ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer on “Building in the Digital Age”.
“People, Data, Business Models” was the title of this year’s technology forum, which was organized for the first time in the industrial city of Linz. The German Chamber of Commerce in Austria (DHK) and Fraunhofer Austria Research invited 20 speakers to a discussion focused in the issue of digitalization. ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer was invited as one of the headline speakers and also as a participant in the podium discussion, “What does BIM mean in practice?”
Shopping with Mediterranean flair
A Designer Outlet in the form of a small Croatian city designed by ATP Zagreb is being built to the east of the Croatian capital. The commission to design the center was preceded by the key phase of the masterplanning of the multi-phase development of the IKEA-owned site which was carried out by ATP Vienna. The first of the two loops of the Design Outlet opened in mid-2018.
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.
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.