Tobias Winkelmann joined Herzog & de Meuron in 2002 as Project Manager on the Allianz Arena in Munich. In 2003 he started
work in Basel on the National Stadium Beijing and relocated to Beijing in 2004 to represent the office as Project
Manager. Aside from the National Stadium Beijing, Tobias Winkelmann also worked on the Cultural Sports Park in
Taipei. Returning to Basel in 2006, he became responsible for the Messe Basel – New Hall. As Associate since 2008,
he has led and realised a number of high profile projects as Project Director, including the Nouveau Stade de
Bordeaux in France, and Beirut Terraces, a high-rise residential building, in Lebanon. His most recent projects include
the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Russia, the Allianz Arena 2.0 football stadium in Munich, both of which are nearing completion, as well as the redevelopment of the Stamford Bridge stadium in London.
Tobias Winkelmann studied Architecture at the Technical University of East London and received his Architecture BSc (Hons) degree in 1996. He continued his studies at the Technical University Berlin and graduated with a degree in Architecture in 1999.