The Thermal Baths and Spa in Bad Aibling, designed by Behnisch Architekten, completed in 2007. From the beginning, the facility was very popular with visitors, so the client desired additional floorspace, particularly more room for relaxation and resting areas.
Based on a design by HENN, the listed building, which was the brainchild of the architects Walther and Bea Betz, underwent energetic restoration and comprehensive restructuring of the interior rooms.
The project’s urban planning requirements mandated economical, sustainable, and flexible buildings, whose programming could also accommodate a future conversion–for instance–into residential spaces. ‘Am Hirschgarten’ therefore constitutes four horseshoe-shaped buildings, each with a plinth of six to seven stories.
The New Ergolding Secondary School, Germany, design by Projektarbeitsgemeinschaft Behnisch Architekten Architekturbüro Leinhäupl + Neuber, within a far-stretching natural and artificial landscape. It provides the much needed secondary school capacities to the region around the Bavarian town of Ergolding, close to Landshut.
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.
In the “Memory of Evangelical Bavaria”, the Church is archiving – amongst many other original documents – letters by Martin Luther and documents by popes and emperors, as well as numerous historically important books and paintings. The State Church archive has been designed to include passive air conditioning of the archives.
The new Museum of Bavarian history is a didactic sculpture in urban space narrating the past and future, rooted in the traditions of the preceding and coming generations.
The architecture of the complex cultural museum / Bavariathek the city of Regensburg is projected to be the city with the intention, a city that is a place of passage, the self-generating life is excellent (Walter Benjamin, The Arcades factory).
A ceremony has been held today, attended by German Culture Minister, Mrs Wanka; the Mayor of Munich, Mr Ude; Lord Foster and Dr Helmut Friedl, Director of the Lenbachhaus Museum, to mark the completion of a major project to transform the experience for visitors.
The 2012 UEFA Champions League Final was the first Champions League Final to be held in the Allianz Arena. The Champions League Final was between English club Chelsea and Bayern Munich of Germany.
House N: It was allowed to be made of concrete, however, with a pleasant atmosphere and not too cold. The plot was steep and narrow, with spectacular views. Far protruding balconies function as excellent lookouts and blend out the surroundings.
BMW Welt Munich building, Bavaria, southwest Germany – design by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU received Dedalo Minosse International Prize for commissioning a building, for this innovative building.
The Bilger Breustedt Elementary and Secondary school is open to nature with bright, sunny and spacious classrooms, and well-defined and readable outdoor function areas.
Siemens Munich HQ building: with its highly innovative project, Henning Larsen Architects has won the international architectural competition for Siemens’ global headquarters in Munich, Germany.
Schondorf House: Lake Ammersee residence, Bavaria, southwest Germany, design by Bembé Dellinger Architekten: A house with complex functional sequences, a framed view of the sculptural landscape.
schmidt hammer lassen architects wins the architectural competition to design an approx. 40,000 m2 5-star hotel complex in Munich, in the southern part of Germany
The Frankenstadion is currently known as the Grundig-Stadion for sponsorship purposes. This German football stadium is located next to the Zeppelinfeld. It also neighbors the new Nuremberg Arena.
The Brandhorst Museum was opened in Munich on May 21, 2009. It displays about 200 exhibits from collection of modern art of the heirs of the Henkel trust Udo Fritz-Hermann and Anette Brandhorst.