Posts Tagged ‘Germany’
Friday, August 29th, 2014
Article source: tillicharchitektur
Situated in an industrial zone on Munich’s north side, the building hosts production and office spaces for “Textilmacher”, a company for textile print and embroidery.Its iconic feature is the geometrically folded facade, which deforms the simple cubature by an animated play of light and shadow.
Image Courtesy © Michael Compensis
- Architects: tillicharchitektur
- Project: textilmacher
- Location: Munich, Germany
- Photography: Michael Compensis
- Client: Die Textilmacher GmbH
- Site area: 840 sqm
- Program: Production and Office
- Total floor area: 1135 sqm
- Architects: tillicharchitektur
- Structural engineer: Hemmerlein Ingenieurbau GmbH,Heating, ventilating, plumbing IB Schön
- Energy consultant: Heinze Enegieberatung
- Electrical engineer: Elektro Emmer GmbH
Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
Article source: Gerd Priebe Architects
Awarded with the german certificate for sustainable buildings (German Sustainable Building Council – DGNB) Gerd Priebe Architects & Consultants have completed a new office situated in the existing complex of medical equipment developers Saegeling Medizintechnik in Heidenau, Germany.
Image Courtesy © Gerd Priebe Architects
- Architects: Gerd Priebe Architects
- Project: Saegeling Medizintechnik in Heidenau
- Location: Heidenau, Germany
- Client: Saegeling Medizintechnik
Sunday, August 3rd, 2014
Article source: KONTENT
NO WÓDKA is a concept store that shows a fine selection of todays’ lively Polish art and design in Berlin.
The main concept created by KONTENT brings a new approach to product display that thinks outside the norm of standard wall mounted shelves. Designers wanted shop to be a paraphrase of a wardrobe in which you enter. The result is a large, self-supporting structure made of scaffold beams and as the shop name NO WÓDKA suggests it breaks through the typical stereotypes with the interior design following this rule.
Image Courtesy © Zajaczkowski Photography
- Architects: KONTENT
- Project: Design and fashion concept store
- Location: Berlin, Germany
- Photography: Zajaczkowski Photography
- Client: NO WÓDKA
- Architect In Charge: Monika Ryszka, Marcin Giemza
- Collaboration: Jakub Kubiński
- Branding: BABA WIE
- Status of project: completed in 2014
- Usable floor area: 86 sq. m
- Video: Domink Grejc
Thursday, July 31st, 2014
Article source: FORMAT ELF ARCHITEKTEN
German studio Format Elf Architekten has designed three holiday cottages for a resort in the Bavarian countryside that resemble archetypal pitched-roof barns.
The owners of the Hofgut estate, which offers luxury accommodation, dining and spa facilities, asked Format Elf Architekten to create the houses for guests looking to stay for longer periods than the existing facilities allowed.
Image Courtesy © Lothar Reichel
- Architects: FORMAT ELF ARCHITEKTEN
- Project: Hotel Hofgut
- Location: Bad Birnbach, Germany
- Photography: Lothar Reichel
- Architect In Charge: Robert Maier, Stefan Hanninger
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Article source: SUPERBLOCK
The site of the former train station Nordbahnhof in the second district is currently considered one of the largest inner-city development areas in Vienna.
Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus
- Architects: SUPERBLOCK
- Project: Wohnen mit scharf!
- Location: Vienna, Austria
- Photography: Hertha Hurnaus
Sunday, July 20th, 2014
Article source: Sohrab Zafari
This house has been created. It tries to be understood primarily as a complex spatial structure and as a cultural fusion building, as a labyrinth of light, as a new, fresh wind that brushes gently over this place.
Image Courtesy © Christian Dammert, Aviel Avdar
- Architects: Sohrab Zafari
- Project: Housing at the old city wall of Berlin
- Location: Berlin Mitte, Germany
- Photography: Christian Dammert, Aviel Avdar
- Year: 2014
Thursday, July 10th, 2014
Article source: Lucem Lichtbeton
The latest Udo Krollman Corporate Centre and Wolf architectural practice project in Berlin has brought to the city one of the most unconventional and daring architectural ventures seen to date. Following their very own tradition of acquisition and transformation of commercial and residential properties to meet the demands of a part of the market thirsty for exclusivity, over 20 years trading, have given the Udo Krollman Corporate Centre the experience and knowledge to always make the most breakthrough design bids.
