The Jordi-Keller office for architecture was founded in 1996 in Berlin as a partnership agreement under the German Civil Code and consists of Dipl.-Ing. Arch Susanne Keller and Arch. Marc Jordi.
Corporate name Keller-Günther-Jordi Architekten until 2008 with Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Hans Günther †.
The major focus of our activity is on building history studies in the context of urban-planning assessments and new building projects, especially in the sensitive areas of historic city centers and archaeological excavation sites. Furthermore, we focus on planning and assistance in the creation of building tasks for culture, refurbishment and extension of existing buildings, as well as concept, design and execution of exhibitions. Since 2012, Jordi and Keller are the chief architects for the medieval episcopal church of St. Marien in Berlin.
*1963 studied Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Dortmund and won a study scholarship for the Politecnico di Milano. She has been living and working as an architect in Berlin since 1994. She has been participating as a guest critic at TU-Berlin since 2009.
*1967 did a professional training as an architectural draftsman and studied at the Higher Technical School of Bern. He used to be a lecturer of Urban Design at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the Technical University Berlin from 2008 to 2010. Occasionally, Jordi comments on urban planning, architecture and historic preservation in major newspapers. Beside his architectural practice, he is working as a sculptor, a graphic artist and a photographer:
F. l. t. r. : Alexander Pellnitz (Jordi Keller Pellnitz Architects), Olaf Schwieger (ArGe Schlosskirche Buch), Conrad Gläser, Thadeus Petersohn, Susanne Keller, Matti Lohmeyer (Project Manager), Benjamin Wagner (Project Manager), Ulrich Rausch, Marc Jordi
Photos: Stefan Freund