Johanna Molineus established her architecture practice in London in 2002 after working in Tokyo for Arata Isozaki, in Berlin for Dominique Perrault, and in Paris for Jean Nouvel.
She earned her BA at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux Arts in Paris, her Masters at the Technical University in Vienna, and is a registered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, German Chambers of Architects and the British Institute of Interior Design.
Marrying this international design experience with in-depth local knowledge and a font of international cultural references, Johanna’s practice is highly respected for its integrity, transparency, and ability to run multi-faceted developments with a calm professionalism – on time and to budget.
With her trademark attention to detail, Johanna’s elegant, architecturally ingenious and exquisitely rendered work has won clients from all over the world, as well as earning the goodwill of local planning and conservation departments.
Johanna is also respected for her knowledge of, and passionate commitment to, the arts. She has designed public and private galleries for national institutions and individual collectors, and art plays a huge role in her personal and professional life, which includes a seat on the development committee of London’s Foundling Museum.