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ErHai hotel, Yunnan, China
Completion End of 2016


Completion: 2016-12
Client: private owner
rooms: 42
 




 




 
German Embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria
'asp' managed to beat renowned international competitors and won the bid for the design of the new German Embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Completion: 2020
Budget: 13.2 Mio. €
Gross floor area: 2.500 m²
Leistungszeit: 2014 - 2019
LPH: 1-9
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

 




 




 




 




 
Project galleryScharrena Stuttgart, Germany


Client: City of Stuttgart
Completed: April 2011
Gross floor area: 7.900 m²
Gross volume: 59.555 m³
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
 




 
Ice rink Weißwasser


Client: City of Weißwasser, Germany
Processing time: 2010-2013
 
Project galleryGüzelbiryer - Bursa, Turkey
in collaboration with db Mimarlik, Istanbul / Bünyamin Derman
The generously laid-out housing estate has been built in Bursa, which is Turkey´s fourth largest city. There are 28 blocks of flats on the estate with a total of 385 modern flats, in different sizes to suit all of the residents´ requirements.
The entire estate is integrated skilfully into the surroundings by means of the simple but expressive shape of the residential buildings. In addition, social facilities like an indoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and a cafe have been built for the residents.
The housing estate is suitable for families and it offers an extraordinarily large number of green spaces, which are laid out in the form of different thematic gardens.

www.güzelbiryer.com

Feasibility study: 2007
Client: Yapı Kredi Koray Real Estate Investment
Completion: Mai 2010 - 1st phase of construction
Budget: 58,0 Mio €
Gross floor area: 56.000 m²
Location: Bursa, Turkey
 
Project galleryHUK-COBURG arena


PPP project: 2009 - 1st Prize
Client: City of Coburg, Germany
Gross floor area: 7.700 m²
Gross volume: 62.000 m³
Location: Coburg, Germany
 
Project galleryCar park at the ICE train station in Limburg a.d. Lahn, Germany


Client: Stadtlinienverkehr der Kreisstadt Limburg a. d. Lahn
Completed: May 2013
Gross floor area: 15.506 m²
Capacity: 573
Location: Limburg a. d. Lahn, Germany
 
Project galleryEWS Arena Göppingen
The aim of the building work was to develop the Hohenstaufenhalle into a competitive, arena-style, multi-functional hall for the future. The spectator capacity was increased to a total of 5,500. A second sports hall for association and school sports was also planned.

Competition: 2007 - 1st Prize
Client: City of Göppingen, Germany
Completion: July 2009
Budget: 16,8 Mio €
Gross floor area: 13.200 m²
Gross volume: 64.000 m³
Location: Göppingen, Germany
 
Project galleryMulti functional hall Bietigheim-Bissingen
To create new playing areas on the DLW company´s premises for the ‘Steelers’ Ice Hockey Club and the ‘SG BBM’ Handball Club the town of Bietigheim-Bissingen comissioned a feasibility study. The entire complex comprises a multi-functional hall (5,000 spectators, based on the ice sports rink), an ice sports training hall, a handball training hall, a fitness centre and a multi-storey car park.
The successor to the individual independent parts of the utilities and buildings will be integrated into a building complex - but designed independently in extent and height - above a curved plinth at the development´s level and ‘laid out’ next to the railway embankment. The new multi-functional hall forms the well-defined and dominant centre of the entire complex, which meets the passengers arriving at the railway station as well as those emerging from the underpass on the B27 highway. A generous ramp guides the visitors parallel to the multi-functional hall onto the plinth level.

Feasibility study: 2009
Client: City of Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany
Gross floor area: 27.915 m²
Gross volume: 178.710 m³
Location: Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany
 
Project galleryHotel Park Novum, Solingen
A hotel with 100 rooms, a conference area and health spa is being planned for the town of Solingen in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, which is famous for its metalworking and exhibition centre.The business hotel in the 4 star category is situated directly next to Solingen´s main railway station. The hotel is tailored to suit businesspeople from Cologne and Düsseldorf, because it is situated half way between  the two on the Inter-City Express railway line.
The main body of the building is graduated in height in order to fit in with the small town´s surroundings and its length is subdivided into three components, which are staggered against each other laterally.
The windows are the characteristic element of the courtyard´s façade, which are south-facing and unfold from the façade. The ground floor is turned away from the line of the building and this gesture draws visitors into the lobby. The restaurant on the ground floor opens onto a garden terrace in the planted inner courtyard.

