- Year of birth 1961
- Studied architecture at Koblenz, Kaiserslautern and Wuppertal (Germany)
- Married with three children
- Lives in Germany’s most northerly red wine area in Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler
Right from an early age, Heimermann was inspired to study architecture by the dreamlike River Ahr countryside. It was here that he developed the philosophy of natural and organic architecture, as, using his fundaments, modern man can thus be led back to the unison and harmony of inner peace and nature. For three decades now, Heimermann has been using his architecture to galvanise people and to increase general awareness for an amicable balance between nature and culture. Heimermann is a member of the “Deutschen Dachverband Lehm” (German Association for Building with Earth) and chairman of “Arbeitskreis Baubiologie Mittelrhein” (Work Group of Building Biology) and also chairman of "Dörfer der Zukunft" (Villages of the future).
The architecture office has been in existence since 1991 and has, on average, three to six employees. The office focuses on ecological and biological building techniques regarding passive house and zero-energy standards.