Dipl.-Ing. Architect, Managing Director
As Managing Director at ingenhoven architects, Martin Reuter is jointly responsible for the practice’s architectural language. He has been working for ingenhoven architects since his graduation from Aachen Technical University (RWTH) in 1998. He was appointed Project Director in 2006 and, in 2010, became Managing Director.
Martin Reuter has extensive experience of all phases of the design process, from design to project implementation and administration. The main focus of his activities is on international projects, specializing in large projects in Asia and Australia. The supergreen® aspect, which is a key focus of the ingenhoven architects practice, plays an important role in the design concept for all projects.
Martin Reuter was responsible for the Marina One project in Singapore, which won the Mipim Award in 2018, and for the development at 1 Bligh in Sydney—the only building in Australia to be awarded the Six-Star rating, the highest Australian rating under the Green Star scheme, and the 5-star NABERS energy rating. In 2008, the first environmentally friendly high-rise building in Japan, the Breezé Tower in Osaka, was completed. Previously, Martin Reuter worked on projects such as 71 Robinson Road, Singapore, and the European Investment Bank (EIB) in Luxembourg.
Martin Reuter is currently in charge of some of the practice’s large projects, such as the Toranomon development in Tokyo and Mapletree Bay Point in Hong Kong.