Ringo Offermann joined Richard Meier & Partners in 2004 and was named Senior Associate in 2012.
Mr. Offermann has held significant design and management roles as project architect and manager on several Richard Meier & Partners buildings, including the award-winning Coffee Plaza, a high-end office complex in Hamburg, Germany, that employs an innovative curtain wall system to minimize energy consumption. He is currently overseeing the design of the Reforma Towers, a 1,292,000 SFT development along Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City and winner of the 2015 Progressive Architecture Award, the Engel & Völkers Headquarters in Hamburg, Germany and the Gardone Residence, a private residence in Gardone Riviera, Italy.
During his eleven years in the office Mr. Offermann has also collaborated on several other projects including the Mitikah Office Tower in Mexico City; Rickmers Residence in Hamburg, Germany, where he was in charge of the design and construction phases as project architect; the expansion of the P&C department store in Düsseldorf, Germany; a visitor center for the St. Michaelis church in Hamburg, Germany; and several international competitions, including a private residence in Hong Kong and a government office and retail complex in Stuttgart, Germany.
Prior to joining Richard Meier & Partners, Mr. Offermann worked in various design firms in Japan, U.S. and Germany, where he studied Architecture and Electrical Engineering and obtained a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the Technische Universität Berlin in 1999.
He is a registered architect in the State of New York, a member of the American Institute of Architects and acquired the German License in 2003.