We always want to know why, why, why. They experience us as curious and questioning.
You will not be left alone by us, but we will accompany you until you reach your goal.
You will find us courageous and proactive, we will tackle and take you with us on the journey.
We are creative in a special way and you will always be surprised what ideas and solutions we offer.
We drill the thick boards and get to the bottom of things. You can expect us to have answers.
We recognize your story and tell it in a way that is fit for the future. You understand yourself anew in the process.
OECC was founded in 2005 by Tobias Ossenberg-Engels in Munich.
The starting point was his driving curiosity to find out what actually triggers specific spatial arrangements in architecture and urban development. He acquired the foundations for this through his architectural studies at the TU Braunschweig and ETH Zurich as well as his teaching and research activities at the Institute for Urban Design at the TUBS.
After self-employment and management positions in international architectural offices and consulting firms, he founded OECC in Munich in 2005 in order to shape the knowledge and experience he had gained into a new consulting approach. The core is the realization that all spatial phenomena can always be explained by a few, but very important factors. This insight can be applied to all scales from city to interior, from private, business and public areas.
From this he developed a series of impact models with which one thing became possible: To explain and parameterize phenomena such as "urbanity", "communication networks" or "impact power". His aim was to be able to confront the architectural "mind-belly problem" with new means.
From 2010 onwards, the People, Places, Processes & Culture model developed from this, together with the psychological element of "priming", a comprehensive impact model was created, from which the current consulting approach of OECC is partly fed.
The other part is the sociological component of participation and the complex didactic Montessori approach of "making affected people participants" and "being able to grasp things". The ongoing studies show the unwavering curiosity that extends to the whole OECC team and has led to the significant widening and deepening of the range of advice.
With a number of over 20 validated explanatory models and nearly 20 proprietary benchmark studies, a solid foundation has been established to better understand the impact relationship between human requirements and built solutions.
The knowledge of these cause-effect relationships and the constant integration in the consulting processes is the special foundation of OECC.
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