Military Museum Dresden, night view. Credit: Ulrich Rossmann

Artistic spaces

Extension of the largest and most innovative museum of its kind in Germany.

Military History Museum
External view of the centre roof, credit Ralph Richter/architecturphoto

Elliptical roof

Spectacular and innovative roof crowns the Sony Centre 'forum' at the heart of Berlin's Potsdamer Platz development .

Sony Centre
Internal view of

Dynamic design

An exciting, curvilinear and fluid space filled with light, providing views and connections throughout the building.Library and Learning Centre, WU Wien

Since opening our first office in Düsseldorf in 1991, Arup in Germany has grown to around 150 people with additional offices in Berlin and Frankfurt. We offer a wide array of consulting services with a special focus on sustainability to local and global projects. Notable local projects include Commerzbank Headquarters and Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.




  • 24Sep 2015

    Arup reveals how Europe is responding to ageing populations

    We are living in the urban and ageing era. In 2050, for the first time in human history, the number of older people will be greater than the number of children under 15 years old. As cities across the globe continue to grow, more people are growing old in housing, streets, communities that often are failing to respond appropriately to ageing populations with specific policies.

  • 03Aug 2015

    Arup expands Infrastructure team in Germany

    The civil engineer, who is based in our Düsseldorf office, will contribute his extensive experience. Marcus has worked for over 13 years on national and international bridge projects such as the new replacement cable-stayed Tappan Zee Bridge in the US State of New York and the New Bridge over the St. Lawrence in Montréal, Canada. 

  • 23Jun 2015

    Moreau Kusunoki and Arup win the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition

    The winning project “Art in the City” was selected among the 1,715 entries from 77 countries that were received for this record-breaking international design competition launched in June 2014.

  • 15Jun 2015

    Arup report anticipates the future of manufacturing

    The report examines how the introduction of new technologies such as 3D printing, self-cleaning and self-healing materials, human-robot collaboration will lead to faster, more efficient and environmentally friendly production.