Dalston Architects is led by Wolfram Borger, a registered architect with the Architects Registration Board (ARB). He started Dalston architects in 2013 having lived in the area for nearly ten years witnessing the change Dalston has undergone and the influx of creative talent Dalston has seen offering up possibilities to work collaboratively with designers and artists.
Wolfram likes architecture to take its cues from the existing urban context and to engage with the public through design that enhances a place’s character and contributes to place making. He began practising architecture in 2001, having studied at the Potsdam School of Architecture obtaining the Certificate in Professional Practice & Management in Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 3) at the Barlett School of Architecture in London/UCL in 2009. During his employed career he has worked on numerous small to large scale residential and commercial projects in London and Berlin.