ATP wins the German Design Award 2020
The “winner” in the category “Excellent Architecture – Interior Architecture”: ATP architects engineers (Innsbruck) is one of the recipients of the well-known German Design Awards 2020 thanks to the integrally designed HOFER ALPHA Retail Network innovation center. Special praise was heaped upon this creative and sustainable transformation of an industrial hall into a modern working environment.
“Space down below”
Who wouldn’t want to work here? The new headquarters of Markas in Bolzano, which were integrally designed with BIM by ATP, are more than 40 meters high and yet the innovative load-bearing structure means that there’s still “space down below”. A stylishly cool garden level at a height of 14 meters above the ground and open office spaces that are flooded with daylight and offer breathtaking views are amongst the major assets of the office building, which lends the company a true sense of identity and is, naturally, designed to the highest energy efficiency standards.
ICONIC AWARD for HOFER ALPHA Retail Network by ATP architects engineers
This year, ATP is once again one of the winners of an ICONIC AWARD. The award in the “INTERIOR” category of the prestigious prize for visionary buildings has gone to the HOFER ALPHA Retail Network innovation center.
Award ceremony: 7th October in Munich’s Pinakothek der Moderne.
ATP Innsbruck designs a modern CLT production facility
A lot of earth is currently on the move in Drautal in Upper Carinthia. The East Tyrolean timber producer Theurl is building a state-of-the-art factory for cross-laminated timber elements on a site of around 12.5 hectares. Following its final completion in 2021, Theurl’s third factory will be able to produce around 100,000 m³ cross-laminated timber for the trans-regional market.
ATP’s experts support the University of Innsbruck with their practice-related BIM know-how.
Around 40 students from the Institute for Experimental Architecture.Hochbau of the University of Innsbruck enjoyed a particular treat in the summer semester of 2019: As part of the seminar Planning Process in Architecture driven by Element Information they immersed themselves in the BIM-based professional world of ATP. As a crowning highlight of the final event they were able to experience their digital building models up close and extremely realistically through ATP’s virtual reality glasses.