Credits

Simon Menges (015, 017) • Sebastian Schels (021, 032) • Laura Fiorio (017c) • Bernd Schmutz (017c, 023) • Hendrik Schwantes (027, 032) • Jeroen Verrecht (039) • Frank Joachim Wössner (020, 027, 031, 035) • All other images if used in any renderings, drawings, visualisations or others are acknowledged as belonging to their respective owners.