ADLS 08.10.2007 : Pott Architects


Alright, my ninjas – we’re bringing it back. Thats right, MNP’s architecte de la semaine [architect of the week] – or ADLS – is being resurrected. And to kick it off, we’re bringing you the work of Pott Architects.


Ingo Pott, founder of Pott Architects, studied at the Technical University in Berlin from ’92-98′, with a focus on sustainable building concepts. In ’95 he joined the Norman Foster team that had been commissioned to convert the Reichstag building into the home of the German Parliament – and worked as project architect until the dome’s completion in ’99. From ’98 to ’05 he worked at Foster & Partners in a managerial capacity, participating in a number of projects in Berlin + London – including integrated projects, such as the Arts Faculty Library of the Free University in Berlin.

In 2000 Pott co-founded the Cultural Forum C/O Berlin [with 2 partners] in order to ‘facilitate the interdisciplinary dialogue between architecture, design and photography’ – spurred by his realization that ‘the future of architecture must lie in dialogue with people, culture and academia’. In particular he has been focused on working with children and young people, providing them with a ‘visual education’ in the forum’s workshops.

Ingo Pott founded Pott Architects in 2005, and currently lives/works in Berlin, with second office in London.


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Posted: October 8th, 2007
at 4:12pm by orangemenace

Categories: architecture,featured ninjas,architecte de la semaine,firm profile

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  1. […] Located in Glienicke – a German municipality located north or Berlin – House L is a sustainable [read : minimum impact], site-integrated home for a family of four, designed by MNP’s ADLS 08.10.2007 : Pott Architects. […]


  2. […] Located in Berlin, House W was designed by MNP’s ADLS 08.10.2007, Pott Architects, for a young family of four seeking a flexible home that would evolve with their family over time. The objective was a house ‘that would function like a living thing and would have a place for all the bits and pieces that make up everyday life…a friendly house, with special places for feeling at peace and secure’. […]



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