News & Views

18.08.2022

KAP Podcast: How is atmosphere created?

KAP sees itself as a platform for a community from art and culture, science and research that is interested in history(s), contexts and backgrounds. Birgit, Nicola and Sarah Lili talk with their guests about ideas and projects as well as their visions for the future. In Podcast #38 Much Untertrifaller and Astrid Rappel talk about […] (...)
Exhibitions | 12.07.2022

Exhibition: Olympic City of Munich in the Architekturmuseum der TUM

A “Must-see“ on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Munich Olympic Games: »The Olympic City of Munich – Retrospect and Outlook« exhibition in the Architekturmuseum der TUM. The exhibition shows numerous, many of them unknown, documents and models, among other things from the redevelopment of the city, from the “Olympics in the […] (...)
Awards | 07.07.2022

Awarded: Timber Construction Prize Baden-Württemberg for Kaltensteinhalle Vaihingen

There is reason to celebrate: Our Kaltensteinhalle in Vaihingen an der Enz was awarded the Timber Construction Prize Baden-Württemberg! On 5 July, the winning projects from 111 submissions were announced in Reutlingen as part of the Holzbau-Offensive Baden-Württemberg. The award process honours outstanding buildings, construction concepts and forward-looking innovations from Baden-Württemberg that deal intensively with […] (...)
Competitions | 06.07.2022

Awarded: 3rd place for the Salzburg Festival Halls extension and renovation

We are delighted about the 3rd place in the two-stage competition for the extension and renovation of the Festspielhäuser in Salzburg! A very exciting task and a great architectural challenge to accommodate new workshops, rehearsal rooms and dressing rooms in the listed ensemble, partly even in the mountain. Thanks to the whole team for the […] (...)
Projects | 24.02.2022

Festspielhaus Bregenz: 3rd construction stage has started!

Since 10 January, construction work has again started on the Festspielhaus site: After the first stage by 1997, in which a workshop stage, lakeside foyer and lakeside studio as well as an administration wing were built, and the second stage from 2005-2006, in which the Festspielhaus was renovated, expanded and redesigned, the third construction stage […] (...)
Views | 08.11.2021

Dominik Philipp about seamless digitisation in timber construction

The New European Bauhaus connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces. It calls on all Europeans to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future that is beautiful for our eyes, minds, and souls. The New European Bauhaus is a creative and interdisciplinary movement in the making, that we are also happy […] (...)
Projects | 06.07.2021

Pioneers of modern timber construction – 230,000 m² timber & timber hybrid buildings

Incredible 120,000 m² amounts the floor area of our realised timber and timber hybrid constructions. All our currently ongoing timber projects reach more than 110.000 m² floor area. For the TUM Campus in the Olympiapark alone, the largest timber construction site in Europe, we use 5.200 m³ of wood! Ever since our founding, we have been […] (...)
02.08.2022

Press: 12 pages TUM Campus in Architektur Aktuell 7-8/2022

We are very excited about the great story by Cordula Rau in the July-August issue of Architektur Aktuell! 12 pages with large-format photos by Aldo Amoretti and David Matthiessen provide insights into the innovative construction of our TUM Campus, which sets new standards in timber construction but also in terms of eco-balance. (...)