We are looking for dedicated architects (m/f/d) to work in the areas of detailed design, design and concept development. Current vacancies: Junior Architect and Architecture Intern.
This year, we will once again take part in EXPO REAL, the international trade fair for property and investment. Meet our partners Kasimir Altzweig and Martin Murphy in Munich from 4 to 6 October.
The modern office project BON5 is under construction in Düsseldorf’s Golzheim district, a heterogeneous urban environment. The project is particularly focused on sustainability, which is why the building is designed according to the KfW55 standard and will be awarded the sustainability certificate in gold by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). The topping-out ceremony was celebrated on Tuesday 23 August.
We have been elected to the board of directors of BIM Allianz and are represented by our associate Hanns-Jochen Weyland. This enriches the strategic development of the alliance, in which we are pleased to be involved as a committed member of the board.
A new microsite for Germany’s tallest wooden skyscraper. The volume of material used saves approx. 26,000 tonnes of CO2 compared to the production, transport and disposal of conventional building materials.
Phase Sustainability is a joint initiative of the German Sustainable Building Council and the Federal Chamber of Architects. Our office participates in the initiative, thus making an active contribution to sustainable architecture.
The office and commercial building at Klostertor 1 in Hamburg is ready for occupancy. The first tenants are Vestas Deutschland, a globally active provider of onshore & offshore wind energy solutions, and Finc3, an online marketing agency.
Rising to a height of around 10 metres and weighing 17 tonnes, the concrete columns fulfil both a design and a structural function. The columns, which are connected at the top by elegant arches, were embedded in the foundation.
On 21 June 2022, we had the pleasure of hosting the BIM Alliance in our office. The sustainability working group deals with methods and tools to link BIM and sustainability across office boundaries.
Last December, HANSA Baugenossenschaft, in consultation with the Bergedorf district authority, launched an architectural competition for part of the Beensroaredder Quarter, located south of Reinbeker Redder. The selection committee voted in favour of the design by Störmer Murphy and Partners.
“In the building sector, too, we have to think more in terms of life cycles.” In an interview with the Business Forum, Martin Murphy spoke about the architectural and aesthetic challenges of this approach, the most important impulses for sustainable building and the reasons why innovation should definitely not appear on the business agenda as a scheduled event.