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”.
ATP is supporting a joint project for child refugees on the Greek island of Samos.
We minimize waste, says ATP’s Mission Statement. And is there a better way of minimizing waste then by finding a positive new use for “surplus” items? Such a new use underlies the company-wide joint project “ATP Creative Crate”, which is supporting the engagement of Refugee 4 Refugees (R4R) in Greek refugee camps.
The expert for strategic corporate development takes over the management of redserve Munich
The ATP consulting subsidiary redserve is strengthening its presence in Germany and opened its fourth office in the DACH Region in early March. redserve Munich is led by the economist and specialist for strategic corporate development Torben Semmler.
The architect and Managing Director of ATP Munich became a partner of ATP architects and engineers at the beginning of the year.
“Michaela Hauser, our new partner, is a talented architect, who is highly committed to her employees and has remained ‘tenaciously’ creative in her dealings with the partners, and all of these factors explain her success as Managing Director/Architecture of ATP Munich,” is the delighted reaction of ATP CEO Christoph M. Achammer and his colleagues to the decision.
ATP in 14th place amongst the 100 largest players on the global architecture scene
The annual BD Ranking is out: And once again ATP has risen a few steps! Having made the Top 20 in the list of the world’s 100 largest architecture offices for the first time in 2020, this year we have climbed another five places. By growing by another 40 architects we have now risen to 14th place in the ranking in “Building Design’s annual survey of the top global practices” from the well-known magazine “Building Design” (BD).