Anne Niemann (born 1976, Munich) is a German architect. She studied architecture in Munich at the Technical University and at ETSAM Madrid. In 2001, she conducted a research project at the Institute for desert architecture at the Ben Gurion University in Israel.
After her graduation in 2002 she worked independently. She built a house in Spain and won several competitions. One of the competition projects, 'Lost Town', which she developed together with Johannes Ingrisch, became the subject of a documentary film. In 2006 Anne Niemann was a Villa Massimo scholar in Rome. In 2008 she co-founded the practice m8 Architects with Philipp Althammer and Christian and Mia Winter.
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