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Corporate headquarters of Berlinwasser Holding AG in Germany by LANGHOF®

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Article source: LANGHOF®

The corporate headquarters of Berlinwasser Holding AG are located in one of the oldest urban quarters of Berlin, the area surrounding the Molkenmarkt plaza. The exceptional building speaks a language all its own, its architecture reflecting the forms prevalent in expressionism and cubism. In addition, images of architecture as found in science fiction and fantasy novels, modern aesthetic principles as established by computer graphics, and the formal language of product design have all contributed to a building that could also be termed an event.


Night View

  • Architect: LANGHOF®
  • Name of Project: Corporate headquarters of Berlinwasser Holding AG
  • Location: Berlin, Germany


Andel’s Berlin Hotel in Germany by Jestico + Whiles

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Article source: Jestico + Whiles

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 the drive to rebuild and redefine the city has sparked ambitious development projects. This dynamism and Germany’s central location in Europe makes Berlin a thriving centre for business and a vibrant destination for tourists.

Image Courtesy Ales Jungmann

  • Architects: Jestico + Whiles
  • Project: Andel’s Berlin Hotel
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Client: Warimpex, UBX
  • Interior Designer: Jestico + Whiles
  • Hotel Operator: Vienna International
  • Opening: 11/2011
  • Construction period: 18 months
  • Gross floor area: Approx. 14,000m2
  • Numbers of Rooms: 252
  • Photography: Ales Jungmann


Velodrome and Olympic Swimming Pool in Berlin, Germany by Dominique Perrault Architecture

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Article source: DPA

This project is bound up with the reunification of the two Germany. It was related to the wish of a city, Berlin, then about to become the capital, to be nominated for the Olympic Games in the year 2000. From the first, there was a conjunction of the political ambitions of the Berlin Senate, an extremely strong desire for the redeployment and linking together of the two parts of the city, and a unifying project, the Olympic project, that enabled the planners to develop not only the setting up of a certain number of sporting facilities, but also a certain number of networks to serve these sporting facilities.

Image Courtesy Georges Fessy

  • Architects: Dominique Perrault Architecture
  • Project: Velodrome and Olympic Swimming Pool
  • Location: Landsberger Allee, Berlin, Germany
  • Client: City of Berlin, represented by OSB Sportstättenbauten GmbH
  • Site area: 10 ha
  • Built area: 53.780 m² (velodrome : 29.800 m², swiming pool : 23.980 m²)
  • Built volume: 809.816 m³ (velodrome : 452.701 m³, swiming pool : 357.115 m³)
  • Beginning of conceptual design: 1992


Humboldt Box in Berlin, Germany by KSV Architekten

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Article source: KSV Architekten

The Humboldt Box will accompany the building of the Humboldt Forum/Stadtschloss Berlin as an information and exhibition structure. As a temporary building, it will be dismantled with the completion of the Humboldt Forum after a predicted lifetime eight years. Until then, later users of the Humboldt Forum – among them the National Museums in Berlin, the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation as well as the Central and Regional Library Berlin – will be using the structure to provide a glimpse into their various collections. The Association for the Rebuilding of the Berliner Stadtschloss will be informing visitors about the history of the Berlin Palace, the reconstruction of the palace façade, and the historical courtyard.

Image Courtesy Lustgarten+Karsten Pagel

  • Architects: KSV Krüger Schuberth Vandreike
  • Project: Humboldt Box
  • Location:Berlin, Germany
  • Client: Megaposter GmbH
  • Project Director: gassert a+i berlin, architekten + ingenieure, Kurt R. Gassert
  • Konzept: Bertram Vandreike, Christiane Schuberth, Torsten Krüger
  • Projektleitung: Markus Reinhardt


Sony Center in Berlin, Germany by Murphy/Jahn Architects

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

Article source: Murphy/Jahn Architects

Sony center comprises seven mixed-use buildings organized around the central forum. Three of these buildings are corporate headquarters, each located at the corners of the site. Sony Europanzentral relates to the Tiergarten, the Duetsche Bonn headquarters tower forms a marker on the Potsdamnerplatz, and the headquarters for Sanofi anchors the Philharmonie corner.

