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.
The former Tonhallen site in the small town of Villingen-Schwenningen in the Black Forest has lain empty for 20 years. The authorities expect this new development to both revitalize the town center and create a significant architectural bridge between the old town and the banks of the River Brigach. The decision-makers in the urban planning development process were convinced by the concept submitted by ATP Munich and the project developer S&P Commercial Development GmbH, a company of the Sontowski & Partner Group.
IN-Tower honored in the “residential high-rise” category.
The jury was in agreement: The key to good housing design is not mass but class. And class is exactly what they found in the IN-Tower in Ingolstadt, which was designed by ATP Munich. The slender tower with the well laid out apartments was recognized as one of Germany’s top 30 housing projects, when it received an award in the “residential high-rise” category.
ATP wins the sought-after Real Estate Brand Award for the fifth year in a row.
ATP had every reason to celebrate at the award ceremony of the Real Estate Brand Awards in 2019: The company was named the strongest architecture brand in Austria by the EUREB Institute for the fifth year in a row.
1st Prize for ATP Munich in the competition process for a multifunctional urban quarter. Construction start: 2020.
During the course of a press conference the City of Rosenheim and the project developer Sontowski & Partner presented the results of the competition for the development of the site of the North Station, which was organized and judged in 2018. The idea is to develop the three building plots into a new urban quarter.