Client: STERN Real Estate GmbH
Gross floor area: 6.725 m²
Gross volume: 19.000 m³
Location: Solingen, Germany
 
Project galleryMercedes-Benz Arena Stuttgart
Mercedes-Benz Arena, home ground of German major league football club VfB Stuttgart, will be transformed into a football-only facility during the next months. Construction work kicks off with the lowering of the playing field and demolition of the “Untertürkheimer Kurve” grandstand. The main and opposite grandstands will be extended towards the playing field bringing the spectators closer to the action. All work will be carried out while regular match day operations continue.
The next step includes rebuilding the “Untertürkheimer Kurve” grandstand as a two-tier structure at minimum distance to the playing field. With additional business and VIP areas this section of the stadium is an integral part of the overall transformation into a state-of-the-art football arena. Integrated into the “Untertürkheimer Kurve” structure is a 2,000 spectator sports-hall. The sports-hall has a separate access and can be operated independently of the stadium.
As soon as “Untertürkheimer Kurve” grandstand opens for spectators work will commence at legendary “Cannstatter Kurve” grandstand on the other side. Almost directly behind the goal-line a two-tier structure with a large standing terrace for VfB supporters will rise. Even a supporter's sports bar is included.
Throughout the construction phase a 40,000 spectator capacity will be maintained. Eventually the stadium will hold 60,000 spectators during league-matches when work is finished.
The membrane roof of Mercedes-Benz Arena will be extended accordingly in order to further on keep almost all spectators out of the rain.

www.mercedes-benz-arena.de

Client: City of Stuttgart, Germany
Budget: 63,5 Mio €
Gross floor area: 57.144 m²
Gross volume: 176.800 m³
 
Project galleryThe ‘Lokomotive Mezdra’ Stadium
The first real football stadium for 17,500 Bulgarian spectators is planned to be built on the previous training and sports site of the ‘Lokomotive Mezdra’ sports club. 
The stadium´s unique site is bounded by a wooded slope in the north and by the River Iskar in the south; it also closes off the river valley. 
The roof´s shape opens towards the west in a welcoming gesture and it attracts the spectators into the stadium. The stadium´s interior can be experienced far away already from the pedestrian´s perspective and the atmosphere in the arena is noticeable. 
The roof´s overall shape wraps itself around the stadium: it lowers itself in the area of the rear gate´s stand in the east and adapts itself to the tribune´s lower height. The reference to the dramatic landscape is emphasized as a result.
The stand´s individual components are anchored onto the site as sweeping, heavy ‘concrete sculptures‘, over which the aerodynamically shaped, light-weight roof floats. 



Client: Lokomotive Mezdra
Gross floor area: 12.800 m²
Gross volume: 42.000 m³
 
Project galleryBeiHua Yuan City Development Beijing/ China
in collaboration with Rainer Schmidt Landschaftsarchitekten and energydesign asia / Prof. Norbert Fisch


Client: Beijing Guo Rui Investment Co. Ltd.
Gross floor area: 637.900 m²
 
Office Building SICK Engineering Dresden 2<sup>nd</sup> PhaseOffice Building SICK Engineering Dresden 2nd Phase



 
Project galleryTürk Telekom Arena Istanbul
Galatasaray Sports Club’s new Istanbul football stadium is located on the European side of the Turkish metropolis.
The stadium will belong to the prestigious UEFA Five Star/Elite Stadium category. It holds 52,230 spectators; VIP facilities include 150 sky-boxes. The stadium features a retractable roof – the first of its kind in Turkey – and a 3,000 vehicle underground garage.
The topography of the sloped site with a level difference of up to 60 meters from one end to the other posed a particular challenge. Special foundation measures were necessary – especially for the large “super-columns” that support the roof structure.
Construction work is well underway. Opening is scheduled for the end of 2010.

www.seyrantepesporkompleksi.com
www.aslantepe.biz

Client: TOKI (Housing Development Administration of Turkey)
Completed: 2010
Budget: 128.0 Mio €
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
 
Parking Garage at Leuze Spa, Stuttgart
The car park is accessible by the western roadway through the already existing gate. The car park follows the reliable and very economical inner traffic system of split levels.
The location at the western and eastern end walls allows an undisturbed building structure with a clear grid using the very economical steel-composite construction system, which on the other hand makes a relative short construction time possible.
The always difficult integration of a car park into a naturally dominated environment shall be optimized through the consciously used simplicity
in the design of the facades (example multi-storey car park of the Gottlieb Daimler Stadium) or rather through facade greenery.

