Posts Tagged ‘Germany’
Monday, November 20th, 2017
Article source: concrete
Restaurant IZAKAYA Munich is a unique mix of the ethnic feel of a Japanese inspired restaurant and the modern, sleekly but elegant Hotel Roomers.
The Japanese stand-alone restaurant IZAKAYA, located in the building of Hotel Roomers, announces its presence to the guests at the moment of arrival, with the show kitchen visible through the glass facade of the porte-cochere. A translucent gradient in the glass directs the attention on the chefs working at the countertops and cooking pits while all other elements are blurred out.
Image Courtesy © Steve Herud
- Architects: concrete
- Project: Izakaya restaurant
- Location: Munich, Germany
- Photography: Steve Herud
- Software used: Vectorworks, sketch up
- Project team: Rob Wagemans, Tobias Koch, Nuria Ripoll, Kasia Heijerman, Marlou Spierts, Johanna Zychski, Maike Daemen, Mark Haenen, Hilka Ackermann, Ulrike Lehner, Sofie Ruytenberg, Zana Josipovic
- Specialist joinery: evo, van der plas
- Lighting consultant: RTLD lighting consultant
- General contractor: pbm
- Bar / restaurant: 325 sqm
- Duration construction: 4 years
- Opening October: 2017
Monday, November 6th, 2017
Article source: Philipp Architekten
The brief was to develop an innovative concept of modular buildings for the digital agency and creative consultancy LINGNER.COM, which is based in the listed Villa Mertz in Heilbronn.
The addition to the heritage villa creates a contrast between contemporary and historical architecture, Image Courtesy © José Campos
- Architects: Philipp Architekten
- Project: Mobile addition of office space
- Location: Heilbronn, Germany
- Photography: José Campos
- Client: Lingner Consulting New Media GmbH
- Completion: 2015
Sunday, November 5th, 2017
Article source: J. MAYER H.
The non-profit FOM University is Germany’s largest private university. With over 24 study centers in Germany and abroad, FOM university enrolls more than 21,000 working students, trainees and apprentices. The new building of the FOM University Düsseldorf provides the necessary space for the ever-increasing numbers of students.
Image Courtesy © David Franck
- Architects: J. MAYER H.
- Project: FOM University – New building for the FOM Hochschule
- Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
- Photography: David Franck, Patricia Parinejad
- Software used: ArchiCAD, InDesign, Photoshop
- Client: BildungsCentrum der Wirtschaft gemeinnuetzige GmbH (Education Center for Trade and Industry), Essen
- Partner in charge: Jürgen Mayer H., Hans Schneider
- Project team: Ana I. Alonso de la Varga, Mehrdad Mashaie, Wilko Hoffmann
- Architect on site: Starmans Architekturbuero, Aachen
- Structural engineer: Thomas & Boekamp Ingeniuergesellschaft mbH, Muenster
Wednesday, November 1st, 2017
Article source: Wannenmacher + Möller Architekten
The high demand for student housing is the reason for the initiation of this new development on the edge of Bielefeld’s city centre. It was only in 2009 that a new land use plan was approved for this area, prescribing two-story detached houses with sloping roofs for this location on a narrow building plot. Following on from this, the draft provides for the establishment of four detached houses, each with two floors and a stacked storey.
Image Courtesy © Wannenmacher + Möller Architekten
Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Article source: Studio Becher
Perched on the beautiful Branich hill in Schriesheim near Heidelberg, this music room with roof terrace for a violinist offers an unforgettable panorama of the Upper Rhine Valley and the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, with Speyer Cathedral in the far south, and Biblis nuclear power station in the north.
Image Courtesy © Studio Becher
- Architects: Studio Becher, London; Joachim Schuhmacher, Schriesheim (site architect)
- Project: A MUSIC ROOM
- Location: Schriesheim, Germany
- Structural engineer: Ingenieurbüro Thulke, Mannheim
- Timber construction: Georg Grüber, Schriesheim
- Windows and joinery: Armin Dremel, Schriesheim
- Render system: Vasco Pereira, Schriesheim
- Contract value: €90’000
- Gross internal area: 23m2
- Project duration: 2013-2015
Thursday, October 12th, 2017
Article source: Innermost
Innermost, with their eclectic and daring collections, represents for us all the best from British culture. When we met Steve, Russell and James, we immediately understood that by the strength of their pieces and their design diversity of their pieces (although of them connected at the same time), it was a company we were going to get along with very well.
- Architects: Innermost ( Stone Designs )
- Project: Stand Innermost 2014
- Location: Hesse, Germany
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
Article source: Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH
This ten-storey office building opened at the beginning of the 1990s as the ‘Lahmeyer-Haus’. Like many buildings from that time, the increasingly sophisticated demands of tenants and Frankfurt’s oversaturated business real estate market quickly rendered the building no longer competitive. It stood empty for many years until project developer Phoenix Real Estate recognised its attractive position in Frankfurt’s Westend and decided to completely gut and revitalise the building. Since Phoenix itself rents office space in the building for its Frankfurt branch, the brief was simple: “to build the best house in the respective market segment”. Our studio was commissioned to design the entrance lobby and the access and supply cores for all storeys, as well as interior architecture for two rented offices.
Image Courtesy © Zooey Braun
- Architects: Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH
- Project: Phoenix Real Estate Office
- Location: Frankfurt, Germany
- Photography: Dirk Matull, Zooey Braun
- Software used: Vectorworks, 3dS Max, sketch up
Monday, September 25th, 2017
Article source: Eva Herrmann Kommunikation Architektur
The design falls back on the type of courtyard development that is both suitable for giving the Paulaner headquarters an identifiable building and also for making reference to the history of the place and thus continuing the tradition of the former Zacherl brewery. Furthermore, it enables the creation of an administration building with various usages, flexibly mixed, and with variable, largely hierarchy-free occupancy, short distances and compact dimensions. The inner courtyard, as an expressive space and central point of the building, makes it a distinctive location.
Image Courtesy © Edzard Probst
- Architects: Hierl Architekten (Rudolf Hierl)
- Project: Paulaner Headquarter
- Location: Munich, Germany
- Photography: Edzard Probst
- Completion: 2017
- Software used: Vectorworks
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017
Article source: Herrmanns-Architekten
The task is to supplement the municipal kindergarten in Vallendar by 450 square meters with two groups and adjoining rooms. The cultivation is to be erected on a narrow area next to the old building.
Image Courtesy © Herrmanns-Architekten
- Architects: Herrmanns-Architekten (Prof. Henner Herrmanns with Hung Nguyen)
- Project: Kindergarten 9
- Location: Vallendar, Germany
Friday, September 8th, 2017
Article source: BOLLES+WILSON
In 2009 BOLLES+WILSON won the 1st prize for housing and a kindergarten on the site of the 1960ies St Sebastian Church. It was expected that the emblematic oval form of the church be demolished. Instead the kindergarten colonized the nave. It was opened in 2013 – a much published reuse with interior green weather protected play decks.
Image Courtesy © Roman Mensing
- Architects: BOLLES+WILSON (Prof. Julia Bolles-Wilson, Peter Wilson)
- Project: Housing at St. Sebastian Church
- Location: Hammer Straße 131-135, 48153 Münster, Deutschland, Germany
- Photography: Peter Wilson, Roman Mensing
- Client: Wohn+Stadtbau GmbH
- Construction Supervision: Klaus Kuchenbuch
- Project Leader: Christoph Lammers
- Building Costs: 7.7 Mio Euro