Dipl.-Ing. Architect, Managing Director
As Managing Director with ingenhoven architects, Martin Reuter is co-responsible for the bureau’s architectural design language and leads a competition and design team of about 25 colleagues. Since his graduation at the Rheinisch-Westfälische Hochschule RWTH Aachen in 1998, he is working for ingenhoven architects, where he became Project Manager in 2006 and Managing Director in 2010.
Martin Reuter has got extensive experience in all phases of the designing process, starting with the planning up to the project execution or the administration. His focus of activities mainly lies on international projects, especially large-scale projects in Asia and Australia. In every of those projects the supergreen-aspect, the bureau of ingenhoven architects stands for, plays a major role for the design concept.
At the moment Martin Reuter is supervising the 341.000 square meter large project Marina One in Singapore. An office and apartment complex consisting of four towers and a central green heart in their middle. In 2011 the skyscraper 1 Bligh in Sydney has been finished. The only building in Australia, which has been awarded with the highest Australian Rating the Six Star Green Star as well as a 5 Star NABERS Energy Rating. Additionally the 1 Bligh building has been honored with the National Energy Globe Award Australia in 2014 and already in 2012 with the International Highrise Award. In 2008 the Breezé Tower in Osaka became the first environment-friendly skyscraper to be built in Japan. Before all that Martin Reuter worked on projects like 71 Robinson Road, Singapore, or the EIB European Investment Bank in Luxembourg.
Currently major projects under Martin Reuter’s supervision are planned for Brisbane, Tokyo and Hong Kong.