Client: City of Stuttgart Cure and Bathing Facilities, Germany
Completed:2007
Budget: 2,9 Mio €
Gross floor area: 6.300 m²
Gross volume: 19.500 m³
Capacity: 277
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
 
Project galleryGottlieb-Daimler-Stadium 2006 FIFA World Cup
When the FIFA 2006 World Cup is held in Germany, Stuttgart's Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadium will be one of the most technically advanced stadia in the country.
Modernization includes complete demolition and reconstruction of the north grandstand, refurbishment of the stadium concourse and new technical equipment. Additional program requirements included new catering facilities, additional restrooms and new locker and storage rooms. The interior of the new north grandstand houses a five level building that also serves as load-bearing structure for a new upper tier.
The north grandstand building is literally the keystone for an enhanced functionality of Gottlieb-
Daimler-Stadium. Particularly the new second level food-court improves visitor convenience.
The new upper tier provides 2150 attractive new seats close to the playing field and serves as a visual counterpart to the upper tier of the existing main grandstand.

Commission through VOF contract negotiation 2002
Client: City of Stuttgart
Completed: 2006
Budget: 58.0 Mio €
Gross floor area: 20,000 m²
Gross volume: 63,200 m³
Location: Mercedesstraße 87, 70372 Stuttgart
 
Project galleryPorsche Arena Stuttgart and Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Hall Renovation
The City of Stuttgart adds a new sports and concert venue to the “Cannstatter Wasen” fairground and stadium campus. The existing Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Hall is refurbished simultaneously.
Porsche Arena has a 6,500 seat capacity and offers a wide array of concession stands and VIP facilities. A common lobby connects the arena  with the adjacent Schleyer Hall.

Competition: 1999 – 3rd prize
Client: Objektgesellschaft Schleyer-Halle und Neue Arena Gmbh & Co KG
Completed: 2006
Budget: 31,16 Mio €
Gross floor area: 21.000 m²
Gross volume: 168.000 m³
Location: Mercedesstraße 69, 70372 Stuttgart
 
Project gallery212 istanbul - power outlet
in collaboration with db Mimarlik, Istanbul / Bünyamin Derman
The new Shopping Mall 212 istanbul - power outlet creates 70,000m² of prime retail space in the heart of the rapidly developing Istanbul media district. The development includes two fifty-story high-rise apartment buildings offering a total of 125,000m² usable floor space.
The design concept divides the total building mass into bands of differing width. The irregularly folded roofs are designed as green roof-gardens open to the public. The Shopping Center offers large-area retail spaces like a supermarket and a home improvement retailer as well as small shops and upscale boutiques, a multiplex cinema, food-courts and various family entertainment facilities.
The complex interior is organized as a “city within the city” creating a complete shopping experience for the visitor – not just a series of retail outlets. Large media screens project random samples of the vibrant interior life to the outside.

Competition: 2006 – 1st prize
Client: Akin Holding A.S.
Completion: 2009
Gross floor area: 168,000m²
Gross volume: 670,000m³
 
Park and Ride Garage at Bottrop Main StationPark and Ride Garage at Bottrop Main Station



 
Corporate Cafeteria SICK AG Waldkirch
The new cafeteria is an integral part of the expanding corporate campus of SICK AG in Waldkirch near Freiburg. The cafeteria’s single-storey pavillion relates to the existing direction of internal traffic flow on the premises whereas the integrated multi-story office structure merges with the pavillion at a 45 degree angle and thus picks up the direction of the new development axis.
The open space framed by the new and the existing cafeteria and the production buildings G and F will become an attractive outdoor meeting area and also serve as outside dining area for both cafeterias. Another outside deck will be located on the south-western side of the new cafeteria offering a splendid view over the nearby Dettenbach natural preserve.

