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Gamseia cocktailbar rethought in Munich, Germany by Buero Wagner

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Article source: Buero Wagner 

When owner and head bartender Matthew Bax opened Gamsei 2013 in Munich’s trendy neighbourhood Glockenbach, he introduced hyper-localism to a field of practice which had till then been mainly confined to the food scene. At Gamsei, ingredients for cocktails like Lavender Drunk Bee and Frühlingserwachen, are either wildly foraged by Bax and his team or grown by local artesian farmers, thus reestablishing a connection with local products, region and culture and offering something that is unique in its kind.Bax, an Australian artist and founder of three bars, envisioned his fourth as an antidote to the globalization of cocktail bars; why drink the very same cocktail in every bar you go to in the world? Why not experience the excitement of the new when sipping a cocktail?

Image Courtesy © Jann Averwerser

  • Architects: Buero Wagner  (Fabian A. Wagner with Andreas Kreft)
  • Project: Gamseia cocktailbar rethought
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Photography: Simon and Sebastian Schels, Jann Averwerser
  • pottery: Gefäß und Objekt – Franziska Schmid-Burgk,
  • Structural engineer: Maxi Wagner
  • Client: M. Bax

House in the woods near King’s Forest in Potsdam (near Berlin), Germany by claim

Friday, February 21st, 2014

Article source: claim

Small spaciousness

The house in the woods is a residence for a couple and their guests. Despite the very limited area available for construction and the users’ requirements regarding the number of beds and rooms, a residence with a perceptible spaciousness arose. Starting from the ‘bungalow’ stereotype, the design sets openness against seclusion, introduces smooth transitions in contrast to set boundaries, emphasizes the correlation of surface and volume and, in this way, overlays the familiar with the new.

Image Courtesy © claim and g.jankowski

  • Architects: claim
  • Project: House in the woods near King’s Forest
  • Location: Potsdam (near Berlin)
  • Photography: claim and g.jankowski
  • Software used: Sketchup and Autocad LT
  • Size (usable floor area): 113m2
  • Size (total floor area): 162m2
  • Client: Private

Tom Tailor at Bread & Butter 2014 in Berlin, Germany by DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN GmbH

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Article source: DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN GmbH

The Bread & Butter fashion trade show in Berlin takes place in the reception and hangar of the former Tempelh of airport site. DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN designed a two-level trade fair stand of approx. 450 m² for fashion label Tom Tailor. Moreover we were responsible for concept, planning and realisation of the space. Tom Tailor used this impressive space to present its new look and the brand re-launch for the first time.

Image Courtesy © DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN GmbH

  • Architects: DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN GmbH
  • Project: Tom Tailor at Bread & Butter 2014
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Software used: Vectorworks

Sansibar by Breuninger, Düsseldorf, Germany by DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Article source: DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN

The new Breuninger department store in Düsseldorf is housed in the prestigious Kö-Bogen designed by Daniel Libeskind. It accommodates the first mainland branch of the famous Sansibar restaurant from the North Sea island of Sylt. Herbert Seckler who owns the restaurant on the island is a national celebrity in his own right. Now he has granted his first license for a restaurant outside the island.

Image Courtesy © DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN

  • Architects: DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN (Janina Kienel)
  • Project: Sansibar by Breuninger
  • Location: Düsseldorf, Germany

visitor centre: Emscher Village in Oberhausen, Germany by OOZE architects

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Article source: OOZE architects

The temporary Visitors Center for EMSCHERKUNST.2013 and the Art Camp for local art associations are made from re-used oversea containers which house the different programs. By keeping the layout strictly on ground level and referring to a path through a village, not only the space inside matters, but also the various in-between spaces, sheltered by a roof or open-air.
In this way a variety of social spaces are created while keeping the site fully permeable.

Image Courtesy © Roman Mensing

  • Architects: OOZE architects
  • Project: visitor centre: Emscher Village
  • Location: Oberhausen, Germany
  • Photography: Roman Mensing
  • AREAS: 1263m2
  • CLIENT: Emscher genossenschaft
  • TEAM: Eva Pfannes,Sylvain Hartenberg, Augustin Roy-Verger
  • STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Reto Bonomo

CONTRACTORS:

  • Steel: Leo Kok – Tiggelovend-Kok
  • Fabric: Gerrie Enninga – Zonlicht
  • Interior fitting, external wood works: Jasper Vandermade
  • Garden: Stefanie Strauß
  • DATE: June 2013 – October 2013

RKM 740 in Düsseldorf Heerdt, Germany by J. Mayer H. Architects

Friday, February 14th, 2014

Article source: J. Mayer H. Architects

In direct proximity to the sweeping landscape of the Rheinaue and with a view of Düsseldorf’s city center, this high rise will shape the silhouette of the left bank of the Rhine, not only in terms of its architecture, but in terms of use as well.

Image Courtesy © J. Mayer H. Architects

  • Architects: J. Mayer H. Architects
  • Project: RKM 740
  • Location: Düsseldorf Heerdt, Germany
  • Software used: Maya, Rhino and ArchiCad
  • Project team: Andre Santer, Dr. Paul Angelier, Marta Ramirez Iglesias, Max Magorsky,
  • Function: Medical Services and Residential Building
  • (BGF) Total floor Area: aprox. 26.000 qm
  • Number of floors: 19
  • Height of the building: aprox. 70 m
  • Structure:  Concrete structure
  • Principal Exterior: Aluminum Elements
  • Principal interior material: concrete and plaster board, water based cooling system inside the concrete, no air-conditioning needed
  • Invited competition: 2012, 1st Prize
  • Project: 2013 – 2017
  • Completion: 2017
  • Client: Rheinblick Düsseldorf GmbH
  • Architect on Site: Höhler + Partner, Aachen, Germany

The Room Bar & Club in the Radisson Blu Hotel Hamburg in Germany by LUCEM GmbH

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Article source: LUCEM GmbH

New hotspot in Hamburg: „The Room“ Bar & Club presents the world’s first Light Transmitting Concrete bar with single LED pixel technology.

