Eike Becker

Architecture, Sustainable cities

Urban centers, public spaces, neighborhoods and their people - Eike Becker designs living spaces. The architect works in his office in Berlin-Mitte with 50 colleagues from 16 nations. He summarizes his architectural approach with the term "superference", a enhancement of the term interference. Superference describes the architectural production conditions and offers an architectural strategy in which analysis and empathy intersect. It also stands for a design method that includes much and excludes little. His most recent works include the FAZ Tower in Frankfurt's European Quarter and the Spree Tower at Berlin's east station. He is particularly interested in working with wood as a material. Several buildings are planned in timber hybrid construction. Eike Becker has already won several awards and is a member of the German Property Federation (ZIA).