From rummaging around to a quick click – ATP revolutionizes building management
“Please service me!” – Is the sort of message that smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, and light bulbs are now able to send to their facility managers. And there’s more: With a click of the mouse, the photovoltaic panel in the digital building can shed light on the agreed energy concept, the lift can reveal its maintenance interval, and the door to the air-lock can name the contact person at the suppliers.
ATP wins the German Design Award 2021 for the Markas Headquarters in Bolzano.
ATP is one of the winners of the German Design Awards 2021: The headquarters of the service providers Markas in Bolzano, which was integrally designed with BIM by ATP’s Innsbruck office, was awarded with a “Special Mention” for its excellent architecture.
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.
Transparent manufacturing center for luxury watches
ATP Zurich designed an elegant and transparent manufacturing center for luxury watches for IWC. In formal terms, the seemingly filigree production building recalls the pavilion-like structures of the Modern Movement. Radiating a sense of quality, IWC’s corporate design has been playfully integrated into the architectural language.
ATP's Christmas Donation for 2017 goes to the 1st Architecture Film Days in Zurich.
Architecture and film have provided each other with mutual sources of inspiration for generations. On the initiative of our Swiss office we used this year’s Christmas Donation to support Zurich’s first Architecture Film Days which were organized by the architect Ágota Komlósi and the musician Péter Polány from Hungary.