Henrik Siebenpfeiffer studied architecture at the Technical University of Darmstadt and graduated with a Master of Architecture from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland. He worked in Belgium, Switzerland and Germany before joining the French architectural firm Wilmotte & Associes as project director for various construction projects from 2004 to 2020. The projects he has been responsible for range from inner-city development in Lyon and Soissons, to district planning with residential construction in Marseille and Lille, museum and cultural buildings, through to the construction of luxury hotels and villas. Speaking several languages, German, French and English, he has assisted various international clients in their construction projects in France. In his work as an architect, Henrik seeks above all to create value in the respectful use of existing buildings. It is his fundamental concern to create unique but sustainable spaces. Henrik is a founding member of the French architectural office duplex-architectes in Paris. He lives in Fontainebleau, France with his wife and three children.