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Unimog House

Architecture: Fabian Evers Architecture, Wezel Architektur Client: private Engineering: Ströbel Bilger Mildner Ingenieure Year: 2012 Built area: 120 sqm Costs after tax: 170.000 € Photographs: Michael Schnabel (www.michaelschnabel.com), Sebastian Berger (www.sebastian-berger.de) The unusual task and the difficult building site was at one hand a big challenge but on the other a big potential. The owner Read More

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Concert Hall Blaibach

Auhor: Peterhaimerl.Architektur Design team: Karl Landgraf, Ulrich Pape, Tomo Ichikawa, Felicia Michael, Jutta Görlich, Martin Kloos Client: Gemeinde Blaibach Structural engineering: Thomas Beck, A.K.A. Ingenieure Ventilation: Cirtec Michael Hopf Acoustical Engineering: Müller-BBM Planning: 1/2013 – 9/2013 Completion: 09/2014 Floor Area: 560 mp / sqm Budget: 1,6million Euro Photographs: Edward Beierle The concert hall represents the Read More

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Museum for Architectural Drawing

Location: Prenclauer-Berg, Berlin, Germany Authors: Sergey Tchoban, Sergey Kuznetsov Chief architects: Philipp Bauer, Ulrike Graefenhain, Ekaterina Fuks (nps tchoban voss) Architects: Dirk Kollendt, Nadezhda Fedorova, Frederik S. Scholz Client: S. Tchoban Foundation Design: 2009–2011 Construction: 2011–2013 Photographs: © Patricia Parinejad, Roland Halbe The Museum for Architectural Drawing is meant for storing and exposing the collections Read More

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Weltspiegel Cottbus Movie Theater

Location: Cottbus, Germany Team: Alexander Fehre, Roger Gasperlin, Judy Hänel Client: Ralf Zarnoch Area: 1450 sqm Implementation: 2012 Photographs: © Zooey Braun The entry to the cinema is the escape from reality. One meets this leitmotif in subtle manner first of all in the foyer which was completely redesigned. Right behind the entrance, you find Read More

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New Civic Centre in Wettstetten

Location: Wettstetten, Germany Architects: Bembé Dellinger Architects Completed: May 2013 (started 2009) Client: Municipality of Wettstetten Photographs: Stefan Müller-Naumann Down to the middle of the 20th century, Wettstetten was a village with an agricultural character, having just over 800 inhabitants. In the past 60 years, that has changed radically. Through the steadily expanding Audi automobile Read More

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NRW State Archive

Location: Duisburg, Germany Architecture office: Ortner & Ortner Baukunst Structural design, tower: Office for structural Design (OSD), Mr Klaus Fäth Structural design: “Wave” LWS-Ingenieurgesellschaft Mr Dipl.-Ing. Manfred Schnatenberg Technical building services: Arup GmbH Landscape architecture: FSWLA Landschaftsarchitekten Mr Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Fenner Fire protection: Ökotec (Mr Rainer Jaspers)   Shelving planning: Obermeyer-ALBIS Bauplan GmbH, Niederlassung Chemnitz Building Read More

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Treehugger

Client: Chamber of Skilled Crafts, Koblenz Design: Team of the department digital design at University of Applied Sciences, Trier, Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Holger Hoffmann Design phase: Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Jan Busemeyer, Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Frank Stolz,  Gabriel Wüstner, Peter Zock Execution phase: Jan Weber, Eva Ziegler, Peter Zock Structural engineering: Office for Structural Design, Frankfurt am Main: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Read More

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Extension of Hamborn Abbey

Architects:ASTOC Architects and Planners, Cologne Type: Competition 2007, First Prize Planning: 2008-2008 Realization: 2009-2011 Location: Duisburg, Germany It may come as a surprise to find a flourishing catholic monastery in the midst of an industrial city like Duisburg. The site of the present St. Johann Abbey in Hamborn was already settled more than a thousand Read More

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Casino at a Research Center, Cologne

  Architects:ASTOC Architects and Planners, Cologne Planning 2008-2009 Realization 2009-2011 Location:Cologne, Germany A spacious campus, sealed off from its neighborhood, houses the individual buildings of seven institutes which appear to stand scattered on the site, held together only by their common institutional infrastructure. As such, the design of this social focus assumes great importance. The Read More

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JustK – Living Space for 2 Adults and 4 Children in Tübingen

Adress: Justinus-Kerner-Strasse 42, 72070 Tübingen Client: Katrin Martenson and Dr. Dominik Bless-Martenson Architects: amunt – architekten martenson und nagel theissen, aachen/ stuttgart Structural planning: Ingenieurbüro von Fragstein Energy planning: Dipl.-Ing. Jörg Lammers, Händelallee 3, 10557 Berlin Photographer: Brigida Gonzalez Site: 365 m² Floor space: 138 m² (81m² + 57 m²) Gross floor area: 278 m² Read More

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Penzkoferhaus

Location: Viechtach, Germany Participating planners and contractors: Jutta Görlich, Peter Haimerl, Tomohide Ichikawa, Ulrich Pape, Gero Wortmann  (Peter Haimerl.Architektur) Client: Friederike Wurm Site area: 360 sqm Living area: 600  sqm Planning and construction period: May 2010 – June 2012 Photographs: Edward Beierle The Penzkoferhaus was constructed during the founding of the township in the 13th Read More

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The Extension of the Städel Museum

Schneider + Schumacher Client: Städelsches Kunstinstitut Location: Frankfurt, Germany Project Architects: Michael Schumacher, Till Schneider, Kai Otto Project Management: Miriam Baake Construction Management: Hans Eschmann Project Contributors: Till Schneider, Christoph Bonke, Karlo Filipovic, Manuel Mauder, Vita Redliha, Iva Resetar, Miodrag Stojsic (competition), Felicitas Adler, Gerhard Breuss, David Bujanowski, Mark Delle, Diana Djekic, Florian Haus, Kerstin Read More

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Porsche Museum

Delugan Meissl Associated Architects Project team: Jörg Rasmussen, Torsten Sauer, Tapio Lassmann, Zoltan Adorjani, Philip Beckmann, Imke Haasler, Hendrik Steinigeweg, Gerhard Gölles, Sebastian Brunke, Tom Hindelang Client: Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft Location : Stuttgart , Germany Credits photos / drawings / visualisations: Hertha Hurnaus / Brigida Gonzalez / Delugan Meissl Associated Architects Exhibition Read More

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Open-Air-Library

Location: Madgeburg, Germany
Project Title: Open-Air-Library Magdeburg
Architects: KARO (Antje Heuer, Stefan Rettich, Bert Hafermalz) Leipzig
Citizens Participation: Architektur+Netzwerk, Sabine Eling-Saalmann, Magdeburg
Collaborators: Christian Burkhardt, Gregor Schneider, Mandy Neuenfeld
Project Partners: Bürgerverein Salbke, Fermersleben, Westerhüsen e.V.
Structural Engineer: Michael Kurt, Leipzig
Light Conception: Jürgen Meier, architektur&medien, Leipzig
Consultant: Ruth Gierhake, Köln
Commissioner: City of Magdeburg
Funding: Ministry of infrastructure, building and city development
Building Costs: 325.000 Euro
Site: 488 square meters
Temporary: library Oct. 2005
Planning/participation: 2007-2008
Construction: Nov. 2008 – June 2009
Photographs: Anja Schlamann

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