Meet 29 German companies
13 – 16 March 2018
Palais des Festivals et des Congrès Cannes, France
Welcome to the presentation of the Federal Republic of Germany at the MIPIM, where in this year 29 German architects and accompanying firms present their outstanding skills.
Technical excellence, responsible design and global leadership in energy efficiency can here be discovered - and discussed.
On behalf of the German exhibitors, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) and the Federal Chamber of German Architects (Bundesarchitektenkammer e.V.) you are cordially invited to visit the German Pavilion at the MIPIM, which is the most important and most exclusive trade fair for international real estate.
We all wish you a prosperous participation and successful visit.
LAVA LABORATORY FOR VISIONARY ARCHITECTURE
Booth number: R.7.G38/24
J.MAYER.H und Partner, Architekten mbB
FOM UNIVERSITY - Düsseldorf, Germany
Booth number: R.7.G38/28
Baukultur Report 2014/15 "Built Living Spaces of the Future - Focus City"
Booth number: R.7.G38/05
kap - At the tip of Offenbach Harbour, Offenbach/Germany
Booth number: R.7.G38/18
Weitblick 1.7, Innovation Campus Augsburg, Germany
Booth number: R.7.G38/26
Eller + Eller Architekten GmbH
FGS Campus – Flick Gocke Schaumburg, Bonn/GER
Booth number: R.7.G38/13
Weitblick 1.7 – the new landmark of Augsburg city, Germany
Under the principle of “innovation means progress”, a new building project named Weitblick 1.7 is going to be designed as part of the unique city project “Augsburger Innovationspark”. Especially for the realization a new company called Weitblick 1.7 GmbH & Co. KG was founded. It is a joint-ventur... | Further reading
MBS Education and Conference Centre
In Europe’s second largest baroque castle schneider+schumacher has just completed a modern study and conference centre for Mannheim Business School. Dug into the garden, the new intervention and the historic building together now form a remarkable unity that symbolizes not just the desire ... | Further reading