The architect and Managing Director of ATP Munich became a partner of ATP architects and engineers at the beginning of the year.
“Michaela Hauser, our new partner, is a talented architect, who is highly committed to her employees and has remained ‘tenaciously’ creative in her dealings with the partners, and all of these factors explain her success as Managing Director/Architecture of ATP Munich,” is the delighted reaction of ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer and his colleagues to the decision.
ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer on “Building in the Digital Age”.
“People, Data, Business Models” was the title of this year’s technology forum, which was organized for the first time in the industrial city of Linz. The German Chamber of Commerce in Austria (DHK) and Fraunhofer Austria Research invited 20 speakers to a discussion focused in the issue of digitalization. ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer was invited as one of the headline speakers and also as a participant in the podium discussion, “What does BIM mean in practice?”
Mint Architecture creates its own user-oriented world of work
The specialists for commercial and user-oriented architecture Mint Architecture has moved to Zurich West. In its new premises at Förrlibuckstrasse 150 the architectural office has created a process-oriented world of work based on the approach of “activity-based working” that will facilitate new innovative ways of working and enable visitors to experience the brand and culture of the architectural office in three-dimensional surroundings.
The number of ATP shareholders has been increased to eight.
The architect Matthias Wehrle, an associate partner of ATP architects engineers and Managing Director of ATP Zürich, became a partner (and shareholder) of ATP at the end of July.