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Düsseldorf: The Latest Architecture and News

WERFT 16 Office Building / Kresings Architektur

© Nils Koenning© Nils Koenning© Nils Koenning© Nils Koenning+ 26

Ciel et Terre Residential Tower / Molestina Architekten

© Roland Halbe
© Roland Halbe

© Roland Halbe© Roland Halbe© Roland Halbe© Roland Halbe+ 13

La Tête Media House / caspar.

© HGEsch, Hennef© HGEsch, Hennef© HGEsch, Hennef© HGEsch, Hennef+ 22

Düsseldorf, Germany

FOM Hochschule Building in Düsseldorf / J. Mayer H. Architects

© David Franck© David Franck© David Franck© Patricia Parinejad+ 29

Düsseldorf, Germany

Wehrhahn-Line Düsseldorf / netzwerkarchitekten

Pempelforter Strasse Station: “Surround”. Image © Jörg Hempel
Pempelforter Strasse Station: “Surround”. Image © Jörg Hempel

Schadowstraße Station: “Turnstile”. Image © Jörg HempelGraf Adolf Platz Station: “Achat”. Image © Jörg HempelPempelforter Strasse Station: “Surround”. Image © Jörg HempelKirchplatz Station: “Track X” . Image © Jörg Hempel+ 49

Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2016
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: VHB Memmingen, Degen + Rogowski, Schwab-Stein

Lausward Power Plant / kadawittfeldarchitektur

© Jens Kirchner© Jens Kirchner© Jens Kirchner© Jens Kirchner+ 15

Düsseldorf, Germany

Oeconomicum / Ingenhoven Architects

© H.G.Esch© H.G.Esch© Holger Knauf© H.G.Esch+ 11

Düsseldorf, Germany

Ballet am Rhein / gmp Architekten

© Marcus Bredt© Marcus Bredt© Marcus Bredt© Marcus Bredt+ 16

Düsseldorf, Germany

Exhibition: Paul Schneider von Esleben – The Legacy of Postwar Modernism

On 23 August, 2015 Paul Schneider von Esleben would have turned 100. With his projects he emphatically shaped the post-War architecture of West Germany until well into the 1970s. In North Rhine-Westphalia in particular he left behind a series of buildings that reflect the developments in architectural history in the first 20 years after the war. Von Esleben viewed buildings as gesamtkunstwerke, which he designed down to the last detail, be it art on the buildings or the furnishings inside.

Dreischeibenhaus / HPP Architects

Courtesy of HPP ArchitectsCourtesy of HPP ArchitectsCourtesy of HPP ArchitectsCourtesy of HPP Architects+ 15

O25's "Future Logistics Building" Wins Second in Prologis 2030 Competition

OFFICETWENTYFIVEARCHITECTS (O25) has won second prize the Prologis' 2030 Design competition, which challenged participating firms from seven European countries to redefine what logistics buildings may look like in the future.

O25's proposal utilizes a site similar to characteristic distribution sites, under the assumption that future demands will be closely aligned with current one. With this mentality, the design utilizes a greenfield site within close proximity to major transportation systems, but is not directly in the heart of the urban environment. Due to its semi-rural locality, the goal of the design was to create a functional and efficient distribution system that would not compete with, but rather complement, its surroundings, so unsightly features (storage areas) are located underground. Additional nods to the landscape are made by the integration of green space atop the loading bays.

Exterior view into the loading bay. Image Courtesy of O25Elevation of the office building. Image Courtesy of O25Interior view of the loading bay. Image Courtesy of O25Interior view of the office building. Image Courtesy of O25+ 6

EuroShop 2014 Stand / D’art Design Gruppe

© Lukas Palik© Lukas Palik© Lukas Palik© Lukas Palik+ 10

Düsseldorf, Germany

Burkhardt Leitner constructiv exhibition / Ippolito Fleitz Group

© Zooey Braun   © Zooey Braun   © Zooey Braun   © Zooey Braun   + 23

Capricorn House Medienhafen Düsseldorf / Gatermann + Schossig

© HG Esch© Markus Boeker© Markus BoekerCourtesy of Gatermann + Schossig+ 15

J. Mayer H. Designs 70-Meter Tower for Duesseldorf

J. Mayer H. has been crowned as winner of an invited competition to design a 19-story medical services and residential high-rise in the center of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region. The “sculptural” tower, which is defined by the horizontal “cloud-shaped” aluminum strips that cloak its facade, is designed to “provide a natural atmosphere” enhanced by planted terraces and balconies overlooking the adjacent landscape of the Rheinaue and views of Duesseldorf.

DUSSELDORF / Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners

© Jean-Luc Laloux© Jean-Luc Laloux© Jean-Luc Laloux© Jean-Luc Laloux+ 26

Düsseldorf, Germany

'In Orbit' Installation / Tomás Saraceno

A gigantic installation work by Tomás Saraceno, entitled “in orbit,” was just assembled last week in the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany. At a height of more than 20 meters above the piazza of the K21 Ständehaus, Saraceno has suspended a net construction within which visitors can move, apparently weightlessly. Saraceno’s net construction, which is accessible on three levels, resembles a cloud landscape: those bold enough to clamber high into the web set beneath the glass cupola perceive the museum visitors far below them from the lofty heights as tiny figures in a model world. The installation will be up until September 7th. More images and architects' description after the break.

Medical Library Oasis / HPP Architets + Volker Weuthen

© Ralph Richter
© Ralph Richter

© Jens Kirchner© Jens Kirchner© Jens Kirchner© Jens Kirchner+ 10