The elegant roof structure of Handl Gastro Service is breaking records ...
The ceiling to the new Gastro Service of Markus Handl Beteiligung GmbH is complete. The new combined trading operation and production facility supplies some of Tyrol and Vorarlberg’s more refined restaurants and hotels with high-quality meat and sausage specialties. The absolute special feature of the building that was integrally designed with BIM by ATP Innsbruck is a huge timber ceiling that covers (part of) the sales and catering area.
A building services course with excellent perspectives
The starter’s pistol has been fired for applications to Tyrol’s first dual study program. From autumn 2021, MCI Innsbruck’s bachelor course “Smart Building Technologies” will offer an integrative combination of study and work. Each of the six semesters is divided into a period of study and a practice block of several months in an innovative partner company such as ATP.
Pupils of the Technical High School in Imst designed a sustainable hospital ward in Ghana in cooperation with ATP.
The prizewinning graduation project by Lisa Kogler and Hanna Draxl from the Technical High School in Imst is a “success” in many ways: Firstly, it builds an “architectural” bridge between Tyrol and Ghana and attracts attention to the “Jordan Medical Center” (JMC), which is reliant on donations. Secondly, it is notable for its references to the traditional local way of building and its embodiment of the idea of climate-friendly building.
A World of Experience with the Skin of a Dragon
The powerful and rigorously realized concept of ALEJA shopping center in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, which was integrally designed with BIM by ATP, has created the perfect platform for around 80 shops. And with its rooftop leisure, sporting, and recreational zone and trendy food court the building, which is innovative in both technical and architectural terms, also gives space back to the city.
Shopping Center ALEJA in Ljubljana, SL
With its compelling and meticulously realized concept, the newly-opened ALEJA shopping center in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, which was designed by ATP architects engineers (Innsbruck), offers the perfect platform for international and local labels in around 80 shops with a total of 32,000 m2 of lettable space. With its rooftop leisure, sport, and relaxation areas and its stylish food court, the technically and architecturally innovative building responds to the competition from online retailers while also giving space back to the surrounding urban district.