marina stankovic architects BDA was founded by Prof. Marina Stankovic in 1986 in Berlin. Tobias Jortzick joined the office in 2007 as a partner.
The office has an international profile and works on architectural and urban planning projects worldwide.
Our goal is to develop a suitable innovative solution for every situation and to develop an architectural language that offers space for innovation and sustainably enriches the lives of people.
By working in design advisory boards and juries, as well as through research and teaching, the office is part of an international, creative and sustainably aware network.
We accompany our clients through the entire design process, from the first idea sketch to the handover of the finished building.
In addition to new buildings, our area of activity also includes conversions and extensions of existing projects. We are happy to support our clients in developing new concepts for existing buildings and spaces.
Each project represents a new challenge and offers the opportunity to reinterpret and deepen existing concepts and approaches - from small to big, from city to architecture.
We understand architecture and urbanism not as opposing disciplines, but as mediators between different scales and complexities.
Prof. Marina Stankovic studied at the University of Toronto, graduating in 1983 and is a Loeb Fellow of the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.
Since 2006 Prof. Stankovic holds a Chair in Architecture and Interior Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Leipzig.
She founded her own studio in Berlin in 1986. Starting 2007 Dipl. Ing. Tobias Jortzick joined as partner Marina Stankovic Architekten BDA.
Prof. Stankovic lectures nationally and internationally, in addition is regularly a member of architectural juries.
From 2014 up to 2019 she served on the architectural advisory board to the City of Dresden.
Tobias Jortzick studied architecture at the Technische Universität Braunschweig.
In 1997/1998, he studied for two exchange semesters at the Ecole d'Architecture de Paris-la-Villette, before returning to complete his diploma at the Technische Universität Braunschweig with Professor Meinhard v. Gerkan.
Until 2006 he worked at the Hamburg Office of GMP, in Amsterdam with the Architecten Cie and for KSMS in Berlin for the planning of the Nam June Paik Museum.
From 2006 to 2012, he taught at the HTWK Leipzig.
Clemens Bonnen, Stefan Flachsbarth, Marta Urbanska, Phil Peterson,
Ulrike Passe, Rose Spankie, Klaus Trolborg, Birgit Gräulich, Boris Glasenapp,
Emily Hansen, Alexander Schneider, Wilhelm Falk, Ulrike Linneweber,
Mark Zogrotski, Stefan Drees, Cedric Bachelard, Ute Sprickmann-Kerkernick,
Carlo Calderan, Felicity Good, Uwe Brösdorf, Michael Textor, John Häuser
Chan Ik Park, Alex Niederhaus, Alessia Razzi, Roland Schlensog, Ute Freitag,
Susanna Villares, Beatrix Redlich, Jose Ramos, Luis Gutierrez Sacristan,
Mireia Torres Vergé, Yves Kolzenburg, Dieter Ludwig, Kathleen Kunz,
Sara Consorte, Grant Cooper, Mai Kann Hung, Matthias Hänsch,
Junoo Chung, Po Wah Yeung, Naomi Kay Maki, Tomohiro Yanagisawa,
Katja Loncar , Bruno di Lecce, Nadezhda Povtareva, Daniel Suarez,
Ruzica Jovanovic, Taehwan Kim, Sebastian Grünwald, Tobias Kilz,
Sebastian Lorenz, Danjun Shao, Chao Liu Fang, Silvia Siracusano,
Antonella Patetta, Marta Masternak, Héloise Guilmin, Tomas Perez Amienta,
Gustavo Iturbe, Hannah Fuchsenberger, Jieun Doe, Martyna Cyran,
Mai Lin Cao, Grégoire Hubert, Maryna Ianina, Marcelo Resala,
Anna Hopp, Takehiro Goto, Kousuke Katashima, Stefano Solinas Petrucci.
Korean Award of Excellence „Nam June Paik Art Center“, South Korea
Refurbishment of the Goethe-Institute Library, Prague, Czech Republic
Senior Citizen Centre Zollikofen, Zollikofen, Switzerland
International Competition Jia Rui International Plaza, Pudong-Shanghai, PRC
International Urban Design Competition for Fortune Plaza in Chongqing, PRC
(in Axis-Group - Becker, Nalbach, faskel, Kelp, Rave, Stankovic)
Social Housing Pestalozzi-/Kaiser-Friedrich-Strasse, Berlin-Charlottenburg,
Germany (invited competition)
IBB InvestitionsBank Berlin, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany
Senior Citizens´ Center Oesig, Blankenburg/Harz, Germany
Official Residence for the Canadian Ambassador, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany
Extension of the Berlin-Museum, department Jewish Museum, Berlin, Germany
(Libeskind mit Bates, Stankovic, Terragni+Vido)
University of Science and Technology Hanoi, Hanoi, Vietnam
(mit C+A Coelacanth and Associates, iproplan Planungsgesellschaft, Schlaich Bergemann und Partner)
Central Library of the City Library, Cologne, Germany
Bavarian Architects´Association Headquarters, München, Germany
Extension of the Berufskolleg, Siegen, Germany
RAS-Day Care Centers, Berlin-Neukölln, Germany
Rudower Felder / Diagonale, Berlin-Neukölln, Germany
Office building Hohenzollerndamm 184, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany
Extension of the Anatomy Institute of the Freie Universität, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany
Underground station Weberwiese, Berlin-Friedrichshain, Germany
Apartment building with commercial spaces, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany
Commercial Centre Wilhelmsruher Damm/ Roedernallee, Berlin-Reinickendorf,
Germany (invited competition)
IBP Oil Company Headquarters (CNOOC Business Centre), Shanghai, China
Finance and Business Block Taihu New City”, Wuxi, PRC
Vietnamese- German University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
(Riegler Riewe Architekten, Astoc, YO2 Architects, Dr. Binnewies Ingenieurgesellschaft, Amstein+Walthert AG, Agence Ter und Transsolar Energietechnik)
Urban planning for renovation and extension of the Masters’Houses Complex, Dessau, Germany
Central Philological Library Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München, Germany
(C+A Coelacanth and Associates Nagoya)
Museum in Luther’s Death House, Eisleben, Germany
International Competition „Eternal Golden Castle Historic Parks“ Tainan, Taiwan
Commuter railway station Zehlendorf, commercial buildings and an open square, Berlin-Zehlendorf, Germany
Kindergarten Dubrowstrasse, Berlin-Zehlendorf, Germany
Court of Justice and Center, Neuruppin, Brandenburg, Germany
Town Hall Treptow, Berlin-Treptow, Germany
Chausseestrasse, formerly the World Youth Station, Berlin-Mitte, Germany
Urban planning competition “Rotaprint-Block”, Berlin, Germany