Deborah Ann Lampe ( Helmut Jahn Wife ) : Family, Net Worth, Children , Profession and More

Deborah Ann Lampe is best known for being the wife of Helmut Jahn, a German-American architect, known for designs like the Sony Center on the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany.

Deborah Ann Lampe ( Helmut Jahn Wife ) : Family, Net Worth, Children , Profession and More
Deborah Ann Lampe ( Helmut Jahn Wife )
Bio
Full Name Deborah Ann Lampe
Nationality German
Marital Status Marries
Husband Helmut Jahn
Children Evan Jahn ( Son)
Profession Architect
Net Worth $10 million ( estimated)

Deborah Ann Lampe is best known for being the wife of Helmut Jahn, a German-American architect, known for designs like the Sony Center on the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany; the Messeturm in Frankfurt, Germany; the One Liberty Place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and therefore the Suvarnabhumi Airport, a world airport in Bangkok, Thailand.

Deborah Jahn and Helmut Jahn

Ahn was married to Deborah Ann Lampe, an indoor designer whom he met while she worked with Murphy/Jahn, from December 1970 until his death in May 2021. Their son, Evan, was born in 1978 and attends a personal grade school on the city`s side .

Deborah Lampe, Jahn`s wife, is from Lake Forest, also enjoys Italian designers, and is understood to buy at Ultimo. She is claimed to be a superb cook and, like her husband, is usually described by friends as elegant

They met while both were performing on the reconstruction of McCormick Place. She has since left Murphy/Jahn and has her own interior design business. Jahn himself is meticulous, intense, and competitive, yet he's careful to not get embroiled in needless controversy.

Helmut Jahn Net Worth 2021

He gained an enormous reputation and respect for his work He also earned tons of wealth throughout his career through which he managed to measure an expensive lifestyle. His net worth before his death as of 2021 is estimated to be around $30million.

Helmut Jahn Professional Career

Jahn joined Charles Francis Murphy's architecture firm, C. F. Murphy Associates, in 1967 and was appointed Executive vice chairman and Director of designing and style of the firm in 1973. He took sole control in 1981, renaming the firm Murphy/Jahn (even though Murphy had retired). Murphy died in 1985.

Generally inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, yet against the doctrinal application of modernism by his followers, in 1978, Jahn became the eighth member of the Chicago Seven. Jahn established his reputation in 1985 with the State of Illinois Center in Chicago which prompted him to be dubbed "Flash Gordon".In addition to the most seat in Chicago, the corporate has offices in Berlin and Shanghai.

Cause of Death

Helmut was in news and media attention recently in May 2021 thanks to the tragic incident of his death on 8th May 2021 at the age of 81 thanks to a bicycle collision with two vehicles at the Campton Hills near his house. He went on a bicycle ride on Sunday afternoon on the Old Lafox Road on the Campton Hill where at the T-point, he did not see the stop sign and collided with two vehicles headed down the road one among which was a Silver Chevrolet Trailblazer SUV and other was a Hyundai sonata which was headed the other way. He met with the accident and died on the spot where the accident occurred while people involved only suffered minor injuries.