Client: SICK AG
Completed: 2006
Gross floor area: 4.300 m²
Gross volume: 19.300 m³
Location: Sebastian-Kneipp-Straße, 79183 Waldkirch
 
Project galleryDubai Central Library
The client, Dubai Municipality, strives to develop a central library of international format with a significance that reaches beyond the borders of the Emirate of Dubai. The new library’s holdings will include about 1,700,000 volumes. 300,000 to 400,000 volumes will be available in the library's open-access section. Book handling and information systems will reflect the latest technological developments.
Planning is progressing rapidly ever since Dubai Municipality revealed the winning design in January 2006. The planning consortium of 'asp' Architekten Stuttgart, Obermeyer Planen+Beraten Munich and ACG Architecture Consulting Group developed the Preliminary Design in record time, addressing the clients various needs and issues for such an ambitious project.
In the meantime options are discussed of relocating the building site from the initially proposed location at Lake Al-Mamzar to the prestigious Business Bay in downtown Dubai which indeed would be a suitable location for a cultural institution of this scale.

Competition: 2005 – 1st prize
Client: Dubai Municipality
Gross floor area: 43,700 m²
Gross volume: 220,000 m³
 
Offices and Production Facility SICK AG WaldkirchOffices and Production Facility SICK AG Waldkirch



 
Project galleryEWE Arena Oldenburg
The new EWE Arena Oldenburg is an integral part of the “Weser-Ems-Halle” exhibition center. The arena is the cornerstone for a complete redevelopment of the exhibition center's previously neglected southern part.
Depending on the type of event the arena has a 3000-4000 spectator capacity. Events to be hosted include major league basketball and handball games as well as concerts and stage productions.
A remarkable feature of the building is the moveable photovoltaic rig that is integrated into the facade of the spectator concourse. Since opening in June 2005 the building already received numerous prestigious awards:

- BDA (Association of German Architects) Award Lower Saxony 2006 – Short list
- Federal Photovoltaic Award 2006
- German Solar Award 2006 – Distinction
- Cityscape Award of the City of Oldenburg 2006

Competition: 2003 – 1st prize
Client: City of Oldenburg
Completed: 2005
Budget: 8.9 Mio €
Gross floor area: 8,500 m²
Gross volume: 57,000 m³
Location: Straßburger Straße, 26123 Oldenburg
 




 
Offices and Production Facility SICK Engineering DresdenOffices and Production Facility SICK Engineering Dresden



 
Project galleryOffice Building and Masterplan for SICK AG Reute
This office building with an adjoining corporate cafeteria is the cornerstone of the new business location of SICK AG in Reute. In may/june of 2001 a corporate master plan was conceived that identifies longterm strategies for future expansion.
In order to balance environmental, economical and user-specific factors a four-storey office structure was devised that will be realised in three construction phases on the west side of the site.
The building’s innovative air-conditioning system incorporates a heatpump system that uses thermal energy of local ground water for heating and cooling purposes thus reducing energy costs for mechanical heating and cooling.

Client: SICK AG
Completed: 2004
Gross floor area: 3,400 m²
Gross volume: 13,000 m³
Location: Nimburger Straße, 79276 Reute
 
Competition entryBozen Library Center
Bozen Library Center combines several library institutions for the trilingual region and a cultural center under one roof. The new library’s holdings will include about 1,100,000 volumes. It is expected to attract about 400,000 visitors per year.
The rapid development of information technology challenged the traditional concept of the library considerably. The library as an institution is supposed to be a center for different media, information, education and cultural exchange, as well as a meeting point in the city.
The design concept seeks to define the library center as a vital part of its urban context. It is an autonomous building that does not conceal its purpose but rather becomes a distinct part of public life through its inviting transparency. The building opens up towards the city and thus becomes part of it.

