HASCHER JEHLE Architektur

 

  
  Kantstrasse 17 (stilwerk) 10623 Berlin Germany
  
  Phone: +49. 30. 347 976-50

  Fax: +49.30 347976-55
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   www.hascherjehle.de

 

Over 20 years of success

HASCHER JEHLE Architektur was founded by Rainer Hascher and Sebastian Jehle in 1992. Thomas Kramps joined the executive team in 2005 and in 2014 the management was extended by the associates Fleur Keller, Markus Häffner, Carsten Krafft and Jens-Peter Riepen. Together with our Berlin-based team of 60 employees, we have proved successful in both competitions and the realization of our award-winning design projects in Germany and abroad. To name just a few, the Stuttgart Art Museum, the dvg office building in Hannover, the Rems-Murr-Clinic in Winnenden, the Koenigsbau Passagen in Stuttgart, the Montforthaus in Feldkirch, the extension of the Heinrich-Heine- University in Duesseldorf and Terminal West of Berlin Schoenefeld Airport reflect our comprehensive planning competence in a diverse array of construction projects. Numerous awards bear witness to the quality of our buildings. HASCHER JEHLE Architektur is a founding member of the DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council).

Planning for people

Our design concepts revolve around people: specific needs associated with individual rooms, practical requirements in terms of orientation inside the building and overall organisation. The conceptual process is guided by the sensual perception of components such as lighting, ventilation, sound, odour and materials, culminating in a very distinct interpretation of each individual construction task. Our aim is to create high-quality homes at an adequate cost, with a clear focus on customer expectations. Based on a thorough evaluation of the customers’ specifications, conditions at the site and the function of the building, we develop highly individual architectural solutions. 

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