Badeschiff. Floating pool in Berlin by Fernando Menis

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Architect
Project team
Architects.- Felipe Artengo Rufino, Jose María Rodríguez-Pastrana Malagón Art.- Susanne Lorenz Construction.- Ute Schimmelpfennig FÜR m.o.l.i.y.o.r. Gmbh Berlin MBS, Markische Bunker und Service Gmbh&Co KG Berlin
Collaborators
Gil Wilk
Management
Stadtkunstprojekte e.v. Berlin Heike Mueller (commisioner)
Built Surface
Pool.- 240 sqm Beach.- 500 sqm
Global Cost
400,000 €
Project start Date
2002
Construction dates
2003-2004
Venue
Eichenstrasse 4, 12435 Berlin, Germany

FERNANDO MENIS

Fernando Menis, Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 1951. Architect, Associate Professor of the Polytechnic University of Valencia and President of the Laboratory for Innovation in Architecture, Design and Advanced Tourism of Tenerife, he also participates as a jury member, director of workshops and lecturer at Harvard, Columbia Univ, ESA Paris, TU Berlin, Akbild Vienna or at Architecture Festivals in Switzerland, Australia, Singapore, South Africa, Croatia, Italy etc

After studying architecture in Barcelona, between 1981 – 2004, he teams with 2 other partners under the name Artengo-Menis-Pastrana. In 2004, he founds the practice Menis Arquitectos with offices in Tenerife and Valencia. Independently or in co-authorship, Menis signs projects that are built: Insular Athletics Stadium (2007), Magma Art and Congress (2005), Swimming Pool in the River Spree in Berlin (2004), Presidency of the Canary Islands (1999) as well as new projects, still in process: Concerts Hall Jordánek in Poland, Congress Center in Fuerteventura, Aurum House in Taiwan, Taipei Residential Tower, Santísimo Redentor Church in La Laguna.

Winner of the National Prize for Architecture and Design (PAD 2000 ) and of the WAF 2010 Future Projects-Cultural, he repeatedly has received the Regional Award for Architecture in Canary Islands, and has been selected as National and international finalist in the FAD Awards, or the Spanish Architecture Biennial. He exhibited at the Venice Biennale, MOMA NY (2006), Aedes Berlin (2006), GA Tokyo (2009).

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