Riehle+Assoziierte is an architectural practice based in Stuttgart and Reutlingen. We work on a wide range of public, commercial and private projects of various scales and typologies with a wholistic approach from the architectural idea to the constructed detail. Every project seeks for appropriate, convincing solutions that give simple answers to complex conditions. Our architecture is based on a robust set of ideas that give purpose to present situations and create quality places for people.
Hannes Riehle, Maximilian Köth and Heike Umlauf lead the offices in Stuttgart and Reutlingen. The projects are processed in individual, multidisciplinary teams to meet each project’s unique circumstances.
The ambition for an interdisciplinary and integrated project implementation is supported by a complementary network of associated specialist consultants to be able to develop and deliver projects as general planners and fully coordinated designers.
The office was founded in 1950 by Eugen Riehle and developed further to a nationally active practice by Wolfgang Riehle and his partners Gerhard Loew (until 2015), Jochen Kühl (until 2017) and Thorismuth Gaiser.
In 2014 Hannes Riehle and Maximilian Köth founded a branch of Riehle+Assoziierte in Stuttgart. Both met in 2005 studying at the University of Stuttgart and graduated with distinction in 2010. After working for a series of renowned practices in Germany and abroad, they combined their experience to work on their own projects mainly resulting from competition entries.
The retirement of Wolfgang Riehle from Riehle+Assoziierte at the end of 2018 completed the change of generations. Since 2019 Hannes Riehle, Maximilian Köth and Heike Umlauf are in charge of the offices in Stuttgart and Reutlingen.
Dipl.-Ing. Architect BDA, MBA
Hannes Riehle studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and graduated with distinction at the Institute of Prof. Markus Allmann (Faculty award) in 2010. He worked with Lederer, Ragnarsdottir, Oei in Stuttgart from 2010 to 2014 and completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the Steinbeis University Berlin. Hannes Riehle founded the Stuttgart office of Riehle+Assoziierte with Maximilian Köth in summer 2014 and is a director of Riehle+Assoziierte since 2018. In 2019 Hannes Riehle was appointed a member of the ‘Bund Deutscher Architekten’ (BDA).
Dipl.-Ing. Architect BDA
Maximilian Köth studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and graduated with distinction at the Institute of Prof. Markus Allmann (Faculty award) in 2010. He worked with Allmann Sattler Wappner in Munich (2011-2012) and Carmody Groarke in London (2012-2014). Maximilian Köth founded the Stuttgart office of Riehle+Assoziierte with Hannes Riehle in summer 2014 and is a director of Riehle+Assoziierte since 2018. Between 2015 and 2017 Maximilian was teaching assistant during the visiting professorship of Carmody Groarke at the University of Stuttgart. In 2019 Maximilian Köth was appointed a member of the ‘Bund Deutscher Architekten’ (BDA).
Heike Umlauf studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart between 1992 and 1998. After the diploma she joined Riehle+Partners in 1998 and became a team leader for office and commercial projects in 2007. Built projects include administration buildings for Robert Bosch and Hugo Boss as well as retail buildings for the Outletcity in Metzingen. Since 2018 Heike Umlauf is a director of Riehle+Assoziierte and responsible for the project management and implementation.
Project team leaders
Nathalie Bastien, Robin Filipzik, Rainer Frank, Albert Hörz, Peter Notheis, Peter Veith
Philipp Aha, Kübra Aydin, Sabrina Allgaier, Stefanie Bauer, Luis Cenci Cedeno, Hedwig Dombrowski, Arash Esmaeil Zadegan, Cornelia Gekeler, Thomas Graser, Ulla Haas, Annika Haase, Stefan Herdtle, Maximilian Janke, Lingchao Jiang, Ursula Jung, Ursel Kaplan, Katharina Keim, Miriam Koch, Christiane Krämer, Verena Kühl, Anastasia Krutsch, Alina Langeneck, Florian La Rosa, Michaela Laux, Katharina Lehmann, Giang Le Minh, Stefanie Löcklin, Martina Micic, Theresa Mößlang, Daniel Müller, Madlen Müller, Ulrike Nädele, Werner Neuscheler, Christian Osterstock, Alejandra Padilla, Nansi Palla, Yannick Palmi, Vasiliki Panoutsopoulou, Martina Quenzer-Hohmuth, Valentina Ratti, Brigitte Riehle, Johannes Rinderknecht, Isabell Röhm, Nicolas Rojas Bojaca, Anika Schlosser, Susanne Scholze, Lucas Leon Stangs, Simon Stenzel, Anja Ulmer, Mark Waldmann, Judith Weber, Joanna Wisniewska, Nurdan Zabun, Xu Zhang
best architects 19, AEB Headquarters
German Lighting Design Award 2018, AEB Headquarters
Housing Competition Stafflenbergstraße, Stuttgart, 1st prize
Competition Education Centre IHK Northern Black Forest, Nagold, 3rd prize
Real Estate Award Stuttgart 2017, Recognition, AEB Headquarters
Competition IHK Administration Building, Reutlingen, 1st prize
Competition GARP Education Centre, Nürtingen, 1st prize
Competition Hans-Thoma-Elementary-School, Rastatt, Recognition
Competition Oscar-Paret-School, Freiberg am Neckar, Recognition
Open two-stage competition Campus Weststadt, Esslingen, 2nd prize
Competition Markgräfin-Wilhelmine-Gymnasium, Bayreuth, Recognition
Competition Fashion Campus, Metzingen, 2nd prize
Open two-stage competition Education Campus Berresgasse, Vienna, Recognition
Competition BKK Administration Building, Kirchheim under Teck, 2nd prize
Competition Re-development, Markt Euerdorf, 1st prize idea's competition
Open two-stage competition Community School, Wiesloch, Recognition
Housing Competition Pfrondorferstraße, Tübingen, 3rd prize
Competition AEB Headquarters, Stuttgart, 1st prize
Thank you for your interest in working at Riehle+Assoziierte.
We are always seeking for qualified and motivated new members of staff with excellent design skills.
We offer to work on interesting and ambitious projects within a young and dynamic team.
Please send your portfolio to us preferably as hard copy or digitally to email@example.com.
Riehle+Assoziierte offers in collaboration with associated specialist consultant offices the experience and opportunity to potential clients to develop and realise projects as integral planners and fully coordinated designers. Depending on scale and typology of the project, divers disciplines and specialist consultants form flexibly working project teams managed and coordinated by Riehle+Assoziierte.
Atrium GmbH, Reutlingen www.atrium-gmbh.de
Survey and infrastructure engineering
Reik GmbH, Pfullingen www.reik.de
Building physics engineering
GN Bauphysik, Stuttgart www.gn-bauphysik.de
TÜV Süd, Ulm www.tuev-sued.de
Canteen kitchen engineering
Geisel GmbH, Reutlingen www.geisel.de