Stephan Reinke, the founding partner of Woods Bagot’s London practice, has stepped down from his post
In a statement, Woods Bagot said that Reinke had departed the firm to ‘pursue other directions in the profession’ after eight years at the helm.
In a letter to the AJ, Reinke said that he intended to continue practicing with a ‘leading edge team’ and be based in London. ‘Our focus will be on full client engagement and collaboration, design quality and applied intellect that embraces leading edge technology and sustainability, both in environmental and commercial terms,’ he said.
Reinke joined the firm in 2000 and had occupied the post of managing director of the Europe Region for the last four years.
Earlier this month, The City of London approved plans for the £150 million Woods Bagot-designed 10 Trinity Square.