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Hotel Königshof, Munich

Client:Geisel Privathotels, Munich
Architect:Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, Berlin
Scope of work:wood metal box-type windows, aluminium mullion transom facades, steel mullion transom facades, rooflight, sun protection, doors
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© Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Directly at the Munich Karlsplatz, also called Stachus, the new luxury hotel Königshof with ten floors and around 105 rooms and suites is being built. A vertical cut in the façade facing Stachus will be the prominent stylistic element.

QH TRACK - Quartier Heidestrasse, Berlin

Client:QH Development 5, Berlin
represented by QH Verwaltung II, Berlin
Architect:EM2N Architekten, Berlin
Scope of work:unitised aluminium facades, aluminium mullion transom facades, ceramic cladding, trapezoidal sheet metal cladding, attics, sun protection, doors
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© EM2N Architekten AG

QHTRACK is a building complex with separate tower blocks and one of the largest construction project of a connected office ensemble in Berlin, the capital of Germany. The modern architecture shows different room depths and floor heights. Completion: 2021-2023 (in stages).

KARL, Munich

Client:KARL München GmbH & Co. KG, Dusseldorf - Dr. Stephanie Brecht-Bergen, Alexej Brecht-Bergen
MasterPlan, Munich
Architect:David Chipperfield Architects, Berlin
CL MAP, Munich
Scope of work:wood aluminium window constructions, wood aluminium mullion transom facades, steel mullion transom facades, aluminium window elements, aluminium wall and ceiling covering, sun protection, doors
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© David Chipperfield Architects

Not far from Munich central station, KARL with its three components Office, Garden and Town Hall, based on a design by David Chipperfield, is being built on the former Mahag site. In the new building a 1,400 m² inner courtyard as well as 30,000 m² gross floor area will be realised.

CAU Geowissenschaften, Kiel

Client:Gebäudemanagement Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel
Architect:Nickl & Partner, Berlin
Scope of work:unitised aluminium facades, aluminium mullion transom facades, aluminium window elements, metal soffits, indoor and outdoor window sills, sun protection, doors
Image source:© Nickl & Partner Architekten

The urban development objective for the new Kiel University Institute of Earth Sciences building is to create a free-standing, distinctive structure that is capable of portraying the extensive space programme and fitting into the existing campus structure.

Primary School Karlsfeld

Client:commune of Karlsfeld
ARCHITECT:h4a Gessert + Randecker, Munich
Scope of work:Wood Aluminium mullion transom facades, facade cladding with wooden louvres, wooden Louvre cladding, smooth sheet metal covering, cornices, sheet metal cladding, sun protection, doors
Image Source:© h4a Gessert + Randecker, Munich

In Karlsfeld a new primary school with a triple gym is being built for 670 pupils - six classes per grade level. The building has 2 storeys and is divided into 3 houses in a comb-shaped structure. The central building with a foyer, cafeteria and multipurpose hall has an outdoor area.