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18 | 01 | 2017

Eco Cut from KSP Jürgen Engel at BAU 2017 unveiled

At Bau 2017 – The World’s Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials and Systems – KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten and Carpet Concept are presenting the first fruit of their joint efforts. “Eco Cut” is a carpet that thanks to an innovative weaving technique and special laser cut offers a wide variety of design options, making it suitable for a broad range of applications. “Eco Cut” is used for the fit-out of the Carpet Concept booth and is being officially presented during the trade fair. Given its varying depths and two weaving services (linen and tweed) “Eco Cut” gives rooms a clear structure and stands out for its subdued color nuances.

For KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten product design is an essential part of the company’s holistic approach to designing living spaces on all scales – from urban planning through to interior design. In addition to its cooperation with Carpet Concept, KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten have also designed bathroom fittings with HEWI, luminaires with Zumtobel, and furniture and light installations with famous international artists such as Thomas Emde.


Carpet Concept at BAU 2017 (January16-21) in Munich: Hall A6, Stand 121

16 | 12 | 2016

Opening of the new Money Museum in Frankfurt

On December 16, 2016, the German Bundesbank celebrated the opening of the new Money Museum in Frankfurt. Alongside the official speech by President of the Bundesbank Dr. Jens Weidemann, Jürgen Engel also addressed guests as the architect behind the extension. The extension supplements the existing building, which was also created by KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten back in 1999. The complex, which consists of offices, a library, an archive and the Money Museum is being expanded by around 500 m² and supplemented with a cafeteria, an additional training room for the museum’s educational activities and a room for special exhibitions. In order to create room for a bigger exhibition space, the former back wall of the museum was demolished and the walls above it retained with supports so that the extension could protrude out from the building like a drawer. In visual terms, a glass seam links the existing building to the extension. The new Money Museum covers an area totaling 1,500 m² and outlines the history of money in multimedia form, thus making it interesting and accessible for visitors.

09 | 12 | 2016

Construction begins for Siemens Campus Erlangen

With the laying of the first stone on Friday December 9, 2016, Siemens celebrated the beginning of construction work for the first module of the Siemens Campus Erlangen. On behalf of Siemens AG, represented by Siemens Real Estate, an entirely new district is set to develop in Erlangen based on plans by KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten from Frankfurt, which by 2030 will incorporate new office buildings and a hotel, as well as gastronomy and service businesses. By 2020 eight office buildings, three multi-story car parks and one canteen for around 7,000 employees will be ready for occupation in the first module. The campus will develop in seven construction phases (modules 1 to 7) over a 54-hectare site, making it the biggest location worldwide. Alongside the master plan, KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten was also commissioned with the general construction planning for modules 1 and 2. In the first two modules office and research jobs will be created over an area of around 200,000 m2. The plans came out on top in an architecture competition in 2015.

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