ENAH – European Network Architecture for Health

Stefanie studied architecture at RWTH Aachen and started her professional career in Paris at the office of Odile Decq.

Since her first experiences with healthcare architecture at Brunet Saunier Architects, she has been enthusiastic about this topic.

In 2009, she became research associate at Berlin University of Technology at the chair “Architecture for Health” of Prof. Christine Nickl-Weller. There, she initiated various research projects, conferences and workshops in the field of “Healing Architecture”, including the organization of the biennial symposium “Health Care of the Future” in Berlin.

Stefanie gave out lectures in Germany and abroad and is author and publisher of several publications focusing on health and research buildings such as the series “Health Care of the Future”.

Additionally to her work at TU Berlin, Stefanie has been working for Nickl & Partner Architekten AG since 2014. Since 2017, she is managing director of the non-profit organization “European Network Architecture for Health (ENAH)”.