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Cologne Architecture : Nordrhein-Westfalen Arkitektur

North Rhine-Westphalia Developments, northwest Germany

page updated 24 Aug 2016

Architektur Köln – News

Cologne Architecture Walking Tours
Cologne Architecture Walking Tours launched – 4 Mar 2013

Cologne Architecture Designs – chronological list

AIT ArchitekturSalon Cologne
16 Jan – 8 Mar 2012
Zaha Hadid
photo : Steve Double
Zaha Hadid Architects : AIT ArchitekturSalon Cologne
The AIT-ArchitekturSalon Cologne will exclusively feature a selection of works by Zaha Hadid. The exhibition title is “Parametric Tower Research”.

Cologne Building – Major Design

Kolumba Diocesan Museum, Cologne, Germany
Kolumba Diocesan Museum
picture © Breun
Go to Peter Zumthor for more photos of this building

Cologne Building – Key Recent Development

Kranhaus buildings
Architect: BTR (Bothe, Richter, Teherani, Hamburg)
Kranhaus buildings Cologne
picture © Breun
Kranhaus : 3 buildings – 2 offices buildings and 1 apartment block

General view of the city:
Cologne
photo © webbaviation

Largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia

Stadt Archiv : collapse, 3 Mar 2009 – photos

Köln Gebäude + Architekt

Cologne Buildings – Contemporary, alphabetical:

Cologne Office building – MediaPark Köln Block 5
2000-04
Herman Hertzberger
Cologne Office building
photo © Duccio Malagamba

FKB Airport, Cologne / Bonn
1992-2000
Murphy/Jahn Architects

FKB Parkhaus 2 & 3, Cologne / Bonn Airport

Murphy/Jahn Architects

Fernsehturm “Colonius” Köln – Cologne telecommunications tower
1981
Colonius
photo © webbaviation
266m high (873 ft)

‘Glass Worm’ building – new Peek & Cloppenburg store

Renzo Piano Architects
Peek & Cloppenburg Cologne
photo © webbaviation

Kölner Dom
Köln is famous for its towering Cathedral on the west side of the River Rhine:
Cologne Cathedral Cologne Cathedral building Kölner Dom
photos © webbaviation
World Heritage site since 1996

KölnTurm
2001
Jean Nouvel with Kohl & Kohl Architekten (Essen)
KölnTurm
photo © webbaviation
165m high (543 ft)
Cologne’s second tallest building after the Colonius

Lanxess Arena, Aachener Str. 487
1998
Peter Böhm Architekten
Lanxess Arena Cologne Arena
photos © webbaviation
aka Cologne Arena (former Kölnarena) renamed Lanxess Arena in 2008

Müngersdorfer Stadion formally known as RheinEnergieStadion until 2009
1923; renovated : 1972-75; 2002-04
Renovation architects : Gerkan, Marg & Partners
RheinEnergieStadion
photo © webbaviation
1. FC Köln stadium aka Kölner Stadion
Capacity 46,000 – 50,000

Museum Ludwig, Bischofsgartenstr. 1
1986
Busmann & Haberer, Architekten
Museum Ludwig Museum Ludwig Cologne
photographs © webbaviation
Founded 1976: contains the Sammlung Haubrich, Josef Haubrich art collection
The Wallraf-Richartz-Museum moved out of the building in 2001

Museum of Modern Art
2007
Peter Zumthor
Architecture Competition in 1997

Offices on the Rhine, south Cologne
2007-09
Sauerbruch Hutton

Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum
2010
Atelier Brückner
Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum Cologne
photo : Michael Jungblut, Berlin
Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum

Triangle Tower – RZVK Turm, Hermann-Pünder-Straße
2005
Gatermann + Schossig Architekten
Triangle Tower Cologne
photo © webbaviation
25 storeys, 103m high

Wallraf-Richartz-Museum

Oswald Mathias Ungers, Architekt

Werkbund Exhibition – office & factory
1914
Walter Gropius

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German Architecture

Messeturm Köln
80m high
restaurant on top floor

Hans Arp Museum, Bahnhof Rolandsdeck, south of Cologne, Rheinland-Pfalz
2007
Richard Meier Architects

Neue Bochumer Synagoge, Bochum
2007
Prof. Schmitz Architekten GmbH


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