Timothy Schreiber studied architecture and design in Germany and the United Kingdom. After working with Behnisch and partners in Germany for 3 years he moved to Sydney, Australia where he was involved in a wide range of international architectural and design projects. Oppurtunities through Australia paved the way for Timothy's move to Beijing and Shanghai, where he was involved in the design of the aquatic center for the 2008 olympic games. He now lives in London, working both in architecture and design.
Timothy's designs are the outcome of the permanent ambition to explore and challenge the boundaries between digital design / manufacturing methods, socially / environmentally sustainable use and the critical analysis of aesthetics. Shaped through his architectural studies at Bauhaus University in Germany he describes his style as 'pop modernism'.