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Day Care Center / LÜPS

01:00 - 10 April, 2012
Day Care Center / LÜPS, © ATELIER LÜPS
© ATELIER LÜPS

© ATELIER LÜPS © ATELIER LÜPS © ATELIER LÜPS © ATELIER LÜPS +13

  • Architects

  • Location

    Múnich, Alemania
  • Architects

    ATELIER LÜPS - Mauritz + W-E. Lüps
  • Collaborators

    Claudia Peter, Martina Machova
  • Structure

    Planungsgesellschaft Dittrich MBH
  • Elecrical engineering

    IBM-TGA GmbH
  • Construction Management

    Silke Neugebauer, CLMap GmbH
  • Hvacr

    GFI mbH
  • Contractor

    Mickan mbH&Co.KG
  • Photographs

Atelier and Office Building / LÜPS

01:00 - 28 March, 2012
Atelier and Office Building / LÜPS, Courtesy of Atelier Lüps
Courtesy of Atelier Lüps

Courtesy of Atelier Lüps Courtesy of Atelier Lüps Courtesy of Atelier Lüps Courtesy of Atelier Lüps +15

  • Architects

  • Location

    Schondorf, Germany
  • Collaborators

    Peter Megele, Thomas Huber
  • Structure

    IB Heinrich
  • Project Year

    2010

Energy Center, Woodchips Energy Plant / LÜPS

07:00 - 24 March, 2012
Courtesy of LÜPS
Courtesy of LÜPS

The proposal by LÜPS for the Energy Center, Woodchips Energy Plant at the the convent of arch abbey St. Ottilien aims to stand out from the existing, architecturally less appealing buildings. Above a massive concrete architrave block, a transparent facade arises, made from frame-less polycarbonate sheets, allowing a view onto the wooden branch-like structure inside the building. Lying in the north of the convent grounds, between agriculture and hen-houses, the energetic project finds its importance represented by the impression one gets of the newly constructed building. More images and architects’ description after the break.