Johanna Joecker is an architect who has been supporting the team at Latz+Partner since April 2017. Her interest and competence, particularly in the field of interdisciplinary and theoretical work on ecological and urban planning issues, provides her with a broad professional spectrum.
Johanna has played a leading role in the success of the Grachten im Zollhafen Mainz competition. She is currently working on the design of the Fraunhofer-Instituts für Physikalische Messtechnik IPM in Freiburg and the Eichendorffschule in Stuttgart—Bad Cannstatt.
Prior to joining Latz+Partner, Johanna gained experience in Germany during internships, including work at PPB architects in Hanover and research assistant at the faculty of landscape architecture at LUH as well as during internships in an architect’s practice in San José, Costa Rica, with a focus on social architecture in South America and as an assistant at Veritas University. She obtained her Master of Architecture degree from the LUH Leibniz Universität Hanover in 2016.