Competition: 2004 – 3rd round
Client: Autonomous Province of Bozen, South Tyrol
 
Leipzig Arena Indoor Athletics Stadium
The Arena is located northwest of downtown Leipzig close to the “Zentralstadion” soccer stadium. Arena Leipzig serves as olympic training center for numerous athletic disciplines and is the home of several sports clubs. In addition all kinds of large-scale sports and entertainment events are hosted here.
The buildings mass is oriented at right angle to “Jahn Allee” boulevard and establishes connections in all directions. The decision to place the program's two minor sports halls at ground level at the front end of the building allows to build an entrance hall that continues the direction of “Gustav-Adolf-Strasse” coming from downtown.
This layout facilitates visitor orientation and automatically guides even particularly large crowds during major events towards the entrance.

Competition: 1995 – 1st prize
Client: City of Leipzig
Completed: 2002
Budget: 41.4 Mio €
Gross floor area: 22,000 m²
Gross volume: 217,500 m³
Location: Am Sportforum, 04105 Leipzig
 
DaimlerChrysler Sindelfingen Expansion Masterplan
DaimlerChrysler invited five renowned architectural firms to develop design proposals to accomodate future growth of their Sindelfingen research and production facilities near Stuttgart.
The expansion of the 40,000 employee facilitiy towards the undeveloped area termed “Südlicher Mittelpfad” north of the existing plant had to be environmentally friendly and sensitive to the local microclimate.
The concept proposes a linear “science-city” that can freely expand to the east and to the west respecting the natural preserve north of it. At the transition from structure to landscape a sense of spatial transparency becomes tangible.
The southern edge of the development marks the conclusion of the inhomogenous texture of the existing plant and redefines the streetscape of the “Calwer Strasse” thoroughfare. A high-rise office building becomes the edificial and social focal point of the new development. All major connections converge here.


 
Offices and Warehouse Winkler Automotive Technology LudwigsburgOffices and Warehouse Winkler Automotive Technology Ludwigsburg



 
Distribution Centre SICK AG Waldkirch
The new distribution centre on the SICK AG main campus in Waldkirch near Freiburg comprises a fully-automated high rack warehouse directly connected to the adjacent production lines.
Additional offices and workshops are lined up in an L-shape along the sides of the three main warehouse halls.
From an architectural point of view the distribution centre defines the south-west edge of the SICK AG campus, from a functional point of view it marks the logical conclusion of the production chain.

Client: SICK AG
Completed: 2002
Gross floor area: 10,800 m²
Gross volume: 73,500 m³
Location: Stahlhofstraße, 79183 Waldkirch
 
Project galleryLa Ferté Bridge, Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen
German Bridge Design Award 2006
The La Ferté Bridge is an important pedestrian and cyclist connection across a busy four-lane road with tramway tracks in the middle. It links a residential neighborhood to important local infrastructure like the school complex, public festival-ground and the local swimming pool.
The site conditions with a steep slope on one side of the road and a flat public park on the other were essential for the design of this asymmetrical bridge. The bridge has an even slope and curvature. It is supported by six slender columns. Instead of walking the gently sloped cyclist's ramp pedestrians can use a steel staircase in the middle of the bridge as a convenient shortcut.
The bridge is part of the surrounding landscape without producing a sharp divide or obstructing views.

Competition: 1999 – 1st prize
Structural Design: Peter und Lochner, Stuttgart
Client: City of Stuttgart
Completed: 2001
Budget: 1.4 Mio €
Length: 118.5 m
Clear span: 28.5 m
Location: Haldenrainstraße, 70437 Stuttgart
 
VIP-Parking Garage Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadium StuttgartVIP-Parking Garage Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadium Stuttgart
Award for Building Excellence in Stuttgart 1997-2001
The parking garage is situated south of the stadium, aligned with the stadium middle axis. A glass bridge leads visitors to the main entrance building.
Slender floorslabs and translucent wire-mesh cladding are the main design elements. The structure is not a dominant building but a light object embedded in the surrounding parks. The load-bearing structure is dimensioned for future addition of another level.

