Arnold Walz (born 1953 in Stuttgart) studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart. He started as one of the first to develop parametric CAD-models for construction planning and helped to improve workmanship and precision of some of the most discussed buildings of the past years such as the Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, P&C Weltstadthaus in Cologne, the new Porsche Museum, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, Lufthansa Headquarters Frankfurt and many others. In his long professional background, he has collaborated with some of Germany’s most innovative engineers, such as Bollinger Grohmann , Werner Sobek, Jörg Schlaich, Bodo Rasch and Frei Otto.