A conscious rehabilitation. Archaeologische Staatssammlung München by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

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Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos. Fuensanta Nieto, Enrique Sobejano, Patricia Grande, Johannes Hanf.
Project team
Project architect.- Anja Lunge. John Bohlmeyer, Rus Carnicero, Juana Colombo, Jorge Américo Dominguez, Oliver Hasselbach, Jean-Benoit Houyet, Lorna Hughes, Philipp Jacob, Philip Kempfer, Per Köngeter, Aleksandra Kudriashowa, Morgan Moreau, Riccardo Sanquerin, Tobias Schmalfuß, Sarah Schmidt, Anastasia Svirski, Mariana Varela, Claudia Wulf.
Site management.- BM.C – Baumanagement GmbH, München. Drees & Sommer München.
Project management.- Drees & Sommer München.
Structural engineer.- Sailer, Stepan & Partner, Munich.
Mechanical engineer.- Canzler Ingenieure GmbH, Munich. Duschl Ingenieure GmbH & Co KG, Munich. Teuber+Viel, Ingenieurgesellschaft für Energie- und Gebäudetechnik mbH.
Facade engineering.- Priedemann Fassadenberatung GmbH.
Building physics / Acoustic consultant.- Ingenieure Süd GmbH, Munich.
Fire safety consultant.- Müller-BBM Building Solutions GmbH.
Lightning consultant.- Oswin Nikolaus Lichtgestaltung.
Exhibition planning.- Atelier Brückner Gmbh.
Bavarian Building Authorities Munich.
7,650 sqm.
Competition.- 2014.
Design.- 2014-2016.
Completion.- 2024.
Munich, Germany.
Stefanie Friedrich, Roland Halbe.


Fuensanta Nieto (Madrid 1957) and Enrique Sobejano (Madrid 1957), are graduated architects by the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (ETSAM) and Master of Science in Building Design por la Graduate School of Architecture and Planning (GSAPP), Columbia University, New York (USA). Are partners of the office Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, with headquarters in Madrid and Berlín.

Enrique Sobejano is Design Professor at the Universität der Künste Berlin (Germany) and Fuensanta Nieto Fuensanta is an Design Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at the Universidad Europea de Madrid. Both have been guest professors and lecturers at various universities and institutions within and outside Spain. From 1986 to 1991 was Director of ARQUITECTURA magazine, of Official College of Architects of Madrid.

Sobejano Nieto's work has been published in numerous magazines and books in Spanish and international, such as Casabella, METALOCUS, The Sketch, Architectural Review, Domus, Architectural Record, Detail, A + U, etc, and has been exhibited, among other places, Venice Biennale (2000, 2002, 2006) and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York (2006). They have received the National Award for Restoration of the Ministry of Culture (2008), the Nike Prize BDA (Bund Deutscher Architekten) (2010) and the Aga Khan Award for Architecture (2010).

Among his recent works include Madinat al Zahra Museum (Córdoba), Moritzburg (Germany), Colegio de San Gregorio (Valladolid) and the Conference Centres of Mérida and Zaragoza.

NIETO SOBEJANO ARQUITECTOS: http://www.nietosobejano.com





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