Client: City of Stuttgart
Completed: 2001
Budget: 5.2 Mio €
Gross floor area: 24,300 m²
Gross volume: 56,600 m³
Location: Mercedesstraße 86, 70372 Stuttgart

 
Project galleryF. Kirchhoff AG Headquarters in Leinfelden-Echterdingen
The new corporate headquarters of Kirchhoff Roadwork and Construction Company is located on the perimeter of a mixed-use residential area in Leinfelden-Echterdingen near Stuttgart. Together with the adjacent apartment complex the building shields the residential area from the noise of the nearby motorway.
The design is a composition of two structures, a four-story office building and a conference center (the “Cube”) in front of it, linked by a spacious, glazed lobby. The office buildings corridor zone is widening up by 7° creating a non-rectangular plan with offices to both sides of the corridor and a service area in the middle that accommodates communication areas, pantries and washrooms.
The solid appearance of the lower three stories of the office building is topped off by a recessed penthouse level and roof-deck. Reception area and lobby have a representative character and also serve as exhibition- and communication space. The elevated “Cube” houses two levels of multi-functional meeting and conference rooms, linked to the office building with bridges.

Competition: 1998 – 1st prize
Client: Cosima Grundstücksverwaltungs GmbH
Completed: 2001
Budget: 7.7 Mio €
Gross floor area: 6,600 m²
Gross volume: 25,300 m³
Location: Esslinger Straße 1, 70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen
 
Development Masterplan SICK AG Waldkirch
SICK AG based in Waldkirch near Freiburg is one of the world's leading manufacturers of sensors and sensor systems for industrial applications.
Focal point of the restructuring will be be the new central plaza that defines the entrance to the premises. The new corporate headquarters including conference facilities and corporate cafeteria will be erected here.
New administrative buildings will be aligned along a central axis of development. A revitalised brook improves the recreational quality of the outside space and connects the development to the surrounding landscape.


 
Corporate Headquarters SICK AG Waldkirch
The new corporate headquarters of SICK AG in Waldkirch is designed to be the cornerstone for future development and the new focal point of the entire corporate campus.
The new masterplan layout proposes a central axis of development of four office structures that will be erected in succesive construction stages as well as a new parking structure and additional production facilities.


Client: SICK AG
At planning stage
Gross floor area: 12,000 m²
Gross volume: 40,000 m³
Location: Sebastian-Kneipp-Straße, 79183 Waldkirch

 
Saarbrücken Airport Terminal
Saarbrücken Airport is a regional air traffic-hub of major importance for the federal state of Saarland and its European neighbors.
The new terminal is designed to handle arrivals, departures and baggage-handling for an annual capacity of 700,000 passengers. Additional services offered include a car-rental, travel-agencies and a food-court.
Foto: F. Rümmele
Competition: 1998 – 1st prize
Client: Flughafen Saarbrücken Besitzgesellschaft mbH
Completed: 2001
Budget: 11,8 Mio €
Gross floor area: 10,000 m²
Gross volume: 55,000 m³
Location: Airport, 66131 Saarbrücken
 
Project galleryStuttgart Airport Office
The project is part of the largest infrastructure expansion and modernization program at Stuttgart Airport to date. The design was the winning scheme in a 1992 competition.
The scope of the competition went beyond the office building, technical infrastructure and passenger parking garage actually realised later on and included the design of a conference center, a shopping mall and an underground railway station.
Stuttgart Airport Office contains administrative offices for several airlines as well as the airport headquarters of Customs and the Federal German Border Guard. Conference- and classrooms as well as holding cells were planned to suit the particular requirements of police and border guard.

Competition: 1992 – 1st prize
Client: Stuttgart Airport
Completed: 2001
Budget: 20.5 Mio €
Gross floor area: 10,000 m²
Gross volume: 40,000 m³
Location: Stuttgart Airport
 
project imagesP2/P4 Parking Garage at Stuttgart Airport
The design of this 4,000-space parking garage corresponds to the airport terminal's architectural features (height, orientation, geometry and material palette) in order to create an integrated ensemble.
The independant and non-intersecting organization of vehicular and pedestrian traffic was a primary design objective.
Prominent architectural features such as spiral-ramps, glass elevators, glazed canopies and a fountain facilitate orientation and create an attractive promenade that becomes the backbone for further development.
The facility reflects transparancy and openness, designed with easy orientation and convenience in mind.

