Antonia Lippmann founded Antonia Lippmann Architects in Berlin in 2012. She graduated from the Bauhaus­-University Weimar, Germany in 2009. Before opening her own architectural offices in Berlin and Saxony, Lippmann worked with Stephen Taylor Architects, London and Kahlfeldt Architects, Berlin.
Antonia Lippmann Architects have amassed a large portfolio of experiences that encompass: cultural buildings, high-rise buildings, town planning and infrastructure projects, as well as restorations and extensions of residential heritage buildings.
Currently Lippmann Architects are working on several projects such as a japanese penthouse made of a pure timber structure, a bath house for public spaces as well as building specifics for the Internationally regarded Berlin-Brandenburg airport.

Antonia Lippmann Architects focus now on sustainable aspects of the building industry. The illegal sand mining for production processes of glass and concrete is harming our nature and environment. Therefore we are concentrating on developing prototypes, longliving concepts and architectural structures with materials such as timber, clay and recycled glass. Models for utilizing timber are found in Japan, for utilizing clay in Mali.