Fritz Auer

Fritz Auer (born 24 June 1933 in Tübingen, Germany), is a German architect, the founder and senior partner of Auer+Weber+Assoziierte.


  • 1953–1962 studied at TH Stuttgart (Stuttgart University)
  • 1958–1959 Scholarship to Cranbrook Academy of Arts, Bloomfield Hill, Michigan, USA, Master of Architecture
  • 1962 graduated from TH Stuttgart
  • 1960–1965 Behnisch and Lambart, Stuttgart
  • 1965 Yamasaki+Associates, Birmingham, Michigan, USA
  • 1966–1979 Partner in Behnisch & Partner, and designed Olympiapark in Munich
  • since 1980 Office Auer+Weber with Carlo Weber
  • 1985–1992 Professor of Munich University of Applied Sciences
  • 1993–2001 Professor of Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart
  • since 1993 Member of Academy of Arts, Berlin

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