Martin Froh, partner in the office of Winking · Froh Architekten, completed his studies in architecture at the Hochschule fuer bildende Kuenste in Hamburg. Already while being a student he worked for several renowned architect's offices in Hamburg. After joining the office of Patschan Winking he founded the Berlin office for Prof. Bernhard Winking Architekten in 1993. In 1997, Bernhard Winking and Martin Froh established their partnership. He is a registered member of the Hamburg and Berlin Chambers of Architects. In 1997 he was appointed to the Bund Deutscher Architekten BDA. Since 2011 Martin Froh is registered as urban planner. His main emphasis is laid on the planning of competitions, expertises and designs. Since 1990 he has won more than 60, partly international and open competitions. Several have been realized, such as Alice-Salomon-Hochschule in Berlin, Hypovereinsbank in Prague, Palais on Pariser Platz in Berlin, extension of the Davidwache police station and the new building for the Main Customs of the City of Hamburg. Currently he is realizing numerous housing and office projects in Hamburg, Bremen, Wolfsburg and Berlin, as well as the Europaplatz Project in Heidelberg.