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André C. Meyerhans - Architect
André C. Meyerhans has been recognized as one of the forty most influential architect of the region in 2015, 2016 and 2017 by the Middle East Architects Magazine. Many of his designs have won awards and nominations such as the New Garhoud Bridge in Dubai, Al Nadi Tower and the artwork in the lobby of Yas Viceroy in Abu Dhabi.
André is a member of the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects (sia) and a member of the Advisory Board of MENAdesign. He holds a Masters in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ) and an MBA from London Business School. Before his independent career, he worked with signature architect Santiago Calatrava, created brand architecture for Alfred Dunhill, Cartier, Hugo Boss as well as Christian LaCroix, established the architectural department for an international engineering company and developed real estate for various sovereign wealth funds in the Middle East.

H. Christoph Fischer - Architect
H. Christoph Fischer holds a Masters in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) and is a member of the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects (sia) since 1997. Furthermore, he is an accredited architect in Germany and a member of the Architecture Association of Hamburg, Germany, since 2003.
Christoph worked on prestigious projects in Germany such as the Elbe Philharmonic Hall by Herzog & DeMeuron in Hamburg where he took a leading role on the project management and technical detailing stage. In the past few years, he led various projects in the Middle East and implemented European quality control in particular in regards of architectural standards and project management.

Hans D. Rengers – Quality Control and Project Management
Hans Rengers received his master degree in architecture from the RWTH Aachen in Germany almost thirty years ago. Since then, he has focused on project management, site supervisions and quality control. He delivered successfully prestigious, large-scale projects such as the 286,000m2 “Uebersee” urban development in Hamburg or the Library of Stuttgart (32,000m2), both in Germany. Since several years, Hans has exposure in the Middle East as well as in Europe.