The column-supported ceiling made out of cross-laminated timber panels that was designed by ATP Innsbruck was the subject of an expert webinar
“You can do lots with wood, you just have to know how”, was the message of an expert webinar that was completely devoted to the subject of “column-supported flat ceilings from cross-laminated timber.” The focus of the event was the timber ceiling at Handl Gastro Service in Pians, which was integrally designed with BIM by ATP Innsbruck and represents a prototype in the field of timber building: Because, despite its spectacular size of 650 m
ATP supports the initiative “Help us 2 Help” for the construction of Aid Centers in Beirut.
Beirut needs help, say the international architects Karim and Rames Najjar: “The explosions in the port exponentially increased the problems of the surrounding communities. And the COVID19 pandemic means that they have no chance of finding a moment’s peace.” ATP have supported their engagement with 5,000 euros.
The winning project in this year’s ATP employee challenge 2020 is being realized as a prototype.
As in 2019, ATP organized another employee challenge this year. Its aim was to find – and what could be more appropriate – the "perfect" item of home office furniture. And because the jury found that the project by the integrated, multi-office winning team was "immediately ready for the market," a prototype of the ATP "Tool Roll" will soon be made.
ATP sustain’s new office receives multiple awards
ATP sustain is marking the end of the year with a celebration. Its new state-of-the-art and self-designed office in Vienna has become the first to be certified with the new use profile “New building for interiors (NIR20)” and has been awarded DGNB Platinum certification. In addition to this, the office has been awarded ÖGNI Cristall
Production building and business park
Holz Pichler AG is planning to expand its existing production building and construct a new business park in Eggental in South Tyrol. With the “balanced and coherent distribution of its volumes” and the “easy scalability and dynamic expandability of its buildings,” the concept by ATP Innsbruck convinced the jury of the private, invited competition.