Meixner Schlüter Wendt
Claudia Meixner, one of the principals of Meixner Schlüter Wendt, an award winning architecture studio that she founded together with her partners Florian Schlüter and Martin Wendt in 1998, is living and working in Frankfurt, Germany. The wide range of their realized projects include installations, exhibition designs, residential, commercial, cultural and religious buildings as well as skyscrapers for which they have been awarded various national and international prizes, such as World Architecture Festival 2004 Category Winner, Chicago Atheneaum, Ecola Award, German Architekturpreis and several Bund Deutscher Architekten awards. Meixner Schlüter Wendt have participated in well acknowledged exhibitions like the Bienale for Architecture in Venice in 2004, 2006 and 2012, the Architekturmuseum DAM Frankfurt, the Victoria and Albert Museum London and the Bienal Internacional der Arquitetura e Urbanismo Sao Paulo. Their work has been published in numerous national and international publications. Claudia Meixner received the Rome-Prize that allowed her to originate her work with studies and free works during a one year fellowship at the German Academy Villa Massimo in Rome. She has lectured construction and design at the University of Darmstadt and has been a senior lecturer at the University of Karlsruhe KIT. Claudia Meixner has been regularly invited to join architecture competition and award juries such as Europan-Europe, International-Highrise-Award and BDA-Awards. She is a member of the Städelschule Architecture Foundation and the advisory council of urban development of the city of Frankfurt. She has been giving numerous lectures throughout her professional career.