Military Museum Dresden, night view. Credit: Ulrich Rossmann

Artistic spaces

Extension of the largest and most innovative museum of its kind in Germany.

Military History Museum
External view of the centre roof, credit Ralph Richter/architecturphoto

Elliptical roof

Spectacular and innovative roof crowns the Sony Centre 'forum' at the heart of Berlin's Potsdamer Platz development .

Sony Centre
Internal view of

Dynamic design

An exciting, curvilinear and fluid space filled with light, providing views and connections throughout the building.

Library and Learning Centre, WU Wien

Since opening our first office in Düsseldorf in 1991, Arup in Germany has grown to around 200 people with additional offices in Berlin and Frankfurt. We offer a wide array of consulting services with a special focus on sustainability to local and global projects. Notable local projects include Commerzbank Tower in Frankfurt and Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.




  • 05Apr 2017

    Offering a new vision of nature at Milan Design Week

    The architectural installation consists of a 4.5 metre-wide cube that is lit by vertical wooden rods in 121 gradations of white light. The interactive cube emits a constant faint sound, so-called white noise, which is modulated by the presence and movement of the visitors. The visitors interact with the space and, in doing so, reproduce orchestra sections of a classical Italian music composition.

  • 28Mar 2017

    Working on the world’s longest road and rail tunnel under water

    Contracts have been signed with Femern A/S, the Danish state-owned company responsible for the planning of this international infrastructure project.

  • 23Sep 2016

    Ian Taylor appointed Global Aviation Business Leader

    Ian joined Arup in 1993 and has worked in the UK, Ireland, USA and Asia.  Since 2009, he has served as Aviation Business Leader in East Asia, playing a leading role in expanding the Firm’s presence in China. Previously, he led the Aviation team in the UK, Middle East and Africa.

  • 12Sep 2016

    ‘Living walls’ can play significant role in tackling toxic air hot spots in cities

    The report shows that the contribution of ‘green building envelopes’, such as moss and vegetated walls, vertical farming and roof gardens, has been underestimated.