One of these new architects is Andreas Schüring, who is presented with his multifaceted work in the current issue of the magazine “der architekt” (in German).
The Münster office Andreas Schüring architects BDA has made a name for itself by building and expanding libraries. Its clear concepts, applied to all materials and standards, generate a specific atmosphere for each project the office takes on. But Schüring’s feel for distinctive spatial impressions is also evident in other types of buildings; for the students at the University of Fine Arts Münster, for example, he created two church-like ateliers with wood wall linings lit through a ribbon of windows cut from the roof.
The newly appointed members of the BDA also present themselves in a virtual exhibition on the website www.neuimclub.de: Young architects with ideas and potential show their projects and tell something about themselves.
Until May 31, 2020, an exhibition of the office’s work will be projected onto the façade of the DAZ-Glashaus (Wilhelmine-Gemberg-Weg 6, staircase B, 10179 Berlin-Mitte), which can be seen in the dark.