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KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, Germany
Contemporary German Architect Practice – former KSP Engel und Zimmermann
post updated 19 Mar 2023
KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten – Key Projects
19 Feb 2020
Hochhaus Riebeckplatz, Halle, Germany
The architectural design of the approximately 75 meter high office and hotel high-rise on Riebeckplatz in Halle was awarded first prize by the jury in the competition for this site.
image courtesy of architects office
Sebastian Schöll speech
On December 3rd, Sebastian Schöll gave a keynote speech at the Heuer Immobilien Dialog, which was held for the first time in Aschaffenburg.
Lichtblick Würzburg building
The architecture firm’s competition design for the “Lichtblick” residential district in Würzburg was awarded 3rd place. The four-part building ensemble stands in a heterogeneous environment and is surrounded by green.
MunaPark in Traunreut
The architecture office’s design for the MunaPark in Traunreut near Lake Chiemsee was awarded first prize. The task was to close an urban gap of 18,000 m² with buildings of various uses. This mix is intended to create a lively district from 2021.
Featured Buildings by KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, alphabetical:
ATMOS office building, Arnulfstrasse, Arnulfpark, Munich, Germany
Dates built: 2007-08
Astra Tower, Hamburg, Germany
Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp : Documentation & Information Centre, Germany
Date built: 2007
The Grand Egyptian Museum competition, nr Cairo, Egypt
Date built: 2003
Salzburg Arena, Salzburg, Austria
WestendDuo, Frankfurt, Germany
Date built: 2007-
pair of towers
More projects by this German architecture firm online very soon
Location: Frankfurt, Germany, northern Europe
KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten Practice Information
Architect studio based in Germany
Now renamed KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten.
The German design firm has five architect offices in Germany and one architect office in China.
The practice (formerly KSP Engel and Zimmermann Architects) is a German architecture firm with around 250 employees. It has branches in Braunschweig, Frankfurt / Main, Berlin, Munich, Beijing and Shenzhen.
German Architect – Architect Listings on the e-architect website
German Buildings Selection
German Architecture Designs – chronological list
Feuerstein Arena, Schierke, Harz district, Saxony-Anhalt
photo : Michael Moser
Feuerstein Arena Schierke
Historical Museum Exhibits, Frankfurt am Main, Hesse
picture Courtesy architecture office
Historical Museum Exhibits Frankfurt
Buildings / photos for the KSP Engel und Zimmermann Architecture page welcome