Behnisch Architekten: Architects, Germany

Behnisch Architects, Architecture Studio, Photos, Office, Practice, Designs, News

Behnisch Architekten : Architecture Studio Germany

German Architects Office – Contemporary Buildings in Germany, Europe

Behnisch Architekten News

Latest Behnisch Architekten Designs, chronological

30 Jun 2018
Dorotheen Quartier in Stuttgart Shortlisted at World Architecture Festival 2018 Awards

Dorotheen Quartier, Stuttgart, Germany is one of 536 shortlisted entries across 81 countries:

World Architecture Festival Awards 2018 Shortlist

13 Oct 2016
AGORA – Cancer Centre, Lausanne, Switzerland
Swiss Cancer Centre Lausanne
image : Behnisch Architekten
AGORA – Cancer Research Center in Lausanne
Groundbreaking of the new building for the Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research (ISREC).

11 Aug 2016
adidas World of Sports, Herzogenaurach, Germany
Design: Behnisch Architekten
adidas World of Sports
image from Behnisch Architekten
Behnisch Architekten – latest building design
“The transparency of the building and its light appearance create a perfect combination with the idea of the dynamics of sports”, says our project leader Conni Wust.

10 Aug 2016
Extension of the Thermal Baths and Spa, Bad Aibling, Germany
Extension of the Thermal Baths and Spa
image from Behnisch Architekten
Thermal Baths and Spa, Bad Aibling
The Thermal Baths and Spa in Bad Albling were built between 2005 to 2007. From the beginning, the facility was very popular with visitors, so the client desired additional floorspace, particularly more room for relaxation and resting areas.

AGORA – Cancer Centre in Lausanne, Switzerland
Swiss Cancer Centre Lausanne
image : Behnisch Architekten
AGORA – Cancer Centre in Lausanne – 18 Jan 2013
Behnisch Architekten’s Stuttgart office has won the two-stage architectural competition established by the ISREC Foundation (Swiss Institute for experimental cancer research) to create a new home for the AGORA – Cancer Centre in Lausanne, Switzerland. The AGORA – Cancer Centre exists specifically to bring together scientists and practitioners under one roof as part of a community of expertise.

Recent Behnisch Architekten Building

Max Aicher Arena, Inzell, Germany
2011
Behnisch Architekten / Pohl Architekten
Max Aicher Arena
M. Hansen / Archimage Architectural Photography

Max Aicher Arena Inzell – 18 Nov 2011
The Bavarian town of Inzell hosted the World Single Distant Speed Skating Championships 2011. To create the world-class competition conditions required for this event, the existing outdoor speed-skating track was upgraded through the construction of a high-performance intelligent roof structure. This improved arena can accommodate up to 7,000 spectators and offers maximum flexibility for large scale world class competitions as well as regular seasonal speed-skating training.

Behnisch Architekten – Key Projects

The German studio Behnisch Architekten is run by Stefan Behnisch, David Cook and Martin Haas

Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

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

National Centre For Tumour Diseases Heidelberg
The new building for the National Centre for Tumour Diseases (NCT) in Heidelberg is characterized by an open, friendly and inviting ambiance which has nothing in common with a typical hospital atmosphere. Here, patients, their relatives and friends, visitors, as well as staff can feel at ease.

OZEANEUM, Stralsund, Baltic Coast, northeast Germany
2009
OZEANEUM
photo : Roland Halbe
Ozeaneum : new Oceanographic Museum
The new Oceanographic Museum OZEANEUM is located on the city’s historic waterfront immediately adjacent to the historic centre which has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With a striking skyline of restored warehouses and visible traces of its former use, the entire port island district remains to this day an autonomous, distinctive architectural monument on the outskirts of the historic city centre.

Bad Aibling Thermal Spa, Germany
2007
Bad Aibling Thermal Spa
picture : Adam Mørk / Torben Eskerod
German Spa building

Brooklyn Project, Manhattan, USA
2007-
with StudioMDA
Brooklyn Tower
image from Behnisch Architekten
Behnisch Architects : New York Tower – Architecture Competition winner Dec 2007
A total of 187 housing units, over half of them affordable to low-, moderate- and middle-income families, will be accommodated in the new Brooklyn Arts Tower in the BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) district, New York. Brooklyn is often referred to as the creative capital of America, a place preferred by artists and those who thrive on cultural activities.

Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz, adj. Branderburg Gate, Berlin, Germany
2005
with Werner Durth
Akademie der Künste Berlin
photo © Adrian Welch
Akademie der Künste : Berlin Academy of Arts, adj. Aldon Hotel

More projects by Behnisch Architekten online soon

Behnisch Buildings

Designs, alphabetical:

Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz, adj. Branderburg Gate, Berlin, Germany
2005

Bad Aibling Thermal Spa, Lindenstrasse 32, Bad Aibling, Germany
2007

Bonn Bundeshaus – New Parliament Building, Bonn, Germany
1992

Brooklyn Arts Tower, Manhattan, USA
2007-

Genzyme Center, Massachusetts, USA
2005

German Oceanographic Museum, Stralsund, Germany
2005-

Museum für Kommunikation, Museum Ufe, Frankfurt, Germany
1990

OZEANEUM, Stralsund, Baltic Coast, northeast Germany
2009

Pittsburgh Riverparc, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
2007-
Architecture competition

Terrence Donnelly Centre, Toronto, Canada
2006
with architects Alliance
Günther Behnisch : RIBA International Awards 2006

Unilever Headquarters, HafenCity, Hamburg, Germany
2007-08
Architecture competition win

More projects online soon


To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.




Behnisch Architekten Practice Information

Architect studio based in Germany – offices in Stuttgart & München, Germany and in Boston, USA.

Behnisch + Partners : Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt, Germany
German Post Museum
photo © Adrian Welch

About Behnisch Architekten

Behnisch Architekten was founded as a branch office of Behnisch & Partner in 1989 and, under the leadership of Stefan Behnisch, developed into a successful, internationally active firm. In 1991 it became independent in its partnership structure. While Günter Behnisch continued to lead his office, Behnisch and Partner, until 2005, this developed through various partnerships to become, since 2005, the architecture office called Behnisch Architekten. In 1999, an office was opened in Los Angeles (to 2011), in 2006 another in Boston and in 2009 the Munich office was founded.

The three offices are led by Stefan Behnisch, each together with a partner. In Munich it is Robert Hösle, in Boston, Robert Matthew Noblett and in the Stuttgart office Stefan Rappold. All three offices operate together and in close collaboration, each working on their respective projects upon their own authority.

One of the office’s motives is the thought that architecture has a direct influence on living quality in all areas of life. This emphasis on the social dimension is a decisive aspect of the work of Behnisch Architekten.

Behnsich & Partner

Behnisch Architects : German Architect Studio

German Architect Offices




Frankfurt Architecture

German Buildings

German Houses

Buildings / photos for the Behnisch Architects page welcome

Behnisch Architekten Buildings

Architectural Tours

Website: Building