Dr.-Ing. Uwe Wilke, Architect and City Planner for the BDA, DASL


Born in Nordhausen, Germany

1982 – 1987

Studied at the Hochschule für Architektur und Bauwesen Weimar [College for Architecture and Construction] at Bauhaus Universität, section City Construction and Regional Planning with a major in City Construction

1987 – 1991

Assistant Teacher in the scientific field of city construction, discipline of City Construction

1988 – 1990

Direction of the discipline of Village Planning in the scientific field of City Construction

Fall of 1990

Internship at the Hessischen Landesplanungs- und Treuhandgesellschaft [Hessian State Planning and Trust Corporation] of Wiesbaden


Acceptance and defense of the doctoral thesis at the Hochschule für Architektur und Bauwesen Weimar
Thesis: Landscape of the City of Berlin: Analysis of the Landscape of the City of Berlin regarding the Development of a Shared System of Open City Spaces in Consideration of the Berlin Nord-Ost Neighborhood

Previous Professional Activities


Architektur- und Ingenieurbüro Zumpe [Zumpe Architectural and Engineering Offices], Schaser & Partner, Felsberg, employed as a city planner and architect


Co-owner of Architekturbüros Zumpe, Schaser & Wilke, Felsberg

Since 1993

Owner of Stadtplanungsbüro Wilke [City Planning Offices], Erfurt

Since 1994

Co-managing Director of AIG Erfurt & Partner GmbH, Erfurt

1992 – 1994

Member of the Architektenkammer Hessen [Hessian Chamber of Architects] as a free-lance architect for city planning

Since 1993

Member of the Architektenkammer Thüringen [Thuringian Chamber of Architects] as a free-lance architect for city planning

Functions and Associations

Functions in the Architektenkammer Thüringen:
  • Member of the Representatives’ Group of the Architektenkammer Thüringen since 1996
  • Appointment to the regional planning commission of the Planungsgemeinschaft Mittelthüringen [Middle Thuringian Planning Association] since 1996
  • Member of the Ausschuss Stadt-, Landschaft- und Umweltplanung [City, Landscape and Environmental Planning Committee]; since 2002
  • Member of the integrated state development workgroup since 1992
  • Member of the Thuringian Architects of the Association of German Architects since 2006
  • Member of the Deutschen Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung [German Academy for City Construction and State Planning] since 2008


  • Honoured by the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany for performances in the field of urban regeneration in Thuringia, especially in Ruhla, 2009
  • Medal of honour from the city of Ilmenau für 20 years of urban development and regeneration in Ilmenau, 2011