For the third time and in in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safty (BMUB) the Ziegel Zentrum Süd e.V. (ZZS) awarded the nationwide German Architecture Prize 2017 for energetically brick projects. A total of 94 submissions of exemplary brick projects were submitted. The award ceremony and presentation of this year’s winner was held on Friday the 3th February 2017 in the Technical Town Hall in Munich, Department Building Authority. Our Team of Gerber Architekten took part, was awarded recognition and ranked among the best 19 objects for our project the Vocational Colleges at U Tower in Dortmund. At the beginning of March a wide range of submitted projects will be displayed in the entrée of the Technical Town Hall in Munich.

For further Information go to: Vocational Colleges at U-Tower, Dortmund

Photo: ©Gerber Architekten, Photo: HG Esch

The world-wide leadest property fair MIPIM will be held for the 28th time from 14th to 17th March in the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France. Gerber Architekten taking part for the fourth time and welcome you this year in the German Pavilion – Riviera Hall, which is co-founded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Visit our expert lecture on 17th March at 09:30 and meet us at the booth R.7.G38/20. We look forward to seeing you there!

You cand find more Information here: Gerber Architekten – MIPIM 2017

Photo: ©Gerber Architekten, MIPIM 2016

The architect’s competition for a new building of the children’s clinic Bethel is decided:
On 30th of January the renowned jury ranked the most suitable and creative concept. Members of the jury were among Prof. Eckhard Gerber the director of EvKb Dr. Rainer Norden, Dr. Brigitte Mohn, Christina Rau and paediatrician, cabaret artist and television presenter Dr. Eckart von Hirschhausen. The winners of this competition is the architecture office Hascher und Jehle from Berlin.

More information: News EvKB

Photo: ©Mario Haase

Today at the CVUA-MEL (Chemical and Veterinary Research Office Münsterland-Emscher-Lippe begin the construction works of the new two-story extensional building. In light of the geographical and constructional situation, the new building connects to the existing building as a compact construction block with a bridge between the old and new area. In the future, additional laboratory-, office- and working spaces can be reached via the connecting way in the 1st floor and across the main entrance.

Find more information about the existing building here: CVUA-MEL

Photo: ©Gerber Architekten

The New Years Reception 2017 of the Forums StadtBauKultur Hagen is held on 26 January 2017. The event will start at 18:00 in the auditorium of the ‘Kunstquartier’ KEO/ESM at the Museumsplatz 1 in 58095 Hagen. Prof. Eckhard Gerber will give a talk on ‘The future of cities’. (For the event a registration is required!)

Gerber Architekten wish you and your family a merry Chinese Spring Festival with good health, luck and much success in the New Year! The whole team would like to thank you for the good cooperation and your confidence in us in the last year and we look forward to our continued collaboration.

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Anlässlich unseres 50-jährigen Firmenjubiläums stellen wir seit dem 11. Dezember 2016 im AEDES Architekturforum in Berlin mit der Ausstellung ‚Meilensteine aus fünf Jahrzehnten‘ eine große Auswahl an bereits realisierten Bauten und neu entstehenden Projekten aus. Vergangenen Freitag führte Prof. Eckhard Gerber persönlich durch die Timeline von 50 Jahre Gerber Architekten.
Besuchen auch Sie noch bis zum 19. Januar 2017 unsere Ausstellung in Berlin!

Ausstellung: 11. Dezember 2016 – 19. Januar 2017
Ausstellungsort: Aedes Architekturforum, Christinenstr.18-19, 10119 Berlin
Öffnungszeiten: Di-Fr 11-18.30 Uhr, So-Mo 13-17 Uhr

Foto: ©Gerber Architekten

Construction has started. The new research building, the MIC-Multiscale Imaging Centre in Münster, provides a central building for various institutes participating in interdisciplinary research. The compact building volume is clearly structured and is divided in plan into three zones—an office/seminarzone, a standard laboratory zone, and a zone for special functions with areas for animal experiments, areas for housing animals or microscopy. With its three or four storeys, the volume responds to the adjoining buildings. The brick façade picks up the materiality of the existing buildings, so that the new building fits into its tradition-steeped surroundings. The new building has a sculptural form, enlivened by recessed and projecting volumes.

Find more information here: MIC

Photo: ©Gerber Architekten