wulf architekten emerged from the architecture practice established 1987 in Stuttgart by Tobias Wulf. Currently the office is managed by Tobias Wulf, Jan-Michael Kallfaß, Ingmar Menzer and Steffen Vogt. From 1996 to 2018, Kai Bierich and Alexander Vohl were partners of Tobias Wulf at wulf architekten. Currently, the company has about 140 employees, nine of them being senior architects. With three office locations - Stuttgart, Berlin and Basel (CH) - wulf architekten is also working on projects abroad.
The practice‘s area of work ranges from public building projects such as cultural facilities, school and university construction, office building, health care and sports projects to CI commercial buildings, housing and social housing, also for private clients.
The firm’s key works include award-winning projects such as the adidas Factory Outlet in Herzogenaurach (2003), the Stuttgart Trade Fair (2007) and the Bavarian State Finance Office in Landshut (2011) as well as the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Bonn (2017).
Beside the work in their own practice the managing partners teach and work with professional associations as well as competition jury members.