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.
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.
ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer in the online forum on the subject of “How will we build in the future?”
Real Estate Brains – this is the name of the online format of Swiss Circle, SwissPopTech, and Builtworld. Every two weeks, the forum brings together the “sector’s brightest brains” in the virtual realm. And this has been very well received: The 10th edition, which addressed the subject “Innovation on the building site – how will we build in the future?
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.
Architect and Head of Design Paul Ohnmacht on the consequences of Covid-19 for the working environment.
The fact that the corona crisis will lead to long-term changes in working environments is quite clear to Paul Ohnmacht. However, for the architect and Head of Design at ATP Innsbruck the question of what these changes will look like is fascinating and is closely related to the concept of Activity Based Working (ABW).