Conservator-restorer engineer Jörg Breitenfeldt M.A. (born in Berlin) is a graduate conservator-restorer for wall paintings, architectural surfaces and stone objects.
He has been working in the field of conservation, archaeological and museum restoration since 1982. After training to become a professional stucco sculptor, he graduated in 1995 with a degree in restoration-conservation from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HAWK) Hildesheim from the Department of Conservation-Restoration.
While still a student, he founded his own restoration company in Berlin in 1994. In 2006 he supplemented his professional activities with an additional master’s degree (M.A.) in History of Architecture at the Humboldt University of Berlin.
Jörg Breitenfeldt is a member of the Association of Restorers, Consulting Engineer of the Brandenburg Chamber of Engineers and a member of the German National Committee of ICOMOS and the German National Scientific Committee for the Conservation and Restoration.
He is personally involved in international heritage conservation, archaeological and museum projects. Since 1995, under his leadership, outstanding international projects in monument conservation and museums have been realized, among others in the museums on Berlin’s Museum Island.