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Gerkan, Marg & Partners (gmp) is an international architectural company based in Hamburg, Germany. The company was founded in 1965 by Meinhard von Gerkan and Volkwin Marg, and now has more than 300 employees in 13 offices
Gerkan, Marg & Partners (gmp) is an international architectural company based in Hamburg, Germany. The company was founded in 1965 by Meinhard von Gerkan and Volkwin Marg, and now has more than 300 employees in 13 offices. Leipzig Trade Fair, Leipzig, Germany (1996). Hörn Bridge, Kiel, Germany (1997). Swissôtel Berlin, Berlin, Germany (2001). Berlin Hauptbahnhof, Berlin, Germany (2006). Vietnam National Convention Center, Hanoi, Vietnam (2006). Haidian Christian Church, Beijing, China (2007).
The latest volume documenting Germany's contribution to contemporary landscape architecture and environmental design. We expect today's landscape architecture to present projects for open spaces which respond to the challenges arising in modern society. Parks and squares should be contributing factors to an integrated urban and rural development. Sophisticated open spaces provide incentives for investors in the com petition for urban locations and European cooperation is paving the way for international projects.
Today, Meinhard von Gerkan, founding partner of gmp, turns 8. Hier ein kleiner Vorgeschmack auf den Beitrag, der in der Februarausgabe der DBZ erscheint.
Today, Meinhard von Gerkan, founding partner of gmp, turns 85. Starting with the large Berlin Tegel Airport project in the 1960s, von Gerkan has made a significant contribution to architecture in the Federal Republic of Germany. Today, gmp is one of the largest German architectural practices, with an international presence and over 500 employees. Am heutigen Tag begeht Meinhard von Gerkan, Gründungspartner von gmp, seinen 85. Geburtstag. 5. DBZ Deutsche BauZeitschrift. 11 December 2019 at 09:44 ·.
The new German architecture. The wide variety of projects presented includes Meinhard von Gerkan's Airport Terminal in Stuttgart and Elbschlucht Complex in Hamburg, Karljosef Schattner's varied projects in Eichstatt, and Christoph Langhof's Pressehaus in Berlin. The comprehensive essays examine Germany's architectural history and postwar urban planning, as well as the ramifications of reunification.
The German Design Awards 2020 have just released their awaited list of winners in different categories: excellent architecture, excellent communication design, excellent product design, and universal design. The program has also selected Jasper Morrison as the 2020 personality of the year.
Meinhard von Gerkan; 'Berlin' Armchair by Knoll for the Berlin-Tegel Airport . Schlosskirche Waldheim: Hinter den Mauern der t steht die Schloßkirche.
Meinhard von Gerkan; 'Berlin' Armchair by Knoll for the Berlin-Tegel Airport, 1975. Modern Buildings Modern Architecture Halls Towers Facades Tours. Architizer is the largest database for architecture and sourcing building products. Home of the A+Awards - the global awards program for today’s best architects. Sie ist ein Renaissancebau mit spätgotischer, weit herabgezogener Netzgewölbedecke, durch die eine schöne Akustik gegeben ist.
Von Gerkan, Marg and Partner have made an exceptional contribution to the development of transportation buildings: their work is indeed exemplary as to concepts and new solutions. This book presents for the first time the most important transportation buildings and projects designed by gmp between 1964 and 1996, many of them built. It also documents the visionary quality of their airport designs for Berlin, Algiers, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Moscow, Pyongyang and Zurich, which were as future-oriented as their more recent concepts for railway stations for Berlin, Stuttgart, Munich, Frankfurt or Potsdam. Individual elements for the revitalization of existing railway stations are presented parallel to integral development projects; the ideas and designs are on a supremely aesthetic level throughout. Attention to detail has gone as far as leading to a new color and natural textiles concept for the interior design of railway carriage interiors.