Examples of use by customers of Allplan Architecture with impressive
Architecture and Identity
Messe Frankfurt - North Gate, oval roof on existing street bridge
In the past few years Ingo Schrader designed and realized different construction projects for Messe Frankfurt, including the North Gate, which has been awarded several architectural prizes, plus various guard houses. In accordance with the initial sketches and conceptual thoughts Ingo Schrade used Allplan Architecture in the design stage already in order to create 3D models which were used to refine and verify the concept.
Archieving the passive house standard with BIM
Frankfurt Hoechst Clinic
Architects from the firm of wörner traxler richter used solutions from the ALLPLAN portfolio to design the first hospital which complies with the passive house standard.
Sky Tower Bietingen-Bissingen, Germany
The “SKY” residential and commercial building is one of the highest construction projects the town of Bietigheim-Bissingen has ever seen. The building will have 18 stories, and as a result, will soar above most of the buildings in the district capital on the Neckar and Enz rivers. Even the designers at the architecture office responsible, KMB in Ludwigsburg, were somewhat surprised that this huge building project, which at 67 meters high does justice to its name, has actually come about.
Wellness for cyclists in the vineyards
CYCLIST HOTEL “DER KÖNIG IM WEINBERG” NEAR KOBLENZ, GERMANY
A bike ride along the Mosel is a wonderful thing, but everyone – from the road racer to the Sunday rider – longs for a break at some point. If it were up to Jan Haloschan, this would be the highest point between the small town of Winningen and Koblenz-Güls. The MA student of architecture at the University of Koblenz wrote his bachelor thesis on the needs of weary cyclists and with the help of Allplan Architecture, designed a “Bike and Bed” that sits proudly on the vineyard.
A Flagship Project
Felix Platter Hospital, Basel, Switzerland
By summer 2018, there will be a new hospital for geriatric medicine on the Felix Platter site in Basel. With the realization of the project from consortium "ARGE HandinHand", which won the two-stage overall performance competition, the hospital should "reach new heights", in the words of the hospital management team. The project, which will cost 200 million francs, is also one of the first BIM projects in Switzerland.
Learning in a playful manner behind colorful walls
Evangelische Grundschule Karlsruhe, Germany
The construction project of the school foundation of the Protestant Church in Baden consists of two clearly defined, two-story individual buildings (elementary school and sports hall), grouped around a shared courtyard. At the same time, this central schoolyard is the entrance to all areas and creates a concise and highly recognizable outdoor area.
Vertical Gardens – Fresh air for the office
Renovation of the Microsoft Headquarters in Vienna, Austria
In many workspaces, the air is too dry and contains hazardous substances that may cause health complaints. Many of these complaints can be significantly reduced by simply bringing in plants that purify the air. Plants add water vapor to the air, absorb heat and sounds, and can take in and reduce hazardous substances. People therefore find workplaces containing plants more pleasant, which is proven to reduce stress and signs of "sick building syndrome", such as headaches and fatigue.
Festhalle Neckartailfingen, Germany
The idyllic surroundings and riverside setting played a crucial role in the design of the new festival hall in Neckartailfingen.A defining element of this building is the roof construction, architecturally reflecting the interwining branches of the nearby tree-lined Neckarallee. In addition to the roof, the extensive use of glass in the hall and foyer is another important design feature. They offer visitors an uninterrupted view of the natural surroundings.
A building for children
La Maison Kangourou, France
What do an architecture firm and a nursery school have in common? Easy: they share the same vision! To create daycare facilities especially for children. When they set up their architecture firm Archipel41 in 2001, Managing Directors Laurent Dachet, Marco Ferrer, Carlos Vasconcelos, and Christophe Alamargot realized how difficult it was for their employees to find daycare facilities near their workplace.
Disciplined building with poetry
Offenbach Hospital, Germany
The office of "wörner traxler richter" as one of the largest architectural offices in Germany, can look back on a 40-year tradition of planning and realization of buildings to urban concepts and masterplans. During this time, it has specialized in health and university buildings and social housing. WTR relies on the strengths of the Allplan BIM software for all phases of its projects.
Heading into the future
Vollack Culture and creative park, Karlsruhe
The largest office building of Baden-Württemberg using passive building standards is on the grounds of the Alter Schlachthof ("old slaughterhouse") in Karlsruhe's Culture and Creative Park. Vollack, the Karlsruhe specialists in advanced office and industrial buildings, is responsible for the project development, planning, and execution.
Architecture in action
Wellendingen Fire Station, Germany
Functionality and design are what make the new fire station in Wellendingen stand out. This modern building is part of a village regeneration project. The existing fire station building in the center of the village had become too small and was demolished. A new building was erected on the edge of the village along the main thoroughfare.
Combining functional and individual concepts
New construction of a production hall with an adjoining administrative building in Dinslaken, Germany
The new construction of a production hall with a connected administrative building for Hesotec in Dinslaken represents both the core business – commercial construction – and the individual and creative solutions developed by Brüninghoff, the hall construction specialists. A completely new operational site combining functionality and individuality was the result.
Clear the stage!
Sechseläutenplatz Zürich, Switzerland
Complex construction projects need time. Particularly when they involve a famous city location like Zürich's Sechseläutenplatz. The planning and construction of the "Opernhaus, Parkhaus Opéra und Sechseläutenplatz," project took 14 years and was finally completed and the square officially inaugurated in spring 2014. The first step, critical to the redevelopment of the square, was moving the parking lots from their above ground location...