The 4 star superior Hotel Radisson Blu in Hamburg with its exceptional design is located in the heart of the vibrant metropolis Hamburg directly next to the ICE Dammtor train station and the downtown oasis, the botanical garden „Planten un Blomen“. For demanding business travellers and tourists, the hotel is an ideal spot within Hamburg downtown area with stylish ambience, first class service and an unique panorama view over the city of Hamburg.

Image Courtesy © LUCEM GmbH

  • Architects: LUCEM GmbH
  • Project: The Room Bar & Club in the Radisson Blu Hotel Hamburg
  • Location: Germany
  • Owner: The Room Betriebs GmbH, Hamburg
  • Designer: FRANK THEUERKAUF, Hamburg
  • Year: 2013
  • Material: LUCEM LINE Anthrazit
  • Format: 120 cm x 60 cm
  • Thickness: 15 mm
  • Area: 40 qm
  • Mounting system: Metal frame
  • Light technology: Single-pixel-LED realised by Amptown, Hamburg
  • Installation: Köster+Heins Ladenbau, Hamburg

Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz station in Leipzig, Germany by MAX DUDLER

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

Article source: MAX DUDLER

The station concourse, with a rectangular section and a slight longitudinal curve, is situated 20 metres below ground. Walls and ceilings of the elongated, column-free hall are clad with large, backlit prefabricated glass blocks set into a framework of fair-faced precast concrete. This gives the station concourse a bright and spacious feel. Extreme repetition of one and the same motif makes its actual dimensions almost intangible for passengers.

Image Courtesy © Stefan Müller

  • Architects: MAX DUDLER
  • Project: Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz station
  • Location: Leipzig, Germany
  • Photography: Stefan Müller
  • Developers: Deutsche Bahn AG together with the Free State of Saxony
  • Occupant: DB Station & Service AG

Construction volume

  • Net floor area: 3,900 m²
  • Gross floor area: 5,678.5 m²
  • Gross building volume: 77,280 m³

Station concourse dimensions

  • Height: 15 metres
  • Length: 141 metres
  • Width: 21 metres
  • Planning and construction period: 1997 until December 2012
  • Gross construction costs: EUR 17.5 million (building shell)
  • Project managers: Ilko-M. Mauruschat, Christof Berkenhoff, Max Rein
  • Construction Supervision: Arge BOL/BÜ
  • Structural Engineers: Pichler Ingenieure GmbH
  • Building services: Planungsgemeinschaft Winter-Graner
  • Fire protection: Brandschutz Consult, Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH Leipzig

Schorndorf Town hall in Marktplatz 1, Germany by Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH

Friday, December 13th, 2013

Article source: Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH

The Town Hall, built 1726-30, is a symbol of Schorndorf (population 38,000), a stand-alone structure which dominates the town’s market square. For the initial conversion stage the upper floors were renovated in line with energy efficiency and listed building requirements.

Image Courtesy © Zooey Braun

  • Architects: Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH
  • Project: Schorndorf Town hall
  • Location: Marktplatz 1, Germany
  • Photography: Zooey Braun
  • CLIENT: Stadt Schorndorf
  • YEAR: November 2012
  • SIZE: 654 m² / sqm
  • TEAM: Peter Ippolito, Gunter Fleitz, Christian Kirschenmann, Tim Lessmann, Markus Schmidt, Roger Gasperlin
  • LIGHTING DESIGN: Lichtwerke GmbH, Köln

Baumkirchen Mitte in München, Germany by UNStudio

Friday, November 29th, 2013

Article source: UNStudio

UNStudio’s design for the Baumkirchen Mitte in Munich has been selected as the winning entry from a shortlist of 6 finalists which included, among others, BIG Architects, Juergen Mayer H Architects and Schneider + Schumacher Architects.
UNStudio worked in collaboration with OR else Landscapes on the design for the18,500m2 residential and office complex located in the east of Munich. With its 60 metre high tower the project will become the focal point for the entrance to the new Baumkirchen Mitte development.

Image Courtesy © UNStudio

  • Architects: UNStudio
  • Project: Baumkirchen Mitte
  • Location: München, Germany
  • Client: CA Immo, PATRIZIA
  • Building surface: 18.500
  • Building volume: 47716 m3 (BRI Above Ground)
  • Building site: 3820 m2
  • Programme:  13.000m2 Office Space, 5.500m2 Residential
  • Status: Winning Competition Proposal

Credits

  • UNStudio: Ben van Berkel, Astrid Piber with Wouter de Jonge, Jan Schellhoff and Elisabeth Brauner, Abhijit Kapade, Grygorii Zotov, Steven Reisinger, Derrick Diporedjo, Mick Heijkens, Jürgen Heinzel, Patrick Noome

Advisors

  • Landscape: OR else Landscapes, Breukelen, NL
  • MEP & Sustainability: Werner Sobek, Stuttgart, DE
  • Fire: HPP Berlin, München, DE
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