Almost ten years after completing its new, iconic subterranean halls, the Städel Museum in Frankfurt, Germany has reorganised its collection of contemporary art displaying works from 1945 to now. It’s a new presentation called Back to the Present - New Perspectives, New Works - The Collection from 1945 to the Present.
The church on the A 45 motorway in Wilnsdorf, designed by the schneider+schumacher architecture studio for Förderverein Autobahnkirche Siegerland e.V. has received the special GranitiFiandre award, as part of the Dedalo Minosse International Prize for Architecture Clients.
The office complex “die welle” (the wave) in Frankfurt, Germany not far from the Alte Oper (opera house) also extends outdoors thanks to an integrated project of landscaping and art, the former by KLA kiparlandschaftsarchitekten and the latter by architecture firm schneider+schumacher
“Die Welle” or the “The Wave” in Frankfurt's West End district is a complex of buildings constructed in the late 1990s in the city centre, mainly used by the services sector.
Set up in 1988 by the architects Till Schneider and Michael Schumacher, the practice now has 5 more partners (Kristin Dirschl, Henry Hess, Kai Otto, Christian Simons, Stefano Turri) and some 30 architects.
DAM in Frankfurt continues its series of exhibitions entitled "Architects of the Rhine and Main Region" which began in 2011 with the exhibition “schneider+schumacher”, continuing with an exhibition dedicated to Johannes Peter Hölzinger.
Schneider+Schumacher Planungsgesellschaft mbH came up with this plan for an expansion on the Städel Museum in Frankfurt, Germany, which won a competition on invitation in 2007 and was described by the judges as “a brilliant jewel by day, a luminous carpet by night”.
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