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OM Ungers : Contemporary Architect Practice, Germany, Europe: Information

post updated 15 May 2021

Oswald Mathias Ungers – Key Projects

Oswald Mathias born 1926, died in 2007 aged 81

Featured Building

Deutsches Architektur Museum
Date: 1979-84
Architect: Oswald Mathias Ungers
Location: Museum Ufe, Frankfurt, Germany
Deutsches Architektur Museum Frankfurt by OM Ungers Architect
photo © Adrian Welch

OM Ungers : Deutsches Architektur Museum

DAM Images by adrian welch available: 1280×1024 pixels, 72dpi

Oswald Mathias Ungers – Key Building

Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne, Germany

O M Ungers – Other Buildings

Architecture Designs, alphabetical:

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research – main building, Bremerhaven
Date built: 1986

Badische Landesbibliothek, Karlsruhe, Germany
Dates built: 1983-91

Dorotheenhöfe, Berlin
Dates built:1998-2001

Family House, Cologne
Dates built:1994-95

Friedrichstadt-Passagen, Berlin
Dates built:1993-96

German Ambassador’s Residence, Washington D.C., USA
Date built: 1994

Messe-Torhaus, Frankfurt
Dates built: 1980-83

Museum of Contemporary Art, Hamburg, Germany

Pergamon Museum redevelopment, Berlin
on site

Roman bath – Entrance, Trier, Germany

Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
Architectural competition winner 2000

More projects by Oswald Mathias Ungers online soon

Location: Cologne, western Germany, western Europe

Germany Architecture Practice Information

O.M. Ungers
Oswald Mathias born in Kaisersesch, Eifel, western Germany

University of Karlsruhe – architecture

Practice commenced 1950, in Cologne

Technical University of Berlin – Professor

Technical University of Berlin – Dean : Faculty of Architecture

New Architecture in Frankfurt, Germany

Contemporary Frankfurt Architecture – architectural selection below:

European Central Bank Frankfurt Tower Building
European Central Bank Frankfurt Tower
photograph © European Central Bank/Robert Metsch
European Central Bank Frankfurt Tower Building
The dynamic design of this Viennese architecture studio for the new premises of this important European Institution combines the low-level landmarked Grossmarkthalle with a new twisted double tower. The tower is 185 metres high.

FOUR Frankfurt Towers
Design: UNStudio & HPP Architects (UNS + HPP)
FOUR Frankfurt Towers
rendering courtesy of architects
FOUR Frankfurt Development
UNStudio join forces with HPP Architects to create a consortium (UNS + HPP) to carry out the next phases of the project. Both companies bring many years of experience with large-scale projects, complex planning and design processes.

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