Thomas Kröger founded his studio in Berlin after working with the architects Norman
Foster and Max Dudler. Since the studio’s foundation, Thomas Kröger and his team have
gained extensive experience working with private, national and international clients.
The array of projects varies between private homes, offices, commercial spaces, museums
and art galleries. He is a member of the bda.
Thomas Kröger has been guest critic in architecture schools in Germany and abroad,
and was invited to teach at the Department of Architecture of the Northeastern
University of Boston in its Berlin study program. Currently he is a visiting professor of
architecture at the HFT Stuttgart.
His work has been published in several architectural magazines. In 2011 "Massarelos", a book
about the renovation of the building of the former Thermoelectric plant of Massarelos,
featured his work of the ongoing project for Tram Museum of Oporto, which was
qualified with 1st prize in an international public competition in 2010.
LAURA BECQUERIAUX, JOHANNES BLECHSCHMIDT, GEORG BOSCH, PIA BRÜCKNER, HANS VON BÜLOW,
DUARTE CALDAS, EWAN CASHMAN, JAN FLEMMIG, ANNA FLÜCKIGER, RITA FREITAS, FILIP GEBKA, OLE HALLIER,
ANDREAS HEIM, MATTHIAS HESKAMP, INGRID HJELMSTAD, SUSANNE JANSSEN, FLORIAN JAHN, BIRGIT KAUCKY,
HANNAH VON KNOBELSDORFF, LUKAS KÖNIG, RICARDO MENDES, KOSTEK OSOBINSKI, LUCIA PASQUALI,
FILIPE SOARES, URS WALTER