Image Courtesy © Lucem
- Architects: Lucem Lichtbeton
- Project: Unique LUCEM light transmitting concrete facade in Berlin
- Location: Germany
- Photography: Lucem
- Client: Udo Krollmann Unternehmensgruppe, Berlin
- Architect: Wolf Architekten, Berlin
- Year of finalization: 2014
- Material: LUCEM Line Anthrazit
- Format: 120 cm x 50 cm
- Thickness: 20 mm
- Surface: 60 sqm
Saturday, June 28th, 2014
Article source: JAN RÖSLER ARCHITEKTEN
UPDGRADE is an housing project in Berlin Germany. We planed the two story Penthouse on a side wing of a tenement that was destroyed during world war 2.
The first floor is used as a kitchen, dining room and living room(double hight) plus a huge terrace. the top floor contains the bedroom, the master bathroom and an office/guestroom.
Image Courtesy © JAN RÖSLER ARCHITEKTEN
Thursday, June 26th, 2014
Article source: die Baupiloten BDA
Sheet Lightning in the Technical University’s Main Building.
The Baupiloten construct a new cafeteria full of mood- and weather-dependent lighting.
The Baupiloten have constructed a new cafeteria within the framework of a new master plan for the remodeling of the TU Berlin’s main building. The cafeteria connects two courtyards located within the listed 19th century building and provides them with a new function. The cafeteria’s distinctive luminous ceiling is already visible from the university’s foyer and through the windows of the inner courtyards.
Image Courtesy © Jan Bitter
- Architects: die Baupiloten BDA
- Project: Cafeteria Sheet Lightning
- Location: Berlin, Germany
- Photography: Jan Bitter
- Architecture: Susanne Hofmann with the Baupiloten
- Project Management: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Janekovic (Design), Dip. Arch. Marlen Weiser (Construction), Dipl.-Ing. Monica Wurfbaum (Consulting)
- Start of Planning: April 2005
- Start of Construction: September 2006
- Completion: April 2008
- Budget/Area: 900.000 Euro brutto/ 224 m²
- Client: Technical University Berlin
Tuesday, May 27th, 2014
Article source: UNStudio
The Mercedes Benz Museum intricately combines structure and content. The Museum is dedicated to a legendary car; its unique structure has been specifically devised to showcase a collection in which technology, adventure, attractiveness and distinction are merged. It is also a Museum for people to freely move through, to dream, learn, look and let themselves be oriented by fascinations, light and space…
Image Courtesy © Christian Richters and Brigida Gonzalez
- Architects: UNStudio
- Project: New Mercedes Benz Museum
- Location: Mercedes Strasse 100, Stuttgart, Germany
- Photography: Christian Richters and Brigida Gonzalez
- Client: Daimler Chrysler AG
- Program: Museum for the complete cars collection of Mercedes Benz
- Building area: 25.000 m²
- Building volume: 200.000 m³
- Site area: 62.000 m²
- Team: Nicola Kühnle, Florian Erhard, Michael Fischinger, Christoph Friedrich, Peter Holzer, Christopf Krinn, Stefan Linder, Simon Schneider, Walter Ulrich, Gabriele Völker, Katrin Widmann, Christina Brecher, Stefanie Hertwerck, Ingolf Gössel, Ulla Ittensohn, Volker Hilpert, Thomas Koch, Ulrike Kolb, Bendix Pallesen- Mustikay, Marc Schwesinger and Thuy Duong Du, Kathrin Steimle, Florian Goscheff, Thomas Hertlein, Yvonne Galdys, Deniz Hocaoglu, Katerina Karapanceva, Anka Volk, Patrick Yong
- Exhibition Concept and Design: HG Merz, Stuttgart
- Interior: UNStudio with Concrete Architectural Associates, Amsterdam