Night View


Research & Sports Hall of Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany by Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten (designed using ArchiCAD)

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Article source: Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten

A research facility in energy-efficient construction

In 2009 the Ed. Züblin AG, with the concept of Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten, was able to obtain the competing award procedure for the construction of a research-coliseum for Humboldt University Berlin.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Rainer Gollmer)

  • Architect: Scheidt Kasprusch Architekten
  • Name of Project: Research & Sports Hall of Humboldt University
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Photographs: Rainer Gollmer
  • Awarding authority: Humboldt University Berlin
  • Contractor: Ed. Züblin AG
  • Software used: Graphisoft ArchiCAD


New building Kindergarden in Berlin, Germany by WINKENS Architekten

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Article source: WINKENS Architekten

For a replacement building of a Kindergarden in the Waltersdorfer Street 94, 12526 Berlin. The evangelistic Churchcomunity Berlin Bohnsdorf-Grünau provided a plot at the corner of Neptun Street to Schulzendorfer Street in Berlin, Germany. The plots level is even and partly settled with big trees. The border to the Neptun Street is marked by a small hill which is surrounded by trees.

Terrace Tree

  • Architects: WINKENS Architekten
  • Project: New building Kindergarden
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Client: Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Bohnsdorf-Grünau
  • Team: Karl-Heinz Winkens, Marcel Klebs


Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin in the Eric F. Ross building in Germany by Daniel Libeskind AG

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

Article source: Daniel Libeskind AG

The Jewish Museum Berlin plans to construct an academy on the site of the Blumengrossmarkt by using the existing hall. It will offer public programs together with additional office, storage and support spaces for the Museum. Maintaining the hall structure, a cultural use is being established with the option of future expansion.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Jewish Museum Berlin, Rendering Bromsky, Architecture ADL)

  • Architect: Daniel Libeskind AG
  • Name of Project: Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin in the Eric F. Ross building
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Completion: 2012
  • Client: Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin
  • Photo credits: © Jewish Museum Berlin, Rendering Bromsky, Architecture ADL


JOH 3 Apartments in Berlin, Germany by J. Mayer H. Architects (designed using ArchiCAD. Maya, and Rhino)

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011

Article source: J. Mayer H. Architects

Property development group Euroboden is building a unique apartment house at Johannisstraße in Mitte, Berlin’s downtown district. J. MAYER H. architects’ design for the building, which will soon neighbor both Museum Island and Friedrichstrasse, reinterprets the classic Berliner Wohnhaus with its multi-unit structure and green interior courtyard.

Main Facade (Image Courtesy Ludger Paffrath)

  • Architects: J. Mayer H. Architects
  • Project: JOH 3 Apartments
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Project Team: Juergen Mayer H., Hans Schneider, Wilko Hoffmann, Filipa Frois Almeida
  • Competition Team: Juergen Mayer H., Thorsten Blatter, Marcus Blum
  • Invited competition: 2008, 1st Prize
  • Project: 2008-2011
  • Software used: ArchiCad, Maya, and Rhino


Aspria Hotel in Berlin, Germany by NAU Architecture

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Article source: NAU Architecture

A blend of harmonious lines, soft colors and modern materials, the hotel conversion of a former industrial building expands the adjoining Aspria sport and wellness club in Berlin.  Thirty-nine guest rooms, three apartments and two conference rooms spread over three floors result in an innovative series of calming, highly modern spaces.

Interior View (Images Courtesy Jan Bitter)

  • Architect: NAU Architecture, Zurich / Berlin
  • Name of project: Aspria Hotel
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Client: Aspria GmbH
  • Area: 2400 m2
  • Schedule: Design & Completion 2008-2009
  • Photos: Jan Bitter and Mike Caldwell


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