German is a London-based Architect, originally from Argentina, where he graduated with honours in Architecture and Urbanism at the UNC. He is currently Associate Architect at the London-based award-winning practice Delvendahl Martin Architects, Tutor at Some Kind of Nature Atelier at the Manchester School of Architecture and PhD Candidate at Making and Practice Research Group at the University of Westminster in London.
He has led a broad range of projects within Delvendahl Martin Architects, including: the Fulham Centre, shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Award 2023; Wick First mixed-use residential and commercial development in East London; the exhibition design for the Andreas Gursky retrospective at the Hayward Gallery; and Shezad Dawood’s The Modern Playground art installation in Qatar.
German runs Tropisms, an emerging design studio collaborating with specialists, artists and colleagues in projects that seek to positively impact communities and the environment. Initially set up to group his ongoing research on biomaterials to use in remote locations in the Amazonas Rainforest, Tropisms, focus on a hyper-local approach to architecture, social and climate justice. German's paper on babassu fibre-reinforced natural rubber biocomposite has been published in NLA's Circular London and in Springer Nature's book "Design for Rethinking Resources. Proceedings from the UIA World Congress of Architects Copenhagen 2023". Tropisms was recently long-listed for the Davidson Prize 2023 for Re-Focus E15 project working in collaboration with homeless women and lone-mothers in Newham.