Hugo Häring Prize for the Markolfhalle in Markelfingen

On the 10th of november was the presentation of hugo häring award for the section of baden württemberg. Nine projects were awarded, among our project Markolfhalle in Markelfingen. The award-winning projects take part in the selection process for the Hugo Häring State Prize the following year.


Wood construction in the Allgäu

If you've been paying attention over the last few weeks, you might have spotted it in our feed recently. The sports hall in Wangen im Allgäu. At the beginning of October, the entire Steimle team was out and about on the construction site to inspect the progress of the sports and multi-purpose hall. Today there is another special spotlight on the hall, which is due to be completed next year. The timber hybrid building responds to its different uses with an interplay of wooden slats and glass façades. The trees of the surrounding square are reflected in the window panes, while the green façade blends the building into its surroundings.


architecture guide germany 2024

Steimle Architekten sind zweimal im Architekturführer Deutschland 2024 zu finden. In the southwest district, both the inner-city redensification near Ludwigsburg railroad station, the "Half Long Charles", and the rescue control center and fire department in Fulda are listed.

The architectural guide lists over 100 high-quality, exemplary buildings and ensembles that have recently been realized. The selection corresponds to the longlist of the DAM Prize 2024.

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Firestation in Ueberlingen celerated roofing-ceremony

The firestation east in Ueberlingen celebrated there roofing ceremony for the shell construction. Started by the craftspeople, the firedepartement, the mayor and for sure, also steimle architects came to celebrate the final works from shell constructions.


Bauhaus visitor centre in AIT

The Bauhaus Visitor Center Bernau is published in the October issue of AIT. Under the heading VISITOR CENTERS, AIT presents three buildings. In addition to the Bauhaus Visitor Center in Bernau, projects by Atelier Brückner and Loop Architects are also published.


FC ST.EIMLE at Sportscheck Night Run

The team of FC ST.EIMLE has been preparing for the Sportscheck Night Run for weeks. On Friday it was then finally so far. The Team of FC ST.EIMLE started at Stuttgart Night Run by Sportscheck! Directly in front of the gates of the offices, the running area was built and the start and finish line were set up.

At 20:15 o'clock it went off then with the new generation. The Runners Pulk 1 sprinted towards its 5km at 20:45. Easily recognizable by their red headbands and club stickers of FC ST.EIMLE, the runners were cheered on by the fans. At 21:45 clock then came the last starting signal for the evening. The 10km run led four times from the market place over the Königsstraße around the Eckensee. After the run, the Team meets at the runners base in the office for some (isotonic) drinks and afterrun bananas.


Excursion Vorarlberg

On October 13, early in the morning, the Steimle Architects team set off in the direction of Vorarlberg. A first stop was made in Wangen im Allgäu. There the team from Überlingen was collected and together they visited the construction site of the sports and multi-purpose hall in Wangen. The Überlingen office is working flat out to ensure that the project will be ready for the opening of BuGa 2024 in Wangen. The hall and its newly designed surroundings are the prelude to the Federal Horticultural Show.
Strengthened, the bus headed for Lustenau, where the Baumschlager Eberle office provided insight into their innovative office building. The building, which was completed about 10 years ago, manages completely without a heating system and always maintains an optimal indoor climate for a wide variety of uses, from doctors to fitness studios. A small time buffer also allowed a look at the nearby office building of Marte.Marte. Both offices appeared a second time over the weekend.
For now, however, the bus continued on to InnauerMatt's kindergarten, which impresses with its charming wooden details. Now it was time to move into the magnificent accommodation.
The ten chalets of the Peterhof in Zwischenwasser stand picturesquely in the landscape. The weather conjured up the complex designed by Baumschlager Eberle in a golden autumn light. The next morning we went, uphill - downhill in a somewhat wet hike to the refuge of Marte.Marte.
The afternoon also followed the work of the Marte.Marte. In Feldkirch, the team visited the old castle that has been rebuilt by Marte.Marte and is now used as a small resettlement office. After a gingantic excursion and gigantic schnitzels at the Schattenburg, the team returned to Stuttgart and Überlingen with many new impressions.

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