Ringo Offermann joined Richard Meier & Partners in 2004 and was named Associate Principal in 2018.
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 Torre Cuarzo, a 1,292,000 SFT development along Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City and winner of the 2015 Progressive Architecture Award, and the Engel & Völkers Headquarters and Apartments in Hamburg, Germany.
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.