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NewsNews • 2 May 2024

ATP architects engineers completes office building in line with “New Work” principles and sustainability goals

ATP architects engineers has completed a sustainable operational and office building for Austrian manufacturer Tyrolit in the German town of Maisach. The building is designed in line with the principles of “New Work”, a concept that embraces flexibility, autonomy, and self-fulfillment for employees in the workplace. Moreover, the achievement of sustainability goals is integral to the new building: allied to the ATP Green Deal (ATP’s response to the 2020 European Green Deal), the building’s sustainability goals are realized in accordance with the “40 Plus Efficiency House” standard. (This voluntary standard aims to improve energy efficiency by reducing energy consumption, improving indoor air quality, and... More

NewsNews • 2 Apr 2024

ATP architects engineers completes “feel-good” office building with a “green heart” in Cologne

ATP architects engineers has completed an administration headquarters for Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Nordrhein (KVNO) — North Rhine Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians — in Cologne, Germany. Designed with rounded corners and an almost circular form, the urban building is located on a former airport site in the Cologne-Ossendorf district and encompasses a 720-square-meter (7,750-square-feet) courtyard: a “green heart”. ATP/Friedmann ATP architects engineers ATP architects engineers   Facade The building’s facade — a mix of metal, glass, and natural stone on the ground floor — has been designed to be highly energy efficient, eliminating the nee... More

NewsNews • 12 Dec 2023

ATP architects engineers completes a sustainable production facility in Tyrol

ATP architects engineers has completed a new production facility for Ceratizit (a global specialist in the production of carbide tools), in Breitenwang, a Municipality in Reutte District, Tyrol, Austria. Surrounded by a picturesque alpine landscape, the huge three-story facility, built as a cutting-edge grinding and tool-making plant, is entirely clad in timber, its large windows reflecting the mountains and greenery. ATP/Bause ATP/Bause Site plan: ATP Construction of the new site commenced in 2019 and was completed in 2023. With a gross floor area of 45,000 square meters (484,376 square feet), the new plant houses production facilities, storage, logistics, office spaces, and social areas for more than 300 emplo... More