Atelier Sunder-Plassmann is a young architecture office based in Berlin and Kappeln, influenced by the nordic background of its founder Malte Sunder-Plassmann.
After graduating with a Master of Arts at UdK in Berlin, Malte Sunder-Plassmann gained his first working experiences by working at Sou Fujimoto Architects in Tokyo, Studio Barozzi Veiga in Barcelona, Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos in Berlin and by collaborating with the architect Alfred Sunder-Plassmann.
In 2022 he founded his own office, Atelier Sunder-Plassmann, and completed his first project, the holiday house Hof Ahmen. This small cabin addressing the boundary between nature and architecture was nominated for the DAM Preis 2023 and the Dezeen Awards 2022 for architecture and best young office. The project was published on AD, AW, Baunetz and Detail among others and is shown in the books Design Refugien, Tiny Living Spaces and Urlaubsarchitektur Houses 2022.
The second project of Atelier Sunder-Plassmann was also completed in 2022: the „aichermagazin“, a temporary exhibition pavilion in Isny im Allgäu showcasing the work „the city in black and white“ by Otle Aicher. The „aichermagazin“ was nominated for the German Design Award 2022 .
The current ongoing projects are a redesign of a Farmers´ yard in Northern Germany, an extension of an historical protected thatched cottage, a holiday house and two hotel projects in Northern Germany.