Client magazine concepts
“Almost like home”
Despite the coronavirus, architects, advisors, and clients agree that the classic individual office will not be undergoing a renaissance, even after the pandemic. The office worlds of the future are open, flexible, and have every comfort factor that the sought-after talents of generations X and Y yearn for. The borders between professional and private life are blurring, and this development is also being reflected in the new corporate headquarters that HOCHTIEF is currently building for its customers: The office of the future
The new SoFi stadium in Los Angeles is more than a sports stadium—it’s a gigantic entertainment complex and an architectural work of art. Turner Construction helped build this new home for two American football teams. The stadium has a capacity of up to 100,000 fans and features the largest display board in the world of sports: the Oculus, an LED video display in the form of a 110-meter-long oval ring weighing in at 1,000 tons. It will host the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2028 Olympic Games: The Sofi stadium Los Angeles
The current advances in artificial intelligence (AI) mean that the construction industry is now also ripe for a massive wave of modernization. On that Prof. Kristian Kersting from the TU Darmstadt and Nexplore CEO David Koch agree. In the concepts interview the AI expert and the HOCHTIEF manager present the new research partnership and explain why universities, startups, and industry need one another for the development of AI applications: Kristian Kersting and David Koch in conversation
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