Raimund Koch was born in Munich in Germany. After earning a degree from the Bavarian Academy for Photography, he moved to Berlin in 1990 and started specializing in architectural photography. For five years he documented contemporary art for the Goetz Collection and collaborated with artists and architecture firms.
During recent years his images of modern design and contemporary architecture have been published in Dwell, Interior Design, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, House & Garden, and the French, German and British editions of Architectural Digest and Elle Decoration. His portraits and editorial stories have been published in Newsweek, Wallpaper and Wired, as well as numerous other magazines. Aside form commissioned work, he also takes on his own projects, documenting the work of upcoming young architects.
He lives in New York since 1999 and works mainly in the United States and Europe.