Projects

STATE THEATER SCHWABEN AND COMMERCIAL CENTRE, MEMMINGEN, GERMANY
@TRINT+KREUDER D.N.A
11/2007-START OF CONSTRUCTION 09/2008 – WEBCAM
1st PRIZE COMPETITION
The existing state theater of Memmingen – in the heart of the historical city – is going to be reorganized. Merely the baroc stage building will be conserved. The remaining program like studio-stage, workshops, restaurant and administration are newly constructed. In addition, a commercial centre is to be built in the same quarter – all surrounded by the sensitive asset of a middleages city. The concept of the presented design is a continous motive to shape the buildings along the multifaceted plans and surfaces of the organic urban structure. The shape of the buildings is adjusted in a folded rythm coherent to the divers situations in urban space. At the same time the biparted facade picks up the scale of the historical environment.

site planplanssection and viewperspective schrannenplatzmodelperspective of theater courtyard

EXTENSION OF THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART SAARBRÜCKEN, GERMANY
@TRINT+KREUDER D.N.A
11/2007
SHORTLISTED IN A COMPETITION
Inverted continuation – The new main building connects to the existing structure with a single line. At this line old and new are literally inverted and generate space for the new entrance hall as well as for a temporary exhibition space. The permant exhibition is located in a hovering volume above. The floating cubus is equipped with a led-skin, mediating in an abstract manner the hidden content of the museum to the exterior.

conceptsite plansectioneast perspectiveentrance hall and temporary exhibitionwest perspective

DIPLOM: GERMAN EMBASSY BERLIN M-E-Z, BERLIN, GERMANY
TUTORS:
PROF. WIEL ARETS
PROF. JULIANE ZACH
ASSISTANT MATTHIAS SEIDEL
1.PRIZE MAX TAUT PREIS 2007 – DIPLOM DER WOCHE BAUNETZ MAY 2007 – NOMINATED FOR ARCHIPRIX INTERNATIONAL 2007
07/2006
A project about immigration and integration in the german capital. The initial step of this project is to investigate the emergence of ethnically diverse areas of Berlin. This leads to the definition of a Multi-Ethnic-Zone, evolving from a high density of immigrant habitants in the so called “Transitring” of Berlin. The Multi-Ethnic-Zone (M-E-Z) is an administrative tool to generate an area that provides opportunities to the immigrant habitants to participate in neighbourhood decision making. The interface between the M-E-Z and the rest of Berlin is the German Embassy Berlin M-E-Z. It provides cultural, political, economic and educational exchange and manifests the presence of immigrant people in berlin.

berlin and the transitringthe multi-ethnic-zoneprogram and organization diagramembassy programtop perspectiveplans and sectionswest perspectiveUdK Berlin - Max Taut Preis 2007

CONSTRUCTION OF A GRINDING-WORKSHOP FOR THE UDK SCULPTORS STUDIO TONY CRAGG, BERLIN, GERMANY
TUTOR: PROF. PETER BAYERER
12/2006
A workshop is to be placed inside the historical, symmetrical structure of the university of the arts main building. This leads to a crystalline shaped form of the workshop. The building seems like a sculpture itself in the spatially limited yard and therefore communicates naturally with its environment. To maintain the artefact-like appearance the construction is made with a completely new kind of concrete. This plastic-fibre-light-concrete is developed in collaboration with the institute of building-engineering of the technical university berlin, headed by internationally reputed concrete expert prof. Bernd hillemeier. The high-tech concrete allows realizing the complex free shaped form as a massive construction providing full isolation and exposed concrete quality.

concept and working models experiments on concrete at the Technical University Berlin east perspective implementation plan implementation plan- section inside view 3D modelling

REISEBÜRO HÜTTEN UND PALÄSTE, DESIGNMAI 2005, BERLIN, GERMANY
@HÜTTEN UND PALÄSTE ARCHITECTS, BERLIN
04/2005
We wanted to offer new and unknown spots, buildings and urban spaces to the visitors of the DesignMai 2005 and to the usual Berlin tourist. Therefore we placed a Reisebüro in the heart of the city and offered thematic field trips. Such as UFO, Huts and Palaces or Fairy Places. The design for the Reisebüro should be a counter-like construction that is able to store our documents and at the same time provide urban furniture functions.

concept and field trip hand-outsconstruction plansmaterialsconstructionconstruction on sitethe counter in closed positionleaflets and books on the counterthe reisebüro and the berlin dome

GRAND HOTEL ST.MORITZ, MUOTTAS MURAGL, SWITZERLAND
TUTOR: PROF. ALFRED GRAZIOLI
07/2005
The design of this sports hotel consists of two basic parameters: the square and the mountain village. The structure of a mountain village with steep, narrow paths is abstracted within the rigid contour of a square. While the square provides a clearly defined form in the vast landscape of the alps, the abstraction of the mountain village creates a complex interior space of the hotel.

concept sketchconcept sketchsite modelplanslayered concreteinterior perspectiveinterior perspectivepanorama

STAGE AND PERFORMANCE DESIGN FOR PUCCINIS “TOSCA, BERLIN; GERMANY
TUTOR: PROF. ALFRED GRAZIOLI
11/2004
In the duett between Tosca and Scarpia the confusion of Tosca is the central theme. Fighting for the right decision she finally kills Scarpia. But before killing him she goes through the turbulences of all the aspects depending on the possible decisions she can take. The stage installation aims to transport the confusing decision process to the audience. The spectator is situated inbetween the swinging columns and can’t tell where the singers are hidden. The changing lights enforce the idea of confusion.

