We are a young and committed team of architects from Frankfurt am Main and are passionate about ambitious and sustainable architecture.

We offer the chance to work on varied tasks – of projects of diverse size and use. Careful choice of materials, a high level of detailing and workmanship guarantee the durability and ageability of our buildings.

We encourage individual skills and support personal development and further training opportunities.

What you bring with you:
– Passion and motivation for beauty and functionality of architecture
– Independent planning, implementing and coordinating
– Experienced handling of AutoCAD; ideally Revit/Speedikon
– Ability to work in a team

What we offer:
– Varied and challenging architecture
– Professional and personal development as well as training events
– Versatile future perspectives
– A friendly and dynamic team with great expert knowledge
– Free barista training course

We look forward to receiving applications and work samples to:

Schaumainkai 101
60596 Frankfurt am Main
Tel. +49 (0)69 – 50 50 800 – 0

We currently have no other vacant positions.

Schaumainkai 101
60596 Frankfurt am Main
Tel. +49 (0) 69 50 50 8000

The TRAFFIC ARCHITECTURE magazine presents various transportation buildings by MÄCKLER ARCHITEKTEN, whose overall social significance is reflected in their special urban planning and architectural treatment with regard to location, space, material and construction.

The introduction “A. & B.” was written by Wilhelm E. Opatz: Trained bricklayer, studied interior designer, practicing graphic designer, mediating architecture lover, among other things with the architectural guides of the “Frankfurt” series – visited Antwerp-Centraal in October 2018 and the construction site of Terminal 3 at Frankfurt Airport in October 2022; he then read “Austerlitz” by W. G. Sebald.

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Terminal 3 Check-In Hall © Foto: Thorsten Jansen


Terminal 3 Pier J; © Foto: Ellen Denk

An incredible performance that follows a strict script, and yet coincidences prompt still-lives with an irresistible charm – the magazine TRANSFORMATION ARCHITEKTUR by MÄCKLERARCHITEKTEN shows the construction site of Frankfurt’s Terminal 3 as a transitory place with expressive visual language.

The texts are written by design theorist, critic, consultant and university lecturer Professor Markus Frenzl, the pictures are taken by photographer Wonge Bergmann.

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© Photo: Wonge Bergmann
© Photo: Wonge Bergmann