Two Are Better than One: Iconic Awards for Two RBSGROUP Projects
From the Bayerische Staatsbank (Bavarian state bank) to hotel and from an old bookbindery to innovation hub. Experts from RBSGROUP – Part of Drees & Sommer received two Iconic Awards for the conceptual framework, presentation and design of The Lovelace project in Munich and the DS HUB in Stuttgart.
Second Construction Phase of Jungheinrich Headquarters in Hamburg Completed
On September 3, 2019, Jungheinrich AG announced the latest changes in the Management Board and Supervisory Board, while also celebrating the opening of the second part of its new corporate headquarters building.
City of Münster Transforms Army Barracks into New Residential Neighborhood
How do Münster residents want to live in 2030? The response to this question is provided by the new residential city neighborhoods currently being developed as part of the conversion of the British army’s former York and Oxford Barracks.
Straubenhardt – First Model Municipal Community in the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg to Commit to Recyclable Buildings
Unnecessary waste comes not only from drinking straws or plastic bags. Half of the waste produced in Germany currently comes from construction and demolition.
Office User Monitor 2025 Study Finds: Office Users Want It Cozy
Employees spend most of their day in the office. In the vast majority of cases, the focus at the workplace is on practicality rather than on feeling comfortable. While we furnish our own homes as pleasantly as we can, there is often little scope at the office to have a say in the matter.
80 Percent Favor Urban Cable Cars
In Latin America, cable cars are a standard feature in local transit systems. Metropolises such as La Paz, Medellin and Mexico City leverage its advantages to alleviate gridlock: no traffic jams, virtually no emissions, low noise and relatively low costs. In Germany, citizen objections are still a common reason why cable car plans founder.