Birgit Frank Studio, was founded by Birgit Frank. She studied architecture in Dortmund and Milan „with distinction“. She received the prize of the University of Dortmund. With her family she lives in berlin and here she works.
On single projects, she is collaborating with Christoph Tyrra. She was partner of Adolf Krischanitz, Krischanitz&Frank Architekten ZT GmbH, Vienna, Berlin, Zürich and responsible for competitions and projectdesigns. Main achievements were Museum Rietberg, Zürich, 1st prize, Novartis Laboratory, Basel, 1st prize, Sulzer Areal, Winterthur, 1st prize, Palmers residential and office building, Vienna, 1st prize, Streetworker station, Vienna, 1st prize, a villa in the mountains of Austria, 1st prize and other projects such as the athletics accommodation for the Olympic Games Torino, and a project for an extensional area of Museum Insel Hombroich, exhibited in the Center for Architecture in New York and on the Venice Biennale of Architecture.
She gained extensional experience in teaching as assistant at the UDK, Universitiy of Fine Arts of Berlin and as guest professor at the HFBK, Universitiy of Fine Arts of Hamburg.
As member of the board she is engaged in the BDA Berlin.
She is also member in the Committee for art on building and for art in urban space of berlin. In 2010 she won a scholarship of the German Academy in Rome, Casa Baldi. In 2012 she won a scholarship of Villa Massimo in Rome. Her project of a travelling chapel was exhibited in the Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin in 2013.