There could hardly be a more suitable place for the Islamic art treasures than this unusual museum developed in partnership with I.M. Pei, Jean-Michel Wilmotte and SCHOTT A+D.
This project, developed in partnership with Gewers Kühn + Kühn and SCHOTT A+D, gives a colorful new face to the Bavarian State Opera in Munich (Germany).
Palace of Tears, Berlin
The architect Hosrt Lüderitz had designed the “customs clearance building” to be a pavilion flooded with light. The restoration glass TIKANA® met the demands of the authorities for historic buildings, since it was the only product that closely resembles the historic, slightly irregular glass used in the early 1960s.
BMW World, Munich
Not only cars have become classics, but buildings also. This statement is equally true for models from BMW and buildings from the architectural firm Coop Himmelb(l)au.
Mercedes Benz Museum, Stuttgart
The Dutch architecture office UNStudio reworked the classical principles of a convential art museum to create a contemporary design for the Mercedes-Benz museum in Stuttgart.
The events of March 11, 2004, in Madrid shocked people all over the world. Estudio FAM picked up on this topic and designed together with SCHOTT an iconographical memorial next to the Atocha Train Station.