In June, the German federal states held the annual Tag der Architektur. This was an opportunity for the public to visit, experience and discuss buildings all over the country. A number of the projects on the programme incorporate Troldtekt acoustic solutions in their design.
At a wide range of buildings – from homes to offices, administration facilities, schools and older buildings – the doors were opened to the public in connection with Tag der Architektur. Nationwide, this year’s event took place on the weekend of 25-26 June. However, in North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein, the event was held earlier in the month.
The event, which has been hosted by the German federal states’ chambers of architecture for more than 25 years, gives people with an interest in architecture the opportunity to take a closer look at a number of projects on site and to hear more about modern architecture and the advantages of using architects in connection with construction projects.
Again this year, a number of projects with Troldtekt acoustic solutions were among the buildings that visitors could experience during Tag der Architektur.
“We’re very proud that our solutions are represented by Tag der Architektur in several states. It shows that German architects have generally welcomed Troldtekt acoustic solutions, which are still a relatively new product on the German market,” says Jesper Kvist, Country & Business Development Manager at Troldtekt GmbH.
The Hesse state chamber of architects and urban planners (Architekten- und Stadtplanerkammer Hessen) had two schools with Troldtekt on the list of buildings that were open to visitors in conjunction with this year’s Tag der Architektur.
In Bavaria, Troldtekt can be found in four of the projects that were part of the state’s Tag der Architektur programme. Click on links to read more about the projects at Bayerische Architektenkammer.
Architektenkammer Berlin had two projects with Troldtekt acoustic solutions on the programme. Click on the links to read more about the projects on the chamber of architects’ website.