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Stuttgart: The Latest Architecture and News

New Brick Daycare Center / se\arch architekten

© Zooey Braun Photography© Zooey Braun Photography© Zooey Braun Photography© Zooey Braun Photography+ 11

Stuttgart, Germany

KiTa im Park Daycare Center / Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel Gesellschaft von Architekten

© Zooey Braun© Zooey Braun© Zooey Braun© Zooey Braun+ 17

Stuttgart, Germany

Wagenhallen Stuttgart Cultural Center / ATELIER BRÜCKNER

© Ferdinando Lannone© Daniel Stauch© ATELIER BRÜCKNER / Michael Reiner© ATELIER BRÜCKNER / Christian Kroh+ 12

Church St. Fidelis in Stuttgart / Schleicher ragaller architekten

© Zooey Braun© Zooey Braun© Zooey Braun© Zooey Braun+ 34

Extension Headquarter EMAG / Neugebauer + Roesch Architekten

© Dietmar Strauss© Dietmar Strauss© Dietmar Strauss© Dietmar Strauss+ 22

Command and Situation Centre Stuttgart Police Headquarters / Peter W. Schmidt Architekt

© Stefan Müller© Stefan Müller© Stefan Müller© Stefan Müller+ 16

S2 Apartments / Bottega + Ehrhardt Architekten

© David Franck© David Franck© David Franck© David Franck+ 32

Stuttgart, Germany

Advanced Construction: Material Innovations and New Technologies

Materials and technology come together in new spaces and experiences. When looking to innovations in advanced construction, the Institute for Computational Design (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE), together with students at the University of Stuttgart, have been creating a series of experimental pavilion for many years. These structures tell a story of computational design and computer-aided manufacturing processes for advanced construction.

Courtesy of ICD-ITKECourtesy of ICD-ITKECourtesy of ICD-ITKECourtesy of ICD-ITKE+ 13

CIFI Sales Center ‘The Landscape’ / Ippolito Fleitz Group + LWK+Partners

© Highlight Images© Highlight Images© Highlight Images© Highlight Images+ 22

Chongqing, China

ITECH Research Demonstrator Explores the Adaptive Architectural Realm

Courtesy of ICD/ITKE, University of StuttgartCourtesy of ICD/ITKE, University of StuttgartCourtesy of ICD/ITKE, University of StuttgartCourtesy of ICD/ITKE, University of Stuttgart+ 31

The Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD), the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) and the Institute for Textile and Fiber Technologies (ITFT) at the University of Stuttgart have launched the ITECH Research Demonstrator 2018-19. The project aims to investigate large-scale compliant architecture.

BF30 Houses / Bottega + Ehrhardt Architekten

© David Franck© David Franck© David Franck© David Franck+ 30

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  1800
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2013
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: EQUITONE, Otis, Alurays, Etex Colombia, Hoval, +1

Dorotheen Quartier / Behnisch Architekten

© David Matthiessen© David Matthiessen© David Matthiessen© David Matthiessen+ 23

NUB / Amunt

© Brigida González© Brigida González© Brigida González© Brigida González+ 20

Stuttgart, Germany

AD Classics: Weissenhof-Siedlung Houses 14 and 15 / Le Corbusier + Pierre Jeanneret

This article was originally published on March 26, 2014. To read the stories behind other celebrated architecture projects, visit our AD Classics section.

The two-family structure known as Houses 14 and 15, designed by International Style, Le Corbusier's work in Stuttgart serves as a critical prototype in the development and realization of the Swiss architect’s architectural identity, which would revolutionize 20th century architecture.

© Hassan Bagheri / hbarchitectural.com© Hassan Bagheri / hbarchitectural.com© Hassan Bagheri / hbarchitectural.com© Hassan Bagheri / hbarchitectural.com+ 18

ICD Aggregate Pavilion 2018 / ICD University of Stuttgart

© ICD University Stuttgart© Roland Halbe© ICD University Stuttgart© Roland Halbe+ 36

Stuttgart, Germany, Germany

Students at the University of Stuttgart Create Adaptable Canopy That's Reconfigured Using Drones

The project Cyber Physical Macro Materials was developed at the University of Stuttgart's Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) to demonstrate a tangible vision of a new dynamic (and intelligent) architecture for public spaces. The agile and reconfigurable canopy is enabled by a combination of distributed robotic construction and programmable matter. Reconfigured using drones, the canopy was created with modular components that could respond in real-time to the climate or sun angles.

Students at the University of Stuttgart Create Adaptable Canopy That's Reconfigured Using DronesCyber Physical Macro Material Canopy. Image © ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart, M. Aflalo, J. Chen, B. TahanzadehCyber Physical Macro Material Canopy. Image © ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart, M. Aflalo, J. Chen, B. TahanzadehCyber Physical Macro Material Canopy. Image © ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart, M. Aflalo, J. Chen, B. Tahanzadeh (original picture © Marco Castro/Photography)+ 11

The Architect as Educator: Remembering Gunnar Birkerts

Gunnar Birkerts, Latvian-born architect and educator, passed away on August 15, 2017, at the age of 92. A passionate advocate of a creative process he called "organic synthesis," he leaves behind dozens of built works over three continents and influenced hundreds of architectural students and colleagues through his inquiry-based process and dynamic interactions. Eric Hill and John Gallagher, in their AIA Guide to Detroit, said of Birkerts’ architecture:

Each of his works seems to be approached as an opportunity to explore the essence of an architectural problem, resulting in a statement that often exceeds the immediate project.

Gunnar Birkerts in an undated photo. Image via The RepublicCorning Fire Station, New York. Image© <a href=“https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Brikerts_Corning_Fire_Station.jpg”>Unknown Wikimedia Author</a> licensed under <a href=“https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/“>CC BY 3.0</a>The Latvian National Library (2014). © <a href=“https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Riga_Petrikirche_Blick_vom_Turm_zur_Nationalbibliothek.JPG”>Wikimedia user Zairon</a> licensed under <a href=“https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/“>CC BY 4.0</a>. Image Courtesy of Wikimedia User Zaironederal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 1973, (now: Marquette Plaza), in its original configuration.. ImageVia <a href=“https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marquette_Plaza.jpg”>Wikimedia Commons / Historic American Buildings Survey</a> licensed under <a href=“https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/deed.en“>CC0 1.0 (Public Domain)</a>+ 4

Haus B / Yonder – Architektur und Design

© Brigida González© Brigida González© Brigida González© Brigida González+ 23

Stuttgart, Germany