Danijel Schneider

As an architect, Danijel has a special ability to transform architectural visions into innovative and sustainable designs in collaboration with specialists and engineers, while continuously maintaining focus on optimising the buildability and cost of the project. Thus, his sense of proportions and design combined with his technical know-how is of great benefit to the project development in both the concept and detailed design stages.

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Danijel has vast experience in concept development as well as detailed design. He draws on experience as a project leader for small and medium-sized projects in all stages, which has provided him with a profound overview and appreciation of the building process. 

In recent years, he has taken part in the development of a number of large-scale projects - from office spaces through hotels to residences - developing technically and structurally challenging design solutions in collaboration with specialists and manufacturers. At Henning Larsen Architects, Danijel works in the Munich office where he forms part of the project team for the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research in Stuttgart. 



Henning Larsen Architects, 2013
Goetz Hootz Castorph Architekten und Stadtplaner, Munich, 2011
DOMO I Architektur, Munich, 2009
Architekt Christian Rübbert, Bolzano, 2009
Pardeller Putzer Scherer Architekten, Bolzano, 2007

Diplom-Ingenieur (FH) Architecture
Georg Simon Ohm University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg, 2007

Bavarian Chamber of Architects


German, Croatian, English, Italian

Selected projects

Selected projects

ZSW Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research, Stuttgart, Germany, 13,000 m²
Office and Hotel, Munich, 115,000 m³, Goetz Hootz Castorph Architekten
Office Elsenheimerstraße, Munich, Germany, 14,000 m², Goetz Hootz Castorph Architekten
Residences, Nidau, Switzerland, 6,500 m2, Goetz Hootz Castorph Architekten 


Project Manager, Dipl.-Ing. (FH), Architekt BYAK
Phone: +49 (0)89 8563338-133
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