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The architecture platform Competitionline lists us in 23rd place in the ranking of planning competition results in 2021. All planning competitions whose results were published on Competitionline were taken into account.

We are convinced that planning competitions are a very important award procedure for architectural services in terms of building culture that ensures quality. The struggle between different competitors for the best planning solution brings a wide range of possibilities to the table, especially in the case of complex and demanding construction tasks, and puts the awarding authority in a position to lay the best foundation for the project’s success. This competition of planning services promotes innovation, creativity and quality. This is also the reason why we always like to actively participate in planning competitions.

However, the share of planning competitions in all architecture-related award procedures has been declining continuously for several years. According to the “Monitor 2022” published by Competitionline, the share of planning competition in 2021 is only 7.6 percent of all award procedures, compared to 30 percent in 2012. Thus, the Competitionline ranking only represents a subset of all award procedures in which we actively and successfully participate.

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“Living Architecture” exhibition in Münster until 02.06.2022

The exhibition "Harald Deilmann - Living Architecture" can be seen in Münster until 02.06.2022. We have contributed to the exhibition catalogue, entitled "The Cultural Memory. From WestLB Dortmund to DoC - Dortmunder Centrum für Medizin und Gesundheit."

Jury chaired by Erasmus Eller selects winner in competition for BMW production location

The international architectural competition for the design of the new BMW production site in an urban environment has been decided. The jury, chaired by Erasmus Eller, chose two equal winners, OMA and 3XN, who will now jointly take over the planning. BMW presented the result to the public on 13.05.2022.

Future spaces through data-driven design

Future spaces through data-driven design. A practical report from our everyday design work. Lecture at digitalBAU 2022, 01.06.2022, Cologne Trade Fair Centre