A “smart” building for a technology leader
In Mannheim, where ABB Deutschland was established 120 years ago, ATP Frankfurt is now planning a multifunctional building for agile and customer-oriented work. The building, with a gross floor area of 24,000 m2 should provide a home to around 1,200 employees – from operative teams, the research center, and service divisions.
ATP is still Austria’s strongest architecture brand
ATP architects engineers has once again won first prize in the architecture category of the annual brand value study of the European Real Estate Brand Institute (EUREB). This is the seventh “Brand Oscar” to be awarded to the integrated design office. The title of Austria’s strongest architecture brand has gone to ATP every year since 2014.
Shopping Center ALEJA in Ljubljana, SL
With its compelling and meticulously realized concept, the newly-opened ALEJA shopping center in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, which was designed by ATP architects engineers (Innsbruck), offers the perfect platform for international and local labels in around 80 shops with a total of 32,000 m2 of lettable space. With its rooftop leisure, sport, and relaxation areas and its stylish food court, the technically and architecturally innovative building responds to the competition from online retailers while also giving space back to the surrounding urban district.
ATP sustain shows how the economic restart could succeed in the interests of sustainability
40 % of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions can be traced back to buildings. There is huge room for improvement in this area. The fact that an ecological approach and local purchasing decisions also make economic sense for building projects was known long before building materials became stuck overseas waiting for delivery due to corona.
ATP and Plandata’s unconventional approach to the democratization of BIM standards
Is corona now leading to a BIM boom? Lars Oberwinter isn’t leaning his head quite so far out of the window ... but the BIM expert is convinced that the current situation is showing us more than ever that non-BIM-supported ways of working have already reached the limit of their capacity.