Day 117/365 of Steel – Thomas Herzog

Design Center in Linz
Fig 1: Design Center in Linz
©Jens Weber

Thomas Herzog (born 3 August 1941) is a German architect from Munich known for his focus on climate and energy use through the use of technologically advanced architectural skins. He began with an interest in pneumatics and became Germany’s youngest architecture professor at the age of 32. He established his firm Thomas Herzog & Partner in 1983.

Hall 26 for the Deutsche Messe AG Hannover
Fig 2: Hall 26 for the Deutsche Messe AG Hannover

Thomas Herzog has won many awards, including the German Steel Award in 1994 with the Design Center in Linz and in 1998 with Halle 26 at the Hannover Messe.

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Bruno Dursin – Managing Director at Believe in Steel. Bruno has more than 30 years of experience in promoting steel & steel solutions. His clients benefit from his extensive network within the building industry.

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