Allmann Sattler Wappner

Architekten GmbH | München | Da 1993 | Impiegati 60

Allmann Sattler Wappner
Architekten GmbH
Nymphenburger Str. 125, 80636 München, Germania
Telefono +49-89-13 99 25-0
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Allmann Sattler Wappner
Markus Allmann, Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Architekt

Technische Universität, Munich

born on 2 June 1959

languages: German, English, French



during university 

Douine + Prunis, Avignon / France

Favre + Guth, Geneva / Switzerland



after university

collaboration with Betrix and Consolascio, Zurich / Switzerland

1987 formation of the architects’ practice Allmann Sattler, Munich
1993 expansion of the practice to Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten



Professor at Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Raumkonzeptionen und Grundlagen des Entwerfens IRGE, Institutional Director

Visiting Professor at Peter Behrens School of Architecture, Düsseldorf

Member of the Advisory Board of Haus der Gegenwart 

frequent member of competition juries

Amandus Sattler, Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Architekt

Technische Universität, Munich

born on 26 March 1957

languages: German, English
 
during university 
founded a study group for art and architecture called "Sprengwerk" in Munich
 
after university
1987 formation of the architects' practice Allmann Sattler, Munich
1993 expansion of the practice to Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten
 
Lecturer for Architecture and Urban Design, Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Munich
2009 Visiting Professor at Fachhochschule Köln, Fakultät für Architektur
2007 Visiting Professor at Semaine Internationale, École Nationale Supérieur d'Architecture de Nancy / France
frequent member of competition juries

Ludwig Wappner, Dipl.-Ing. Architekt und Stadtplaner

Technische Universität, Munich

born on 10 November 1957

languages: German, English, French
 
during university 
founded a study group for art and architecture called "Sprengwerk" in Munich
 
after university
collaboration with Schmidt-Schicketanz and Partner, Munich
Assistant at the Institute for Building Theories and Design, Technische Universität, Munich
1993 expansion of the practice to Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten
 
Visiting Professor at Hochschule für Technik, Stuttgart
Member of the committee for town planning,  Munich
Member of the advisory group of "Messestadt Riem", Munich
Member of the committee for design in Ingolstadt
Member of the committee for architecture and urban design in Trier
Committee Member for competitions initiated by the Bavarian Chamber of Architects 
frequent member of competition juries

Profile

Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten is an internationally operating company based in Munich. The architects’ practice currently employs 60 members of staff from eight countries working in a variety of teams under the leadership of the three partners, Markus Allmann, Amandus Sattler and Ludwig Wappner.
 
The practice’s assignments encompass the entire range of architectural activity. In urban planning, public, residential and commercial buildings as well as work in the field of product design, the holistic design methodology embraces the entire process from draft to detail. The work is characterised by the search for a context-related dialogue, identifying with the surroundings at the same time as offering structural flexibility, appropriate consumption of resources and precision in the execution. Based on an integrated approach, the teams work closely together with engineers, artists and specialists from other fields.
 
The most well-known projects are the Herz Jesu Church, the Haus der Gegenwart in Munich and the administration building for Südwestmetall in Reutlingen. The master planning for the new corporate architecture of Audi is currently being implemented in ten countries worldwide. Further projects now in progress are the Stachus Shopping Centre and the Pasing Arcaden in Munich, the Stadtbahn Karlsruhe as well as the Dornier Aircraft Museum in Friedrichshafen.
 
The architecture of Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten has been commended on numerous occasions. Amongst the awards were the German Architecture Award, the Hugo Häring Award, the German Steel Design Award, the Lighting Design Award, the LEAF Award and the ECOLA Award.

Premi e riconoscimenti

2009
Hugo-Häring-Preis 2009
Paul-Horn-Arena, Tübingen

2008
Gestaltungspreis der Wüstenrot Stiftung „Energieeffiziente Architektur in Deutschland"
Paul-Horn-Arena, Tübingen

Auszeichnung guter Bauten 2008, BDA Baden-Württemberg
Paul-Horn-Arena, Tübingen

2007
IOC/IAKS Award 2007, Bronzemedaille
Paul-Horn-Arena, Tübingen

2006
ECOLA-Award
Haus der Gegenwart, München

Hugo-Häring-Preis 2006
Südwestmetall, Reutlingen

Deutscher Fassadenpreis 2007
BASF-Servicezentrum, Ludwigshafen,

Architekturpreis für vorbildliche Gewerbebauten, Hypo Real Estate Stiftung
Nymphenburger Straße, München

Fassadenpreis, Landeshauptstadt München
Nymphenburger Strasse, München

Preis für Denkmalschutz und Neues Bauen, Landeshauptstadt München
Nymphenburger Straße, München

Office Application Award 2006 - Best Office Conzept
BASF Servicezentrum, Ludwigshafen

Preis des Deutschen Stahlbaues 2006
Paul-Horn-Arena, Tübingen

2005
Stiftungspreis „Lebendige Stadt“, Anerkennung
Paul-Horn-Arena, Tübingen

EON Kulturpreis 2005, Kategorie Kunst

2004
DETAIL Preis 2005
Südwestmetall, Reutlingen

WESTHYP-Stiftung / Architekturpreis für vorbildliche Gewerbebauten 2004,     Anerkennung / BASF-Servicezentrum, Ludwigshafen

Innovationspreis Architektur und Office
Ophelis Pfalzmöbel, Arbeitstisch-System

LEAF Award 2004
Südwestmetall, Reutlingen

Besondere Auszeichnung „Best of Europe"
Südwestmetall, Reutlingen

Preis des Deutschen Stahlbaus 2004
Südwestmetall, Reutlingen

Innovationspreis Architektur und Bauwesen
BASF Servicezentrum, Ludwigshafen

2003
Deutscher Fassadenpreis 2004
Südwestmetall, Reutlingen

FAMB-ADAM-Award
Duravit Messestand, Frankfurt

femb-Award 2003
CeaTransconnect, München

2002
Wessobrunner Architekturpreis
Modellbauwerkstatt, Wolfratshausen

European Union Prize for Contemp. Architecture, Mies v. d. Rohe Award, Nominierung Gymnasium Markt Indersdorf

Preis des Deutschen Stahlbaues 2002, Anerkennung
Herz Jesu Kirche, München

2001
International Ligna plus Award 2001 / Holzbauarchitektur
Herz Jesu Kirche, München

Licht-Architekturpreis
Herz Jesu Kirche, München

European Union Prize for Contemp. Architecture, Mies v. d. Rohe Award, Nominierung Herz Jesu Kirche, München

2000
GE Edison Award of Excellence in Lighting Design        
Herz Jesu Kirche, München / Lichtplanung: George Sexton, Washington

Preisträger des Wettbewerbs "Neues Leben in alten Gebäuden"
Deutsche Bank Bauspar AG / Heyne Fabrik, Offenbach

1999
Hessischer Denkmalschutzpreis
Heyne Fabrik, Offenbach

1998
Gestaltungspreis der Wüstenrot Stiftung
Heyne Fabrik, Offenbach

1997
Deutscher Architekturpreis 1997
Samuel-von-Pufendorf-Gymnasium, Flöha

Deutscher Architekturpreis Beton 1997,  Lobende Erwähnung
Samuel-von-Pufendorf-Gymnasium, Flöha

1994
Architekturpreis des Neuen Sächsischen Kunstvereins, Lobende Anerkennung
Samuel-von-Pufendorf-Gymnasium, Flöha

1993
Kunstförderpreis der Stadt München