An urban interpretation with an attractive working environment
The headquarters of the CURA COSMETICS GROUP on the edge of Innsbruck bring together all the operating facilities that were previously located elsewhere in an integrally designed competence center. This includes two office and one logistics buildings and a “base” building for the packaging of goods. Compact functional areas and short distances perfect these operational processes.
Christopher Hammerschmidt joins the top management team
In November 2020, the architect Christopher Hammerschmidt joined the top management team of ATP architects engineers, Frankfurt. He is now leading the 70 employees of the ATP Group’s design office in Frankfurt am Main alongside the construction engineer and BIM expert Harald Stieber. Hence, this is another management duo that embodies the interdisciplinary cooperation between architects and engineers that is practiced throughout ATP.
ATP architects engineers wins the German Design Award 2021
ATP architects engineers is also amongst the winners of the German Design Award in 2021: The manufacturing center for the producers of luxury watches IWC in Schaffhausen, which was integrally designed with BIM by ATP Zurich, received a “Special Mention” in the category “Excellent Architecture”. The expert jury praised the outstanding quality of the elegant showpiece factory.
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 braucht Hilfe, sagen die internationalen Architekten Karim und Rames Najjar: „Die Explosionen im Hafen haben die Not der in der Umgebung lebenden Gemeinden exponentiell vergrößert. Darüber hinaus kommen sie durch die COVID19-Pandemie nicht zur Ruhe.“ ATP unterstützte ihr Engagement mit 5.000 Euro.