Tidings - April 18, 2019
First prize in the design competition for a new town hall at the S-Bahn station in Bergisch Gladbach, in cooperation with Auer Weber Assoziierte
The city of Bergisch Gladbach intends to accommodate parts of its administration and the municipal library in a new building ...
Opening of the BUGA Heilbronn 2019
Tidings - 04/17/2019
Tidings - Feb. 14, 2019
On 14 February, the state capital Munich, FC Bayern Basketball, SAP and Red Bull presented the winning design for a new multifunctional sports arena on the site of the former Olympic velodrome in Munich’s Olympic park: In cooperation with 3XN from Copenhagen, LATZ+PARTNER ...
Emmeline Pankhurst statue unveiled on St Peter's Square
Tidings - 01/16/2019
Tidings - June 23, 2018
In the course of Architectours 2018 the Bavarian Chamber of Architects will introduce our Heckenstaller Park project in Munich on Saturday, 23 June 2018 from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Tidings - June 6, 2018
On five days and at various locations in Antwerp, the team BUUR, Latz+Partner, S333 and Greisch and the other five design teams presented their plans for capping the ring to the public.
For nine months, six design teams worked on their vision for the ...
Tidings - 06/09/2018
Tidings - June 1, 2018
Official opening of Crystal Garden in London
The London Festival of Architecture 2018 will host an opening party for Crystal Garden.
The “roof park” is a prominent feature of the redeveloped office building in Fenchurch Avenue, which forms part of the urban open space. ...
Tidings - May 24, 2018
1st prize for the “Sinterbeckenplatz“ competition in collaboration with the Luxembourg-based architects Metaform.
Sinterbeckenplatz is the centrepiece of the Belval Square Mile area. A loop connects the two cooling basins at the former sinter plant. It symbolises the revitalisation of the past industrial site and ...
Tidings - Feb. 13, 2018
Work on the walkway at the Mühldorfer Hart Memorial site has started.
The bunker building site in a woodland near the Upper Bavarian town of Mühldorf claimed more than 5,000 lives at the end of World War II; it was the second largest satellite camp ...