Carolin Hinne is an architect with experience in a wide range and scale of projects through her work in architectural practices in Mexico, Switzerland and the UK. In the office of Peter Zumthor in Switzerland she was part of a team working on the ”Kolumba” Art museum of the Archdiocese in Cologne. Working for David Adjaye in London, Carolin worked amongst other projects on the interior design for the Nobel Peace Prize Centre in Oslo. At the London office of Foster&Partners where she was an Associate, Carolin worked on a variety of large scale projects in the commercial, corporate and residential sector, amongst other the design for the tallest tower in Europe.
Carolin graduated from the Architectural Association in London and was nominated for the RIBA silver medal in 2003. She has tutored at the Unversity for the Creative Arts in Canterbury and has been invited critic at Oxford Brookes and the Architectural Association.
At present Carolin is focusing on small scale projects mainly in the residential sector. She is interested in developing smart solutions for small spaces, addressing the history of the fabric of buildings, controlling the character of light in spaces and creating exquisite detailing. For her clients she develops complete packages from structural modifications and new built work to interior design even the choosing of furniture and soft furnishings.
Carolin was born in Cologne and is based in Berlin since 2011.