DOM publisher’s German Architecture Annual 2024 presents the most notable buildings shortlisted for the DAM (Deutsches Architekturmuseum) Prize for outstanding buildings in Germany. The editors are Yorck Förster, Christina Gräwe and Peter Cachola Schmal. The Annual presents the winning, finalist and shortlisted projects with in-depth portrayals of 26 selected projects. This year’s projects reveal a strong emphasis on sustainable materials.
The winning project, the Study Pavilion on the campus of the Technical University Braunschweig, by Gustav Düsing & Max Hacke, was chosen for its ‘elegance and transparency, the masterful lightness in its structure, and reduction in materiality and technology’. This marks the first time a practice’s debut project has won the prize.
The other finalists are the Dante II social housing in Munich, by Florian Nagler Architekten, the Exhibition Hall Kassel by Innauer-Matt Architekten, the Building community Kurfürstenstraße in Berlin by June 14 Meyer-Grohbrügge & Chermayeff, along with the Kant Parking Palace by Nalbach + Nalbach. DOM