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.
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.
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 wins 1st prize in the two-phase study competition and is commissioned to realize the new building.
Good architecture enhances the quality of life. Even for the elderly. The implementation of this philosophy in its design for an assisted retirement and care home earned ATP 1st prize in a two-phase study competition. The sustainable and comprehensive nature of the design by our team in Zurich fully convinced the evaluation committee and ATP was unanimously commissioned to continue the development of the project.
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.