ALEJA: The shopping center designed by ATP has been shortlisted for the well-known retail prize.
Modern, unique architecture, a particularly high level of sustainability and an extraordinary shopping and leisure offering were the qualities identified by an international expert jury in the ALEJA Shopping Center in Ljubljana (Slovenia), which was integrally designed by ATP Innsbruck. The district center, which opened in 2020, is one of four projects nominated for the Global RLI Award 2021 in the category “International Shopping Centre – New Build”.
A BIM installation interprets the holistic approach of the integrated designers as an “integrated LEBENSRAUM” within a space-time framework.
ATP architects engineers accepted the invitation from the ECC (European Cultural Centre) to take part in the 5th edition of the TIME SPACE EXISTENCE exhibition, one of the most prominent of the events that run in parallel with the Architecture Biennale. The Palazzi Bembo and Mora on the Canale Grande and the Giardini della Marinaressa are hosting the contributions of more than 200 participants from 51 countries between 22nd May and 21st November 2021.
A lecture from Armin Wentzler about “rebuilding without interrupting normal operations.”
In March, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sterilgutversorgung e.V. launched its new series of online lectures, “DaGehtSoViel – DGSV Live”, during which experts present and discuss the latest issues in the area of the processing of medical products.
Michael Haugeneder at the Future of Building event on EU classification in the real estate industry
“Healthy materials for healthy buildings” was the title under which Michael Haugeneder, Managing Director of ATP sustain Vienna, spoke at the Future of Building.
In order to save resources for the future and reduce waste in hospital building, ATP architects engineers makes the case for recycling and re-use friendly design with BIM.
"Health sector buildings are regarded as a special category of buildings because they put the common good at the heart of their core processes", explained Professor Christoph M. Achammer, CEO of ATP, during the expert discussion at the Open Day in Nuremberg.