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September 21st, 2022
our Innovation and Start-up Centre (IGZ) celebrated its topping-out ceremony

On the 15th of September, our Innovation and Start-up Centre (IGZ) celebrated its topping-out ceremony.
The 5-storey building is being constructed in the immediate vicinity of the University of Cologne campus and will offer a mix of open working environments, closed home bases and rooms for active break organization.

September 21st, 2022
Cologneo Campus: MI5 office building celebrates topping-out ceremony

On 13.09., our Cologneo project celebrated the topping-out ceremony of the climate-neutral MI5 office building.

We are delighted that the sustainably planned “Cologneo Campus” quarter, consisting of several buildings, will make its mark on the cityscape.

September 19th, 2022
Won! New day care centre on Franzstraße Aachen

The competition for the new day-care centre on Franzstraße was won by us. Our approach of reusing a high percentage of building materials from the old structure and integrating them into the new building convinced the jury.

The new building of the day care centre with at least five groups will be accompanied by two single-field sports halls.

September 15th, 2022
NOW, NEAR, NEXT, Transforming German Architecture

NOW, NEAR, NEXT, the digital exhibition of projects by NAX partners, focuses on the transformation of architecture and construction. The consistent German values such as perfectionism, quality in construction and project management, reliable engineering services and on-time delivery are enhanced by the experimental, the courageous, the different, the creative, the unfinished and perhaps also the typically “un-German”.

NOW, NEAR, NEXT shows the processual strive towards ever better solutions and the ongoing further development and research, as well as the future-oriented change in German construction. The exhibition also focuses on the self-image of architects in Germany. Be inspired and explore exciting projects “made by German architects”.

http://www.now-near-next.com