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Entega, Darmstadt

CLIENT: Entega, Darmstadt
ARCHITECT: SHP Architekten, Darmstadt
SCOPE OF WORK: timber stick system, timber ribbon glazing, aluminium windows, exposed aluminium spandrel cladding - partially curved, rooflights, sun protection, doors
IMAGE SOURCE: © SHP Architekten

The utility company Entega from Darmstadt is constructing a new administration building. In the long, 5-storey building with a gross floor area of 9,500 m² an IT subsidiary of Entega with around 350 employees will move in.

General refurbishment of revenue office building Mannheim

CLIENT: Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg, Amt Mannheim und Heidelberg, Mannheim
ARCHITECT: Schmucker und Partner, Mannheim
SCOPE OF WORK: aluminium box-type windows, glass fibre reinforced concrete covering, soffits of fibre cement covering, attics covering, natural stone dado, sun protection, doors
IMAGE SOURCE: © Schmucker und Partner

The revenue office building in Mannheim from the 1960s will be completely renovated. 500 modern workplaces will be created on a floor space of approx. 9,500 m². Completion is scheduled for 2025.

IPA Innovationsbogen Augsburg

CLIENT: WALTER Projekt IP-Augsburg, Augsburg
ARCHITECT: Hadi Teherani Architects, Hamburg
SCOPE OF WORK: unitised aluminium facades, aluminium stick system, sheet metal fins, attic, glare shields, aluminium louvre covering, glass balustrades, canopies, blinds, doors
IMAGE SOURCE: © Panoptikon

The Innovationsbogen forms the gateway to the Augsburg Innovationpark. In the new building with green roof and in the form of a semicircle there are bright offices with high quality technical equipment on an area of more than 14,000 m² on 6 floors.

Wilhelm-Hausenstein-Gymnasium, Munich

CLIENT: City of Munich
ARCHITECT: Hascher Jehle Architektur, Berlin
SCOPE OF WORK: Polygonal timber composite stick system, aluminium stick system, polygonal wooden covering - partially curved, window sills, sun protection, doors
IMAGE SOURCE: © Hascher Jehle Architektur

The new school complex in Bogenhausen consists of three buildings and a sports hall, connected by a common base. A “climate school” will be created, i.e. the facade is built in timber construction, facade and roof are greened and solar cells are installed. Completion is scheduled for 2024.

Rüdesheimer Strasse, Munich

Client:Theodor Triebenbacher, Munich
Architect:MRA Mayer Rettenmaier Architekten, Munich
Scope of work:unitised aluminium facades, aluminium stick system, steel stick system, Cosentino Dekton cladding, aluminium sheet metal cladding, attic, steel canopy, sun protection, circular sliding door
Image source:© smpl

A new, highly modern office building with six floors and an underground car park is being constructed in the Munich Westend.