Heike Falkenberg

Heike Falkenberg born in 1962, founded the practice Falkenberg for Interior Architecture, Consulting and Design. From 1999 to 2011 she established and managed the interior design department within the practice of Rhode, Kellermann, Wawrowsky Architektur und Städtebau, initially as a project manager, then as managing director and partner.
Winning 10 competitions and being runners-up for the German Interior Architecture Prize in 2002 as well as the realization of numerous large scale projects testify to the success of her work and team leadership

Another focus is the design, the development from first sketch through to series-production of furniture and other objects. Functionality, clarity and reduction of Falkenberg designs led also to commercial success. She was lecturer for the Summer Semester 2011 at the Peter Behrens School of Architecture Dusseldorf.
Weekend House by Heike Falkenberg

Rheder 2 Weekend House by Heike Falkenberg 'Life in and with Nature' is the basic motif for the Haus Rheder, located directly on the Nethe River. The two completely glazed facades, one of which can slide almost completely open on the river side, blur the boundaries between interior and exterior. Reduction to the quintessential was the focus: light, air and tranquility. The design plays skillfully with the elements: a reflecting pool causes natural light reflections to develop on the ceiling, while a fireplace brings fire into the room. The highlight, however, is the terrace with a wide view into the surrounding landscape.

Contact Info

Heike Falkenberg
Benrodestraße 18
P: +4921177959990

Heike Falkenberg is IDC member since 2017, with 2032 IDC rating.
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