Störmer Murphy and Partners.

We are an established architectural practice, recognized for our award-winning portfolio of successfully completed comissions with a wide range of typologies, scales and budgets. With our dedicated, design-driven team, we place a strong focus on research and innovation, grounded by decades of hands-on building experience. We believe that good design is sustainable design – not only by creating robust, durable buildings with a responsible choice of materials and use of natural resources, but also by shaping unique places with strong identities and a long-lasting cultural significance. There is no one-size-fits-all strategy for this – we are driven by the passion to create.
Working with Störmer Murphy and Partners

We are looking for dedicated architects (m/f/d) to work in the areas of detailed design, design and concept development. Current vacancies: Senior Architect and Junior Architect.

Microsite Roots

A new microsite for Germany’s tallest wooden skyscraper.

Jan Störmer at EASTWOOD

On 22 and 23 September 2022, the central German networking event for timber construction in Leipzig will offer top-class lectures and professional exchange.

BIM Allianz Meeting at SMP

On 21 June 2022, we had the pleasure of hosting the BIM Alliance in our office. The sustainability working group deals with methods and tools to link BIM and sustainability across office boundaries.

1st place in the South Central competition

Störmer Murphy and Partners develops both an urban planning concept and an architectural office concept for the site on Grüner Deich / Amsinckstraße in Hamburg-Mitte.

Martin Murphy at the ROMA Architecture Day

After a prolonged interruption in recent years, the ROMA Architecture Day can finally take place again on the ROMA Campus in Burgau on 30 June 2022. In line with the motto “livable architecture”, this year’s event day will focus on social and ecological architecture.

Interview with Martin Murphy in Wirtschaftsforum

“In the building sector, too, we have to think more in terms of life cycles.” In an interview with the Business Forum, Martin Murphy spoke about the architectural and aesthetic challenges of this approach, the most important impulses for sustainable building and the reasons why innovation should definitely not appear on the business agenda as a scheduled event.

New building in the Beensroaredder Quarter

Last December, HANSA Baugenossenschaft, in consultation with the Bergedorf district authority, launched an architectural competition for part of the Beensroaredder Quarter, located south of Reinbeker Redder. The selection committee voted in favour of the design by Störmer Murphy and Partners.

Sneak preview of the Freiham arcades

An great site visit at Betonform in Gais (Bolzano): The preproduction models of the ten-meter-high arcade columns made of white concrete provided a first glimpse of the sculptural architecture that will characterize Mahatma Gandhi Square in the new Freiham district center. We are excited!