Inauguration ceremony for our GESIS Institute Building in Mannheim


The inauguration ceremony of our building for GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences  with a speech by Tobias Wulf and a ceremonial handover of keys took place on 22 July. The building has been completed in 2021; it is the second construction phase and concluding element of the overall concept for urban development of city block B6.

31 years at HFT Stuttgart: Prof. Tobias Wulf's Last Lecture

Having taught at the faculty of architecture and design of HFT Stuttgart from 1991 until 2022 and supervised countless students during their studies, he took leave of colleagues, students, and alumni with a lecture last week.

»Fire Station in Straubenhardt« featured in Stuttgarter Zeitung

The report »Das Schwarzwald-Ökofeuerwehrhaus« by Ulla Hanselmann, published in the local newspaper »Stuttgarter Zeitung«, discusses our »Fire Station in Straubenhardt« in Straubenhardt which was planned and built in accordance with the cradle to cradle principle.

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Award ceremony: Competition New Main Fire Station

On July 1, the award ceremony for the competition for the New Main Fire Station in Trier, with Paramedic Services and Integrated Command took place at the Forum Baths in Trier. Tobias Wulf and Ingmar Menzer received the 1st prize, which was presented by Mayor Wolfram Leibe, District Administrator Stefan Metzdorf, Deputy Mayor Ralf Britten, as well as Fire Chief Andreas Kirchartz.

1st prize in Trier! New Main Fire Station

We're excited to share some great news: Our design for the New Main Fire Station in Trier, with Paramedic Services and Integrated Command was awarded 1st prize! The jury states: »The work convinces through its compactness and readability of the functions [...] Respect is paid to the world cultural heritage Kaiserthermen and the listed municipal baths.«

»Cradle to Cradle«: panel discussion with Ingmar Menzer

As part of the event »Cradle to Cradle – How we create circular and livable communities« on June 30, Ingmar Menzer discussed the question »Cradle to Cradle: A topic also for the Baden-Baden region?« together with Nora Sophie Griefahn (Cradle to Cradle NGO), Helge Viehweg (Mayor of Straubenhardt) and a representative of the city of Baden-Baden. Our recently completed Fire Station in Straubenhardt, which was planned and built in accordance with the Cradle to Cradle principle, was also presented as an example. Dr. Peter Kaiser (New Green Consulting, Baden-Baden) hosted the event.

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Insights during the »Tag der Architektur 2022« in Berlin

During this year’s »Tag der Architektur«, we were having an open house event at Wiener Straße 18 in Berlin. Tobias Wulf gave insights into our work.


»Complexity of the simple« JUNG Talk featuring Prof. Tobias Wulf

Out now: Prof. Tobias Wulf was a guest on the JUNG Architecture Talks podcast and spoke about our way of working and the »complexity of the simple«.

Every week, the JUNG Architecture team invites fellow thinkers and pioneers to discusses current issues in architecture, construction technology and building practice.

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Come visit our Berlin premises! »Tag der Architektur 2022« – 25 June

During this year’s »Tag der Architektur«, we’re having an open house event at Wiener Straße 18 in Berlin. Tobias Wulf and Steffen Vogt give insights into our work. 

Date: 25 June 2022
Time: 2 – 6 p.m.
Location: Wiener Straße 18, 10999 Berlin

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We're happy to announce that our scheme for the competition New Physics Building for the University of Kassel has been awarded 4th prize! Our design envisages two polygonally contoured structures to restore the ductus of the original master plan.

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»Building of the Week«: Canteen and Media Center

This week, the online platform German Architects highlights our »Canteen and Media Center« in Darmstadt and published a short interview with Tobias Wulf. With its visible load-bearing structure of wood and folded glass facades, the building is a key address-giving element on the campus.

read interview in German