Sebastian is a German designer and mass timber specialist. The interplay of sustainability, design and mass timber construction is crucial to his approach to Architecture and Urban Design.
He worked as a Lead Design Architect at Provencher Roy Architects on two of the firms signature projects, The Sustainable Masterplan for the Technopole Angus Neighborhood and the Port of Montréal’s Grand Quai and Cruise Terminal before he moved on to a teaching position at Duke University in Durham, NC, as instructor for architectural design at the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. Returned to Germany, he’s currently working on the new Headquarter for the Ministry of the Environment in Berlin, as well as a School Complex in Kassel. He is long-term partner of Daniel Podmirseg and became partner of the vfi for architecture projects combining net-zero constructions with urban agriculture programmes.