Born in Córdoba, Argentina, German studied architecture at the National University of Córdoba and at the University of Edinburgh and is a qualified ARB Part III Architect.
After graduating he worked as architect on the Navarro Correas flagship winery project in Mendoza whilst working at AFT Arquitectos.
In the UK he progressed to become project architect leading teams of designers during the design and construction stages on a range of projects within sensitive urban settings such as Deaconess House student residence for the University of Edinburgh. More recently during his time at PDP London, he led the design of artists studios in the Chelsea Barracks masterplan and a high-end extra care facility within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
He joined Delvendahl Martin Architects as project architect in 2016.
In his spare time he enjoys photography and collaborates with colleagues in São Paulo and Buenos Aires looking at strategies to boost the economy in deprived areas in the north of Brazil.