With a height of 72 and 34 metres, the two residential towers clearly mark the north-western corner of the new area in Vienna's 19th district. The facetted bending of the façades leads to an increase in plasticity, with a vividly changing perception over the course of the day and the sun.
Within an ensemble of five high-rise buildings planned in Vienna's 19th district, characterised by a mixture and combination of living, working and leisure, this 88 m high hotel high-rise stands as a solitaire next to the other high-rise residential buildings connected by a common base.
In a prominent location on the banks of the Spree River in Berlin, a striking, nine-storey building is being built with a mixed use comprising a hotel with 167 rooms, around 70 rental flats and a restaurant in an attractive riverside location right next to East Side Park and the East Side Gallery.
The House of World Cultures in Berlin is being comprehensively modernised and repaired by us. Built in 1957 as a congress hall and affectionately called the "pregnant oyster" by Berliners, the building was rededicated as the House of World Cultures in 1989 after partial collapse, reconstruction and vacancy in order to promote dialogue between the continents.
On the former open space at Truman Plaza in Berlin-Dahlem, "Five Acres Berlin", a residential quarter with 130 residential units, was developed for Stofanel, which combines the advantages of urban living and large green and water areas due to its location.
Metro AG is one of the leading global retail chains. Its explosive growth made it necessary to build a head office in Moscow. The new 6-storey building for 700 employees consists of two offset structures enclosing a central atrium.
Hardly any German state parliament is so associated with its architecture in the public perception as the NRW state parliament with its iconic building on the banks of the Rhine in Düsseldorf. To this day, we oversee the preservation and transformation of the complex, which was completed in 1988, through many conversions and extensions.
The Chocolate Museum vividly shows the entire process from the growth of the cocoa bean to the finished chocolate product. By converting and extending the former customs yard, an exceptionally successful museum with 600,000 visitors a year was created at the prominently located entrée of Cologne's Rheinauhafen harbour.