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Matthias Schuler

TRANSSOLAR Energietechnik

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Matthias Schuler is one of the managing directors of TRANSSOLAR Energietechnik in Stuttgart. Born 1958, he was educated as a mechanical engineer at the University of Stuttgart. In 1992 he founded the company TRANSSOLAR Climate Engineering in Stuttgart. TRANSSOLAR'S focus is on new energy-saving and comfort-optimizing strategies through an integral approach in building design.

Now, with 50 employees in Stuttgart, Munich, and New York, Matthias Schuler works on national and international projects with architects like Kazuyo Sejima, Frank O. Gehry, Steven Holl, Jean Nouvel, and Renzo Piano. Since 2001, teaching as a visiting professor at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, he became Adjunct Professor for Environmental Technologies in 2008.