Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Lindemann | MBA
Tobias Lindemann is a German Architect, Engineer and Entrepreneur. He is CEO and founder of Lindemann Group and former White Sky Group, Managing Director of Lindemann Architects and invested in different ventures. Lindemann is best known for creating futuristic plus-energy houses with combined electromobility and award winning mega projects in GCC.
Tobias Lindemann holds a “Dipl.-Ing. TU” degree in architecture and building technology from the Technical University of Berlin. His Diploma included the design of a groundbreaking Berlin airport terminal. The passion for aviation and airports began in his early life. Right after his studies, first successful competitions, airports and international projects followed.
Tobias Lindemann holds an MBA from the Technical University of Munich in “Innovation and Business Creation”, and has worked in Asia Pacific, China, Germany, Japan, KSA, UAE, UK, U.S. and Singapore. His list of clients ranges from German luxury car brands to Saudi Investment firms and Asian Telcos.
He held national and international lectures, such as keynotes on Smart City Megaprojects, highly efficient light weight structures, case studies for zero energy houses in the GCC, affordable housing in KSA, and new concepts of mobility, at international conferences like the Ghorfa 2015 Arab-German Business Forum in Berlin, the BIG 5 Dubai – Sustainable Design & Construction Conference, the BIG 5 Jeddah – Design & Construction Conference, the ConstructionWeek Social Infrastructure Conference in Riyadh, ConstructionWeek Sustainability Conference in Abu Dhabi and many more.
His projects were published in GulfNews, DesignMena, ConstructionWeek, Khaleej Times, Arab News, DiscoverME, dem Arab-German Yearbook 2015 Construction & Consulting, in international as well as German magazines and newspapers. He has assignements as international consultant, adviser and juror in MENASA and Asia Pacific.
Tobias Lindemann is married to Dr. med. dent. Wibke Lindemann, a German orthodontist, and has four children.