Competition: 1992 – 1st prize
Client: INULA Grundstücksverwaltungs GmbH represented by Stuttgart Airport
Completed: 1998
Budget: 102.3 Mio €
Gross floor area: 145.000 m²
Gross volume: 435.000 m³
Location: Stuttgart Airport
Awards: BDA-Award 1999, ADAC Award “Visitor-friendly parking garage”
 
Commercial building in downtown Stuttgart
The building commissioned by DEKA Immobilien Invest Real Estate Development provides 15.000m² of prime office and retail space in downtown Stuttgart.
In compliance with the city's design guidelines the building maintains the proportions and appearance of the historic “Hahn & Kolb Building” from the 1920's which originally stood on the site.
The result is a modern mixed-use building with a facade that takes its inspiration from a historic predecessor and recreates its appearance by contemporary means.

Client: DEKA Immobilien Invest – Real Estate Development
Completed: 1997
Budget: 20.7 Mio €
Gross floor area: 15,000 m²
Gross volume: 54,000 m³
Location: Königstraße 14, 70173 Stuttgart
 
Project galleryGerman National Library Frankfurt am Main
The German National Library Frankfurt is the central archival library and the national bibliographical centre of the Federal Republic of Germany. In concert with the German Library Leipzig and the Berlin Musical Archive the German National Library Frankfurt meets all demands of a national library. In Frankfurt every publication of german language literature after 1913 is collected and catalogued. Every branch is assigned a special focus. In Frankfurt it is the advancement of information- and communication technology. This includes development and maintenance of the central catalogue database. Furthermore the German Exile Archive 1933 - 1945 is located in the Frankfurt branch.

Competition: 1st phase 1981/82 – 2nd prize
Competition: 2nd phase 1983/84 – 1st prize
Architects: Arat – Kaiser – Kaiser
Client: Federal Republic of Germany
Completed: 1997
Budget: 118.1 Mio €
Gross floor area: 77,000 m²
Gross volume: 293,000 m³
Location: Adickesallee 1, 60322 Frankfurt/Main
 
Office Building for DESPA in Frankfurt/Main
The “Phoenix House” office building in Frankfurt/Main Nieder-Eschbach is a multi-use office building offering full spatial flexibility for all sorts of service enterprises.
The cross-shaped plan layout allows for individual subdivision of the floor space according to the tenants needs. At ground-level extra service- and storage areas are available to the tenants.
The cafeteria pavillion in front of the building rounds off the services offered at this prime business location.

Competition: 1995 – 1st prize
Client: DESPA – Deutsche Sparkassen Immobilien Anlage GmbH
Completed: 1997
Budget: 20.5 Mio €
Gross floor area: 22,500 m²
Gross volume: 62,800 m³
Location: Berner Straße, 60437 Frankfurt/Main
 
Hautana Residential Development Böblingen
The development consists of 5 buildings with 117 appartments and 3.400m² of commercial floor space. Appartments range from 1 to 4-bedrooms in size plus 31 appartments specifically designed with the needs of senior citizens in mind. Commercial use comprises retail, offices and a medical practice.
The 5 buildings are arranged on the site in a u-shape around a landscaped garden with a pond at the center. The common garden is easily accessible from each building's central stairway and entrance area.
The development is well integrated into its surrounding urban fabric. Its energy conscious design complies with the highest environmental standards. The development's density is a good example for economical use of space in an urban context without compromising quality of living.

Competition: 1990 – 1st prize
Client: Böblinger Baugesellschaft mbH
Completed: 1995
Budget: 30.7 Mio €
Gross floor area: 21,300 m²
Gross volume: 76,000 m³
Location: Wilhelmstraße/Karlstraße, 71034 Böblingen
Awards: BDA-Award 1996, Wüstenrot Foundation Design Award 1995
 
Office Building SICK AG Waldkirch
These office buildings were erected in two phases and complement the existing office structures originally designed for SICK AG by Siegel – Wonneberg and Partners in the 1960s. The ensembles distinct shape marks the entrance to the SICK AG main campus in Waldkirch.

Client: SICK AG
Completed: 1st phase 1990 / 2nd phase 1998
Gross floor area: 1st ph. 5.400 m² / 2nd ph. 3.400 m²
Gross volume: 1st ph. 19.000 m³ / 2nd ph. 11.760 m³
Location: Sebastian-Kneipp-Straße, 79183 Waldkirch