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Ingenhoven Architects, Germany
Contemporary German Architect Practice, Europe: Design Firm Info + News
8 Oct 2017
Ingenhoven Architects News
The high-density building complex with its mix of uses extends to over 400,000 square meters and, with its group of four high-rise buildings, defines the “Green Heart”—a public space extending over several stories. This three-dimensional green oasis reflects the diversity of tropical flora.
Daniel Swarovski Corporation, Switzerland
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Daniel Swarovski Corporation
The transparent office building for 500 employees of the Swarovski Corporation is situated in the East side of Lake Zurich, 19 kilometres away from the city of Zurich, in the village of Männedorf. The main focus of the design is the view of the lake, the transparency of the façade as well as the arrangement of the work places.
Ingenhoven Architects – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Ingenhoven Architekten, alphabetical:
Burda Medien Park, Offenburg, Germany
European Investment Bank, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Lufthansa Aviation Centre, Frankfurt Airport, Germany
Medien-Hafen Buildings, Düsseldorf, Germany
Frank Gehry, Steven Holl, Ingenhoven Overdiek, Claude Vasconi, David Chipperfield Architects; buildings coming soon by JSK, Jo Coenen, Fumihiko Maki
Space, Sydney, Australia
138m high, 30 storeys
office tower: elliptical-plan double-skinned skyscraper
Tour Signal, La Défense, Paris, France
Shortlist of 5
Christophe Ingenhoven : Tour Signal Paris
More projects by Ingenhoven Architects online soon
Location: Düsseldorf, Germany, western Europe
Architects Practice Information
Architect office based in Düsseldorf, Germany
ingenhoven architects was founded in 1985 and is one of the pioneers of sustainable architecture, having won numerous competitions and awards. Using the term supergreen®, ingenhoven architects pursues a comprehensive sustainability concept.
The architecture practice develops and builds projects of any size and typology in almost all parts of the world—all in accordance with the highest green building standards such as those of LEED, Green Star, BREEAM, DGNB, and CASBEE. In 1997, the practice achieved international recognition with the RWE tower in Essen, one of the world’s first ecological high-rise buildings.
Since 1997, ingenhoven architects has been designing the Stuttgart 21 underground railway station. A number of award-winning high-rise building projects were completed in Singapore, Japan, and Australia. At its head office at Düsseldorf’s port, the practice employs about 90 architects, draftsmen, and model builders of 20 nationalities. In addition, the practice maintains international branches in Zurich, Sydney, Singapore, and Santa Clara (CA).
1960 born in Düsseldorf
RWTH Aachen – architecture
Academy of Arts Düsseldorf – architecture
Tutor: Professor Hans Hollein
Ingenhoven Architects director from 1985
Stuttgart Highspeed Railway Station, Germany
Design: Frei Otto with Christoph Ingenhoven
Architecture practice formerly known as Ingenhoven Overdiek Kahlen und Partner.
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