KSV stands for three architects who finished their studies at the Bauhaus University Weimar in 1988, one year before the wall came down. Since then, Torsten Krüger, Christiane Schuberth und Bertram Vandreike have merged into the well-received enterprise KSV-architects, working “between the poles of architecture, design and communication”.

KSV architects have long settled themselves in Berlin and established a highly recognised reputation for innovative architecture and design. Situated in a huge, light-flooded loft at Rosenthaler Platz, the agency houses a combined workforce of architects, designers and graphic designers who together tackle sustainable solutions for companies and brands as well as private and public sector clients.