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German Convention Centre Buildings

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post updated 13 Feb 2021

German Convention Centres

Key Architecture Projects online, alphabetical:

The Adolf Würth Cultural & Congress Centre, Künzelsau-Gaisbach
Date built: 2007
Design: David Chipperfield Architects
Concert & Event hall; museum, chamber music hall & congress hall; seminar centre, library, sculpture garden
International Competition winners – 2007

Congress Hall: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, Tiergarten, Berlin
Dates built: 1956-57
Design: Hugh Stubbins, Düttmann and Mocken
German Convention Centres - Haus der Kulturen der Welt
photo © Adrian Welch
Das Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Nicknamed ’Pregnant Oyster’, formerly titled Benjamin-Franklin-Halle
Built by USA for International Building Exhibition in 1957

Düsseldorf Exhibition Center
Date built: –
Design: Gerkan, Marg & Partners Architekten

Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin
The Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin (abbreviated ICC Berlin), located in the Westend locality of the Berlin borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, is one of the largest conference centres in the world. It is used for conventions, theatrical productions and concerts. In April 2014 it was closed in order to remove asbestos contamination, and remains closed as of 2020.

German Congress Hall Architecture welcome

Location: Germany, western Europe

Architecture in Germany

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Stuttgart Stadium

German architect – Marcel Breuer

German Architecture Awards : RIBA European Awards 2006
Federal Environment Agency Dessau + Frieder Burda Collection Museum

German Architects – Gerkan, Marg & Partners

German Shopping Centres

Kö-Bogen – mixed-use development, Düsseldorf, Germany
Design: Studio Daniel Libeskind
Kö-Bogen
image : Rendering – Archimation
Kö-Bogen Düsseldorf

Kolorium, Speditionstrasse, Medien-Hafen
Design: Alsop Architects
Medien-Hafen Buildings by Frank Gehry, Steven Holl, Ingenhoven Overdiek, Claude Vasconi, David Chipperfield Architects ; buildings coming soon by JSK, Jo Coenen, Fumihiko Maki

Neue Zollhof office complex
Design: Frank Gehry Architects
Neue Zollhof
photo © webbaviation

The Stadttor
Design: Ingenhoven Overdiek and Partners
The Stadttor
photo © webbaviation

AMI Fair Stand – 2004
Design: Caramel Architekten with fritz stiper
Düsseldorf Fair Stand German Convention Centres
photo : caramel
Düsseldorf Fair Stand

Düsseldorf Harbour
Design: Eric Owen Moss

German Architects – Behnisch Architects

German Stadium Buildings – Football Arena architecture

Feuerstein Arena, Schierke, Harz district, Saxony-Anhalt
Architects: GRAFT
Feuerstein Arena in Schierke German Convention Centres
photo : Michael Moser
Feuerstein Arena Schierke
At the foot of the Harz Mountains a historic ice stadium has been renovated. In 2013, GRAFT won the European architecture tendering for the reactivation of the former natural ice stadium and convinced the jury with their unique roof construction.

James Simon Galerie, Berlin
Design: David Chipperfield Architects
James Simon Galerie Berlin - German architecture
photo © Ute Zscharnt for David Chipperfield Architects
James Simon Galerie

Buildings / photos for the German Convention Centres Architecture page welcome