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.

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  • 02Feb 2015

    JEC Innovation Award 2015 for BioBuild

    Designed by Arup and GXN Innovation as part of the BioBuild project, it is the world’s first self-supporting façade panel for building construction made of biocomposites that reduces the embodied energy in façade systems by up to 50 percent compared to conventional construction materials with no increase in cost. The BioBuild project was funded by the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme.

  • 09Dec 2014

    Ronald McDonald House opens in Saint Augustin

    25 apartments will provide a temporary home to 450 families each year, while the children receive in-patient care in the clinic just a two minute walk away.

  • 20Nov 2014

    International Highrise Award win for Bosco Verticale

    The award was presented by the City of Frankfurt am Main together with Deutsches Architekturmuseum and DekaBank.

  • 06Nov 2014

    "The Algae House” book launches at Venice Biennale

    Together with three other "Smart Material Houses", the prototypical building by SPLITTERWERK and Arup forms part of the International Building Exhibition 2013 in Hamburg. Microalgae are cultivated in glass photo bioreactors to generate energy and, at the same time, control the light and shade into the building.

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