Founded in 2013, Sophie Green Interior Architecture (SGIA) is a young interior architecture practice with an international profile.
Alone or in collaboration, SGIA has managed several projects of various scales, in both the private and the public sector.
SGIA provides sustainable and environmentally responsible interior architecture without compromising on aesthetics. Green architecture can and should be a thing of beauty. We make conscious choices throughout the construction and engineering stages up to the materials and final finishes chosen.
We specialise in turning space into a communication tool, developing interiors that are finely tuned to our clients' corporate identity.
SGIA works with a flexible and highly qualified team of engineers, architects and designers, chosen to reflect your specific project requirements. Our team members know each other well and know how to deliver for each and every client.
Sophie Green Interior Architecture
Unique, sustainable interior architecture: professional, complete and individual design consultation and support.
Healthy spaces for people to live, work and simply be.
Individual solutions for individual requirements.
SGIA believes in providing sustainable interior architecture – making conscious choices from the construction and engineering stage through to the materials and final finishes chosen.
Thanks to our wealth of technical expertise and constant research, we help you to cut your energy and resource use, capitalise on renewable energy systems, and remove toxins from your environment while creating beautiful, efficient, healthy spaces to live and work in, without compromising on aesthetics.
Our methods include the selection of materials which are local, durable, recycled, re-purposed, energy efficient and low emission, as well as working with eco-construction businesses and energy consultants.
We provide eco design insight and suggestions beginning at the design stage in order to create energy efficient buildings, maximising on passive design principles and renewable energy systems.
We are familiar with the details of the German sustainability standards (DGNB) as well as the British sustainability standards (BREEAM) and comply with them whenever and wherever possible.
Conception, estimation, planning, coordination, construction…
covering all service phases (first draft to construction)
corporate interior architecture, space planning
interior design consultation, concept design
sustainable interior architecture
insulation and energy management consultations
security and safety coordination
contracting authorities/ clients representation
construction documents and specifications
conversion and renovation
budgeting and cost supervision
planning and design of custom kitchens and bathrooms
style consultation, design of furniture and objects
choice of colours, materials and furniture
Sophie Green is a German-American interior architect working in Munich and Brussels.
She has an engineering degree in interior architecture and several years of international working experience on projects of various scales and budgets. On time and on budget delivery, as well as perfection in detail and maximising sustainable solutions are just some of her goals.
Appointed External Expert to the European Parliament as "experienced interior designer – (interior) architect"
Inscription with the German Interior Architects Association (BDIA)
Entry in register of the Bavarian Architects Chamber (ByAK)
Freelance interior architect
Studied at the FH Rosenheim, DE (University of applied sciences and economics)
DE / ENG / FR / (NL)
Network of highly experienced
architects and engineers:
Vera Steuer, Architect
Ana Rua, Architect
Lisa Günther, Designer
Liz Poggioli, Architect
Intila Muka, Architect
Shannon van Staden, Business Development
Carolin van Dorp, B.A. Innenarchitektur
Ugo Bouhon, Industrial Designer
Marios Botis, Architect
PRINT – 2016 – EN/DE
PRINT – 2015 – EN/DE
PRINT – 2015 – FR
PRINT – 2014 – DE
PRINT – 2014 – ES
PRINT – 2010 – EN/DE
WEB – 2013 – DE
WEB – 2013 – DE
WEB – 2013 – DE
WEB – 2014 – DE
On workshop panel at "4. Aussenwirtschaftstag Architektur, Planen und Bauen" on January 28th 2015 at the German Foreign Office, Berlin more info → (DE)
Architecture club "Dialogues – One evening, two personalities" - 10th of March 2014, Haus der Architektur, (Bavarian Architekts Chamber) more info → (DE)
Lecture: "Wohnen und Wohnwelten" – November 3rd 2013, 11.30 & 13.30, Consumenta Nuremberg – Exposition stand BDIA (German Interior Architects Association)