German Architecture Developments

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German Architecture Developments

Deutsche Architektur : Key Architectural Projects in Germany, Europe

Architecture Developments in Germany

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of German Architecture Developments. We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Germany. Our focus is on contemporary German buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

We have 6 pages of German Architecture selections.

German Architecture : news + key projects

German Architecture Designs : A-D

German Building Designs : E-J

German Building Developments : K-Z

German Buildings : Projects outwith major cities – A-J

German Architecture Developments : Projects outwith major cities – K-Z (this page)

German Architecture Developments outwith major cities

German Architectural Developments – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Thermenhotel Spreewald – Spa Hotel Burg, south east Germany
Design: 4a Architekten
Spa Hotel Germany
photograph © Jochen Stüber, Hamburg

Spa Hotel Spreewald – 18 Jan 2013
Nature, wellness and design – these were the guiding principles for 4a Architekten when constructing the Spreewald Spa Hotel in Burg. Situated in the heart of the Spree Forest next to the Spreewald Therme spa, also planned and built by 4a Architekten as early as 2005, this 4-star hotel offers its guests a feel-good atmosphere to relax in.

Museum of Concrete Art & Design, Ingolstadt, South Germany
Stanton Williams
German Museum Building
picture from architects

German Museum Building – 27 Jan 2012 : latest design
Stanton Williams have been awarded first place at the competition for the Museum of Concrete Art and Design in Ingolstadt, South Germany, beating a high profile group of competitors.

Tönnies Headquartes, north west Germany
Design: ATP N+M Architects and Engineers, Frankfurt
Tönnies Group Building
photo © Stefan Schilling

Tönnies Group Rheda-Wiedenbrück
Completion of Administration and Social Building
The new corporate headquarters of Tönnies, one of Germany’s largest food companies, in Rheda-Wiedenbrück, Nordrhein-Westfalen, was integrally designed by ATP N+M Frankfurt.
The administration building is an example of successful Corporate Architecture for a food industry company. It speaks a clear architectural language and was designed using a sustainable design approach. In addition to this, the project received an award in the “best workplace” category for innovative office architecture as part of the 6th AIT Office Architecture Platform.

German Architecture Development, alphabetical:

Kaffee Partner, Osnabrück, northern Germany
3deluxe in/exterior
Kaffee Partner Buildings Osnabrück
picture from architect

Kaffee Partner

Kaufhof, Chemnitz, southeast Germany
1998-2001
Murphy/Jahn Architects

Klingenthal Ski Jump, Vogtland Arena

m2r Architecture

Leonardo Glass Cube, Bad Driberg, Westphalia
3deluxe
Leonardo Glass Cube
photograph : 3deluxe

Leonardo Glass Cube

LFone Landesgartenschau, Weil am Rhein

Zaha Hadid Architects

Liner Museum, Appenzell

Gigon/Guyer

Lorch Building, Baden-Württemberg, southern Germany
Architektur 109
Lorch Hall Building
photo : Dietmar Strauß, Bildermacher

Lorch Building

Madonna in the Ruins, Kolumba
1949
Gottfried Böhm

MARTa Herford, Herford

Frank Gehry Architects

Masterplan Magdeburg Science Quarter
SMAQ
Magdeburg Science Quarter
picture from architect

Masterplan Magdeburg Science Quarter

Media Centre, Oberkirch
wurm + wurm
Media Centre Oberkirch
photo : Guido Gegg

Media Centre Oberkirch

Municipal Savings Bank, Oberhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia
2005-08
Sauerbruch Hutton

Münster Library
1993
Bolles + Wilson

Müritzeum
Wingårdh Arkitektkontor AB
Müritzeum Germany
picture : Åke Eson Lindman

Müritzeum

Museum Archive, Hinzert
2005
Wandel Hoefer Lorch & Hirsch
Corten steel structure : Architecture Competition win 2003

Museum Insel Hombroich
Erwin Heerich
Museum Insel Hombroich
photograph : Studio Red

Museum Insel Hombroich

Museum of Granite, Hauzenberg
2005
Brückner + Brückner

NCT – National Centre For Tumour Diseases, Heidelberg, southwest Germany
Behnisch Architekten, Germany
NCT Heidelberg
image from architect

National Centre For Tumour Diseases Heidelberg

Nietzsche Research Centre & Archive, Naumburg

Keith Williams Architects

Offices, Bayreutherstrasse / Am Stadtpark, Nuremberg
2007
Szyszkowitz-Kowalksi

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität – Experimental Factory, Magdeburg
2001
Sauerbruch Hutton

OZEANEUM, Stralsund, Baltic Coast, northeast Germany
Behnisch Architekten
Ozeaneum
photo : Roland Halbe

Ozeaneum : new Oceanographic Museum

Pharmacological Research Laboratories, Biberach
2000-02
Sauerbruch Hutton

Prototype House, Germany
2006
Horden Cherry Lee Architects with Lydia Haack, John Hoepfner

Scharnhauser Park Town Hall, Pitterpatterns, Ostfildern
Jürgen Mayer H
German public building
photo : David Franck

German public building

Schminke House, Löbau, Saxony
1933
Hans Scharoun
For Fritz & Charlotte Schminke

Stadthalle Balingen, southwest Germany
4a Architekten
Stadthalle Balingen
photograph : Alexander von Salmuth

Stadthalle Balingen

Station Z memorial, Sachsenhausen
2003-05
HG Merz with Werner Sobek

Sto building, Stühlingen, Baden-Württemberg

Michael Wilford & Partners: design + construction work carried out after Jim’s death

Sto Headquarters Visitor Centre
2007
Michael Wilford

Treehugger Pavilion, Koblenz
University of Applied Sciences Trier with one fine day: office for architectural design
Treehugger
image : Roland Borgmann, Münster

Treehugger Pavilion

Tübinger Sparkasse (Bank), Tübingen
2007
Auer + Weber + Assoziiierte

Vitra Fire Station, Weil am Rhein

Zaha Hadid Architects

Vitra Haus showrooms, Weil am Rhein
Herzog & de Meuron, architects
Vitra Haus showrooms
photograph Iwan Baan, © Vitra

Vitra Haus showroom

Wuensdorf Church, Wuensdorf
GRAFT
Wuensdorf Church
picture : graft

Berlin church : Design Competition winner

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German Buildings – alphabetical lists by city or by building

German Architects – alphabetical lists

German Architecture Prize 1999 – Daniel Libeskind

German Links by Major City

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German Architecture Developments