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Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners
Frankfurt Pavilion, schneider+schumacher | International Design Awards Winners

Frankfurt Pavilion

Companyschneider+schumacher
Lead DesignersTill Schneider
Design TeamKai Otto, Ragunath Vasudevan
Project LocationFrankfurt am Main
ClientFrankfurter Buchmesse GmbH
CreditsNorbert Miguletz, Helen Schiffer, Kirsten Bucher
Prize(s)Gold in Architecture Categories / Exhibits, Pavilions and exhibitions
Entry Description

Five hundred square metres, six and a half metres high, with a self-supporting timber structure covered with a translucent membrane - this is the Frankfurt Pavilion, a new landmark for the Frankfurt Book Fair (10-14 October 2018). This temporary yet robust structure that can be easily stored and erected again, consists of three interlayered scalloped timber structures. Three entrance ramps allow visitors handicapped accessible entry into the clear interior. The ribbed timber structure not only functions as walls but also as book shelfs, creating the atmosphere of a library cocoon.

Bio

Till Schneider and Michael Schumacher founded schneider+schumacher in Frankfurt am Main in 1988. Their legendary information box, erected shortly after reunification on what was then the largest construction site in Berlin, brought the office worldwide recognition. Since then, more than 100 buildings, urban development projects and numerous product designs have emerged. The office’s spectrum ranges from housing to industrial buildings, a highway church to high-rises, and from museum work to a particle accelerator.

Awards and Prize

-CREDAWARD 2019, Silver and Merit: MBS Study and Conference Centre
-GEPLANT+AUSGEFÜHRT 2019, 2nd Prize: Frankfurt Pavilion
-MIPIM Award 2019, "Best Urban Regeneration Project": Project architects for Dom-Römer
-International Design Awards 2018, Gold: Frankfurt Pavilion
-Good Design 19, Bronze: Frankfurt Pavilion
-BDA Architecture Prize Rhineland-Palatinate 2018, Acknowledgement: New Campus Bridge Mainz
-Iconic Awards 2018: MBS Study and Conference Centre
-The International Architecture Award 2017: Campus Bridge Mainz
-Dedalo Minosse, Special Prize: Autobahn Church Siegerland
-American Architecture Prize 2016, "Cultural Architecture",
Platinum: Städel Museum Extension, Gold: Autobahn Church Siegerland
-LEAF Awards 2016, Shortlist: die welle
-Iconic Awards 2016: die welle
-Mies van der Rohe Award 2014, Nomination: Autobahn Church Siegerland
-WAN Award 2014 - Category "Wood in Architecture", Shortlist:
Autobahn Church Siegerland
-Iconic Awards 2013, Best of Best: Autobahn Church Siegerland
-Iconic Awards 2013, Winner: Cable Car Station Rüdesheim, and
Städel Museum Extension
-German Design Award 2013 in Gold: Städel Museum Extension
-Mies van der Rohe Award 2013, Shortlist: Städel Museum Extension

and many more...

see complete list: https://www.schneider-schumacher.com/office/awards/