Production and retail facility for the restaurant and hotel sector in Tyrol and Vorarlberg
An ecologically and economically sustainably designed production and retail facility opened recently in Pians in Tyrol. And the building attracted widespread attention during its construction phase because the ATP-led integrated digital design process (with BIM) also enabled something very special to be achieved – the world’s largest column-supported cross-laminated timber slab.
CLT production plant with offices
Theurl, the East Tyrolean manufacturer of timber products, has built a new facility for the production of cross-laminated timber (CLT) elements on a site covering around 12.5 hectares in Carinthia. Theurl’s third plant is designed to be able to produce around 100,000 m³ of cross-laminated timber for the trans-regional market every year.
A BIM installation interprets the holistic approach of the integrated designers as an “integrated environment” within a space-time framework.
ATP architects engineers accepted the invitation from the ECC (European Cultural Centre) to take part in the 5th edition of the TIME SPACE EXISTENCE exhibition, one of the most prominent of the events that run in parallel with the Architecture Biennale. The Palazzi Bembo and Mora on the Canale Grande and the Giardini della Marinaressa are hosting the contributions of more than 200 participants from 51 countries between 22nd May and 21st November 2021.
A lecture from Armin Wentzler about “rebuilding without interrupting normal operations.”
In March, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sterilgutversorgung e.V. launched its new series of online lectures, “DaGehtSoViel – DGSV Live”, during which experts present and discuss the latest issues in the area of the processing of medical products.
Venice 2021: ATP creates a BIM-powered ‘place of energy’ for the ECC exhibition at the Architecture Biennale
Silence still reigns in Palazzo Bembo on the Canal Grande in Venice. But ATP’s preparations for the exhibition TIME – SPACE – EXISTENCE, which is being organized by the European Cultural Center (ECC), are in full swing.