Külby architects is an architectural office dedicated to architecture on all scales, from urban planning to furniture design. We believe that architecture transforms a place, a situation and even a person. The necessary for us does not replace luxury and comfort, pragmatics do not substitute pleasure, nor does function win over form. We approach our projects with analysis and research with all of their constraints, to develop a best case scenario that resolves the given problematics.
We have developed a particular competence in housing, but also in building for the disabled, in renovation and restoration, and in hotel and industrial buildings. The office was first founded in 1959 as Külby + Tröndle by Kurt Külby in Lörrach, Germany. In 2014, a second office was opened in Berlin, Germany. Together we offer the full spectrum of architectural services.
KURT KÜLBY (1929-2009)
Kurt Külby studied Building Construction at the Staatstechnikum Konstanz (today Hochschule Konstanz). He practiced as an Architect in Lörrach from 1959-2009.
Peter Külby holds a Diploma in Architecture degree from the Technische Universität Berlin. He has lead his own architectural firm in Lörrach, at first together with his father Kurt Külby, since 1985. He is a member of the Architektenkammer Berlin and the Architektenkammer Baden-Württemberg
Cindy Menassa-Külby is holding a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from Portland State University, Oregon (USA) and a Master of Architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). She was Assistant Professor at the Lebanese American University (Lebanon). Cindy is a member of the Lebanese Order of Engineers and Architects.
David Külby graduated with a Diploma from the Technische Universität Berlin. He is also holding a Master of Architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) and was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Lebanese American University (Lebanon). David is a member of the Architektenkammer Berlin.
Toni Cristian Tanase