Hauke Jungjohann has joined Thornton Tomasetti’s New York office as vice president and East U.S. region leader for the Façade Engineering practice. Jungjohann has 13 years of experience in façade design and structural engineering, with a focus on parametric modeling, complex geometries and the application of new materials.
Prior to joining Thornton Tomasetti, Jungjohann was director of Knippers Helbig’s New York office, which he helped to launch in 2010. He also worked at the Basel, Switzerland-based architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron and the structural engineering office of Schlaich Bergermann & Partner in Stuttgart, Germany. Jungjohann’s resume includes such projects as the Milan Fair in Italy, Roche Tower I in Basel, a sustainable theme park in Shanghai, the Pérez Miami Art Museum in Florida, and the ARC River Culture Pavilion in Daegu, South Korea.
Jungjohann’s portfolio includes façade design for museums and other cultural institutions, hotels, commercial towers and transportation facilities. He has considerable experience in developing innovative and climate-smart buildings and building systems.
In addition to project work, Jungjohann is responsible for overseeing the firm’s façade engineering projects and staff along the East Coast. He will collaborate with the firm’s Façade Engineering practice leaders in London, Los Angeles, and Chicago as well as its structural engineering and sustainability teams across the organization on growth initiatives and expanding the firm’s services.
Jungjohann holds a Diplom-Ingenieur in civil engineering from Technische Universität Braunschweig in Germany, and a master’s degree in civil engineering from the Georgia
Institute of Technology in Atlanta, where he was a Fulbright scholar. He also holds a master’s degree in architecture from ETH Zurich.