Thomas Schneck is a French Architect born in Strasbourg city, reputed to be the capital of Europe. Thomas studied at the Strasbourg National Architecture School (ENSAS), where he completed a Dual Master Degree in architecture (State Architect Diploma and Architect Engineer Diploma) and received an Excellence Award in the field of “architecture and complexity”, directed by French and German architects, doctors and a philosophy consultant in architecture.
During his studies, Thomas obtained professional experience in the architecture studios of Paul Le Quernec – Architectes and Dominique Coulon & Associés in France and at the Technischen Universität Dresden in Germany, where he attended classes directed by Architect and Professor Gunter Henn, with whom he worked at Henn Architekten in Munich (DE) for the refurbishment of the Necker Hospital in Paris.
Prior to joining Oppenheim Architecture, Thomas honed his skills to become a Senior Architect and Project Manager in Basel, where he developed his experience in technical refurbishment and advanced his sensibility to creation, his aptitude for planning, management, building costs, and his effectiveness in realization. He has also developed a unique talent for paying specific attention to space quality through working with 3D tools and models. He believes that this is the best possible method for improving complexity between scale, light and color to reach dynamic perspectives in architecture.