Ingenhoven Architects

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Faculty of Mathematics at Karlsruhe University: The Refurbishment of the Mathematics Building

Dating from 1964, the Faculty of Mathematics at Karlsruhe University has been upgraded in terms of energy conservation and architectural design by Ingenhoven Architects. It is possible to reduce the consumption of energy by half based on the innovative energy concept. The refurbishment of this Mathematics building is started in 2011 and completed in 2015 in Germany.

Lanserhof Lans: A Sustainable and Healthy Building Complex with Red Cedar Wood on the Facade

This extension building of the Lanserhof health resort in Lans, Austria has been completed in 2016. Ingenhoven Architects is in charge of the refurbishment of this project and the entire design of the new buildings, including its interior design. Lanserhof Lans is highlighted by its facade that consists of red cedarwood.

Institute of Organic Chemistry Heidelberg: A New Building with A Simple, Distinctive, Rectangular Shape

Ingenhoven Architects and Meyer Architects work together for the new building of the Institute of Organic Chemistry Heidelberg in Heidelberg, Germany. The aim of this new building project is to get a high rating according to the standards of the “Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen”. It offers a simple, distinctive, rectangular shape, and it is wrapped in a large screen.

Green Heart – Marina One Singapore: Four High-Rise Buildings with A Compact and Efficient Layout Design

Located in Singapore, Green Heart – Marina One Singapore is the largest project by Ingenhoven Architects in close cooperation with landscape architects Gustafson Porter + Bowman with 400.000 m² in size. This project is started in 2011 and opened on 15th January 2018 officially. It comprises four high-rise buildings with a compact and efficient layout design complemented by energy-saving ventilation systems.

Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf: Transformation of Headquarters Building into A New Real Estate

Designed by Ingenhoven Architects and partner, Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf is transformed into a new type of real estate. Won the first prize in an international competition in 1997, this building is stripped down and the structure is changed. It also designed with a free-standing glass screen that offers an unfettered view.

Office Building Speditionsstrasse 17: A New Office Building with A Solid Character

This new office building is located in one of the liveliest places in the city, at the end of a piece of land projecting into the Düsseldorf Media Harbour. Office Building Speditionsstrasse 17 is a completed project of an office building by Ingenhoven Architects. With the time of day, the building’s character changes from highly transparent to solid.

Ammonhof: An Office Building with Clear and Simple Exterior and Interior Facades

Located on a former road haulage site in Dresden, Ammonhof is an office building project by Ingenhoven Architects and team. Executed in 1994 and finished in 1997, the building has a drop-shaped basic form that fits into the site’s situation. It also has exterior and interior facades that designed in a simple, clear, and neutral way.

RWE Headquarters: An Ecologically Orientated Building with A Double Skin Overall Glass Facade

Ingenhoven Architects worked together with Bob Gansfort for the international competition in 1991. Executed in 1994 to 1997, RWE Headquarters becomes the first German ecologically orientated high-rise with 127 meters in high. It is the first ecologically orientated building with a double skin overall glass facade and 32 stories.

Audi Pavilion: A Trade Fair Booth with Triangular Sheets of Security Glass

Located in Geneva, Paris, Audi Pavilion is a trade fair booth for the Audi Corporation to display cars in a custom-engineered loop. This booth was a result of an international design competition in 1998 by an architect team from Ingenhoven Architects and partners, executed in 1999 to 2001. Triangular sheets of security glass in different formats are used for the loop surface to allow for select views.