urban planning, architecture, interior design —
The architects planned a school with an airy design that awakens curiosity about nature and encourages playful learning.
Breathing new life into a former colonial building in Kolkata for the new home for the Goethe-Institut.
The master plan for a campus extension of the private Flame University takes urban and ecological aspects into account.
The goal: Establish a new forum for health, integrating the most innovative diagnostics and preventive and therapeutic elements.
The expansion creates a connected ensemble that blends in harmoniously with its surroundings while fulfilling modern requirements of geriatric care.
Construction of a school building in Hemsbach where educational expectations meet modern design.
In this four-building senior care facility elements flow seamlessly together, perfectly embedded into its rural surroundings.
Under one roof: The Heinrich-Vetter-Foundation’s senior residence offers care and hospice facilities as well as housing.
Sophie 23 completes Stuttgart’s Gerberviertel, and answers all the questions that could not be resolved by the former building.
Surrounded by nature and art, the daycare center Zauberlehrling is a place of togetherness - inside and outside.
With the revitalization of the Mannheim Castle, blocher partners has given a prime example of how to make an historical site work for today purposes.
Historic heritage, contemporary design - the renovation of the Ruprechts-Karls-University by blocher partners aims high.
New construction and expansion of a nursing home for the elderly which ensures the visual unity of all building elements.
Following a successful competition, an ensemble of hospital, nursing home und senior citizen’s residence was built in Laichingen.
The in-house medical service centre of the German BW-Bank impresses with its aesthetics and functionality.
Subtle modernization of a factory ensemble. Past becomes future, through the integration of contemporary materials and forms.
The Lanserhof is a trailblazer for the future of medicine. Architecture and interior design reflect as well on the concept "Less is more"