concept image of the installationconstruction scheme of a columnconstruction of the installationconstruction of the installationconstruction of the installationconstruction of the installationperformanceperformance

MARKETING STRATEGIES AND DESIGNS FOR KAMPA AG MINDEN, GERMANY
TUTOR: PROF. PETER BAYERER
07/2003
The task in the first step was to analyze the capacities and possibilites of pre fabrication. Based on these research results we started developing marketing strategies and searching for gaps in the market of pre-fabrication. After defining parameters for new potential investors we gave answers to their demands in terms of new housing designs. These designs on the one hand serve to enlarge the potential of pre-fabrication and on the other hand offer modern living qualities to the investor.

research results in booklet formsketch of the construction processmulti functional construction wall panelplans and sectionsconversion of the flexible interior - 01 livingconversion of the flexible interior - 02 kitchenworking modelperspective

DESIGN FOR THE ANNUAL ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITION UDK 2001, BERLIN, GERMANY
11/2001
All fields concerning the realization of the annual architecture exhibition UdK 2001 had to be fulfilled: sponsoring, organization of the exhibtion, graphic design, layout, printing, vernissage and finissage program, commercials and publications. Exhibtion opened on November, 1st 2001. Order the catalogue: publikat@udk-berlin.de

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PROJECT FOR TEMPORARY WORKING PLACES IN BARCELONA, SPAIN
5/2004
The Raval of Barcelona is a socially weak district. In addition the living and working conditions are difficult because of the old building substance. The idea of the working board house is to increase the fluctuation in the district and to widen the social bandwidth. The formal attempt is to use the existing structures and to add new urban qualities to the district and the common building forms.

wall in the Raval of Barcelona concept picture: transformation of the wall structures into space sketch of the different necessary room dimensions working modelsplans and sectionssouth perspective east perspectivenorth perspective

HOUSE FOR ARTISTS AND EXHIBITIONS
TUTOR: PROF. PETER BAYERER
06/2001
SECOND YEAR PROJECT @ UDK BERLIN

sketch of the environment site model section perspective

Info
Dipl.-Ing. Moritz C. Scheible / Architect


Academic Education

11/2006

10/1999 - 07/2006




09/2003 - 07/2004

01/2002 - 07/2003





"Masterclass Steel 2006" at Berlage Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Diplom (Master) in Architecure - University of the Arts (UdK) Berlin, Germany
Graduate Thesis Project: German Embassy Berlin M-E-Z
Tutors: Prof. Wiel Arets, Prof. Juliane Zach, Assistant Matthias Seidel
1.Prize Max-Taut-Preis 2007 (Diplom average mark: very good; Diplom project mark: very good)

Student at the Escuela Tecnica Superior d'Architectura de Valles - School of Architecture Barcelona, Spain

Tutor of Construction and Design at UdK, Berlin, Germany
Chair for Construction and Design, Prof. Peter Bayerer




Achievements

11/2007


11/2007


08/2007


05/2007


05/2007


09/2006


1.Prize Competition Memmingen ELS, Germany@trint+kreuder d.n.a
Extension of the "Landestheater Schwaben" and construction of a commercial complex

Shortlisted: Competition Galerie der Gegenwart Saarbrücken, Germany@trint+kreuder d.n.a
Design of a museum of modern arts

1.Prize Competition Public Vending Cologne, Germany@trint+kreuder d.n.a
Design of urban bus shelter sytems

DIPLOM DER WOCHE
Baunetz May 2007

1.Prize Max-Taut-Preis 2007, University of the Arts Berlin, Germany
Best diploma thesis of the year 2007

Nominated for ARCHIPRIX INTERNATIONAL 2007 Shanghai, China
World's best graduation projects

Practical Experience

since - 09/2012

02/2007 - 05/2012

07/2006 - 12/2006



02/2005 - 05/2005


11/2004


10/2002 - 07/2003


06/2002 - 08/2002


07/2001 - 11/2001


07/2000 - 10/2000


05/2000 - 06/2000


Working for Kuehn Malvezzi Architects,, Berlin

Working for dynamic network architects, trint+kreuder d.n.a, cologne/paris

Construction design of a grinding-workshop for the UdK sculptors Studio Tony Cragg, Berlin, Germany
1. Prize in UdK Competition | Design and implementation planning within the Büro 1:1, a student-architecture-office at the UdK.


Freelance work at Huetten und Palaeste Architects, Berlin, Germany
Conception, design and construction of the project "Reisebuero", exhibited at DesignMai 2005 Berlin

Stage design for opera performance - Interdisciplinary project, Berlin, Germany
Conception, design and construction of a stage design for the performance of Puccinis "Tosca"

Interdisciplinary consulting project for KAMPA AG, Minden, Germany
Development of marketing strategies, design of new readymade house types and living forms.

Arts and Sports Project - World Cup 2002 Studio, Berlin, Germany
Conception, design, construction and organization of a World Cup 2002 Studio

Exhibition Design - Year Exhibition of Architecture at UdK Berlin 2001, Germany
Design and organization of the exhibition and the related 300 page catalogue

Internship at wood construction firm, Holzbau Stiehle, Lindau, Germany
Various carpenter works ranging from historical reconstructions to readymade roof constructions

Design and construction of a carnival float for the radio channel Radio-Multi-Kulti (SFB 4)
Carnival of the Cultures, Berlin 2000

Other Activities

05/2002 - 10/2005



Elected member of the UdK student representation, Faculty of Architecture, Berlin, Germany










Dipl.-Ing. Moritz C. Scheible / Architect


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