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About Us


This storm will pass. But the choices we make now could change our lives for years to come.
Humankind is now facing a global crisis. Perhaps the biggest crisis of our generation. The decisions people and governments take in the next few weeks will probably shape the world for years to come. They will shape not just our healthcare systems but also our economy, politics and culture. We must act quickly and decisively. We should also take into account the long-term consequences of our actions. When choosing between alternatives, we should ask ourselves not only how to overcome the immediate threat, but also what kind of world we will inhabit once the storm passes. Yes, the storm will pass, humankind will survive, most of us will still be alive — but we will inhabit a different world.

We want to help!

The spread of COVID-19 demands global cooperation among governments, international organizations and the business community.
This multistakeholder cooperation is at the centre of our mission as the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation.
The COVID-19 crisis shows us what is important in the construction of hospitals in case of an emergency.

  • We need fast, mobile solutions.
  • We need hospitals whose layout protects against infections.
  • We need working environments that support medical staff and spread hope.

These are issues that we have been dealing with for a long time.
In the current crisis, we would like to pass on our knowledge and abilities to authorities and operators. Talk to us!

The world is experiencing an unprecedented crisis that is causing chaos in the global economy, disrupting supply chains, and transforming society. The new reality is accelerating business model transformation at a faster pace than ever before to ensure existential survival in a crisis for which no one was prepared.

It is imperative that leaders strategically manage information risks, work towards a culture of shared cyber-risk ownership across organizations, and take a strategic approach to cyber resilience. Effective cyber resilience requires a combined and aligned multi-disciplinary effort to move beyond compliance to cohesive business and digital enablement.

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Meet The Team

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Mr. Herionimus Nickl

Born in Munich, Germany in 1978, from the University of Erfurt, Germany in 2003. In 2008 he obtained an MBA in International Medical Health Management from the Frankfurt School of Finance. Has 15 years of experience in medical architecture projects and 10 years of experience in China. His international projects include Shenzhen No.2 Children's Hospital, Xi'an International Rehabilitation Centre, St. Petersburg Medical Center in Russia and the Beijing Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, etc.

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Prof. Christine Nickl Weller

After graduating with a degree in architecture from the Technical University of Munich, Christine Nickl Weller joined the Munich based architecture team of Nickl & Partner in 1989 and became Chief Executive Officer of the corporation in 2008. In 2004, she was appointed Professor at the Technical University of Berlin and holds the only university chair for the design of hospitals and health care buildings in Germany.

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Prof. Hans Nickl

Prof. Hans Nickl studied architecture at the TU Munich. In 1979 he founded his own architectural firm and in 1989, together with his wife, Prof. Christine Nickl Weller, the architectural association Nickl & Partner, whose chairman he is today. Hans Nickl was appointed professor for the field of "constructive design" at the FH Erfurt in 1992 and taught from 2004 to 2017 as a guest in the field of "designing hospitals and healthcare buildings" at the Technical University of Berlin.

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Mr. Magnus Nickl
SIA, Member of the Board

Magnus Nickl sits on the board of directors of Nickl & Partner Architekten Schweiz AG and also works for them. In addition, he is currently completing his doctorate at the TU Berlin and at the ETH Zurich, after obtaining his MSc Arch at the ETH.

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Our Services



General Planning

Medical Concept

Site Supervision & Management

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All our medical and research projects in Germany meet the requirements of the German Green Building DGNB.
Energy efficiency of over 40% Minimizing hospital operating costs

Step 1

The firm has a professional building climate design team that works with the most professional engineering teams to ensure that the technology is at the forefront through university research projects.

Step 2

Member of the German DGNB Keep up to date with the latest DGNB and LEED certification enquiries

Step 3

Expertise in accreditation and education. Leading research institute and standard setter for green hospitals in Germany.

Step 4

Innovative means of energy saving Pre design intervention

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International Experiences

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