My way to ADK:

After high school I started on the recommendation of my father at ADK a apprenticeship as architectural draftsman. The versatile, exceptional projects sparked my interest and I wanted to create such a foundation for my later studied architecture.

My greatest challenge:

That was my first project that I was allowed to stand alone - a left-heart catheter measuring station. Due to the limited space, the modules had to be carefully planned to accommodate the entire medical technology. It worked well and I was ready for more projects.


The 3 year training period at ADK is now over. In the autumn I will start my studies in architecture. I am leaving ADK with a laughing and crying eye. On the one hand I am looking forward to the new challenge on the other hand it is difficult for me to vacate my seat. But maybe I'll be back again.