Kinga Anna Michałek

MSc

Structural Engineering

kmichalek@bollinger-grohmann.de

A  Leila Akoucham  /   Erkan Albayrak  /   Holger Alpermann  /   Bettina Amann  /   Barbara Anton  /   Etienne Antuszewicz  /   Diego Apellániz  /   Jürgen Aßmus  /   B  Tobias Bacht  /   Niccolo Baldassini  /   Benjamin Barbaros  /   Katja Bärenfänger  /   Simon Baus  /   Hendrik Behrens   /   Fouad Belhad  /   Alexander Berger  /   Louis Bergis  /   Marta Besalú i Canals  /   Elisabetta Bianchi  /   Elisabetta Bigliardi  /   Nikelina Bineri  /   Csaba Böhm  /   Sascha Bohnenberger  /   Klaus Bollinger  /   Aurélien Bonvalet  /   Pierre Bourdier  /   David Brey  /   C  Stefano Cammareri  /   Maria Carbonell  /   Joseph Chappell  /   David Chavez  /   Gülüzar Coskun  /   Paul Covillault  /   D  Máximo de la Peña Toca  /   Klaas De Rycke  /   Aurélie Dell  /   Sebastian Dietrich  /   Christopher Dinges  /   Corinna Dönges   /   Andreas Dönhoff  /   Jakob Drömmer  /   Martin Dudek  /   Christoph Duppel  /   E  Philipp Eisenbach  /   Leonie Eitzenberger  /   Martin Eppenschwandtner  /   Ümit Esiyok  /   F  Mark Fahlbusch  /   Olesja Fedorov  /   Angela Feldmann  /   Paul-Marc Fleischmann  /   Hannah Franz  /   Alexander Freund  /   Carole Frising  /   Eleni Frousiou  /   G  Diana Gehrels  /   Christoph Gengnagel  /   Andreas Gergenreder  /   Yannik Gies  /   Chloé Girardon  /   Nelli Gress  /   Manfred Grohmann  /   Claudia Groth  /   Jörg Grundke  /   H  Christoph Hackl  /   Simone Hainz-Vrkić  /   Pia Halbich  /   Barbara Hasenmüller  /   Carina Haubfleisch  /   Silke Healy  /   Paul Hechinger  /   Moritz Heimrath  /   Alexander Heise  /   Kirsten Hendriks  /   Laura Hinkel  /   Alexander Hofbeck  /   Arne Hofmann  /   Philipp Holzer  /   Tobias Hövermann  /   Sarah Hübner  /   Florian Hutter  /   J  Wim Jansen  /   Tobias Jarosch  /   Liliana Jawor  /   Justin Jégorel  /   K  Walter Karst  /   Katrin Maria Kaupa  /   Matthias Keil  /   Ali Sarmad Khan  /   Mirko Klein  /   Heike Kling  /   Simone Kraft  /   Martin Krämer  /   Wolfgang Kraus  /   Natascha Krnic  /   Robert Krüger  /   Torsten Künzler  /   L  Hendrik Laing  /   Jérôme Lalande  /   Sabrina Langer  /   Narjis Lemrini  /   Andrea Lender  /   Marc Leyral  /   Martin Löhr  /   Michael Lommertz  /   M  Nikola Markunovic  /   Thierry Martinez  /   Sandra Marx  /   Elisa Massari  /   Luka Pepe Matthias  /   Emiliano Mattiussi  /   Birgit May  /   Yasmin May   /   Michaela Mayer  /   Kinga Anna Michałek  /   Alamir Mohsen  /   Manuela Moser-Pasicznyk  /   Niels Moskalenko  /   Jens Müller  /   Astrid Münzinger  /   Simone Murr  /   N  Dragos Naicu  /   Stefan Neuhäuser  /   Jean-Rémy Nguyen  /   Pero Novakovic  /   Susanne Nowak  /   O  Martin Opel  /   Adam Orlinski  /   P  Tommaso Pagnacco  /   Janin Paninski  /   Rafael Pastrana  /   Julia Patzak  /   Horst Peseke  /   Laura Petri  /   Daniel Pfanner  /   Elisabeth Pichelbauer  /   Emilio Podreka  /   Clemens Preisinger  /   Sabrina Preuß  /   Rainer Pum  /   R  Margherita  Ratti  /   Sarah Reich  /   Tobias Reuther  /   Christiane Richter  /   Eva Riebel  /   Sebastian Ries  /   Simon Ruppert  /   Julica Rupprath  /   Andreas Rutschmann  /   S  Thomas Schaumberger  /   Frauke Schiffner  /   Jessica Schlaps  /   Anna Schmidt  /   Frank Schmidt  /   Jörg Schneider  /   Annette Schulte  /   Andreas Schwarz  /   Michael Seelig  /   Uwe Sennewald  /   Kathleen Shortle  /   Natalia Shtaveman  /   Daniel Skrzipek  /   Flemming Højbjerre Sørensen  /   Nadia Sreiss  /   Mikko Stachl  /   Marianne Stålhös  /   Heike Stasiak  /   Birger Steffe  /   Sarah Stipek  /   Ulrich Storck  /   Matthias Stracke  /   Timo Streitenberger  /   Nicole Streuer  /   Kosana Šušak  /   Mathias Süß  /   T  Matthew Tam  /   Frank Tarazi  /   Ljuba Tascheva  /   Fumihiko Tomita  /   Richard Troelenberg  /   Heiko Trumpf  /   U  Daniela Unglaube  /   V  Brecht Van de Velde  /   Dwayne van Halewijn  /   Laure Vandeputte  /   Nannette Veith  /   Kenny Verbeeck  /   Robert Vierlinger  /   Edgar Vogel  /   Achim Vogelsberg  /   Tanja Volkert  /   W  Michael Wagner  /   Agnes Weilandt  /   Ines Weiß  /   Max Wittich  /   Y  Ning Yang

20 - 22 October 2017

Standard Architecture - From Durand to BIM

Lectures in the course of the symposium:

BIM—the engineer’s perspective (Manfred Grohmann)
21/10/2017, 5 pm

Standards and regulations in the design of innovative façades (Daniel Pfanner)
22/10/2017, 2:30 pm

Standardized thinking? (Manfred Grohmann)
The presentation will be followed by a discussion with ministerial director
Monika Thomas
22/10/2017, 6 pm

Location: Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt am Main
Schaumainkai 43
Frankfurt/Main

5 October 2017, 2 - 7 p.m.

OSD STATEMENTS01: ENGINEERING THE FUTURE

On October 5th 2017 the engineering office osd launchs in Frankfurt's DAM (Deutsches Architekturmueum) the "osd statements 01 - engineering the future". The first lecture in this series presents several positions from civil engineering with regard on future-oriented constructions, materials and assembly methods.

At 2.30 pm Manfred Grohmann gives the first lecture in this lecture series on the topic: "Future-oriented constructions"

October 2017

Mit Teamwork zum KACST Headquarter

Article of Klaus Bollinger, Manfred Grohmann and Simon Ruppert about the Headquarter of the "King Abdullah City for Science and Technology" in the annual edition of the "Bauingenieur" 2017/2018.

September 2017

Opening of the Lab City CentraleSupélec

The project of the Ecole Centrale-Supélec in Paris was completed just in time for the beginning of the semester 2017-2018.
Bollinger + Grohmann was in charge of the structural and façade design.

25 - 28 September 2017

IASS 2017: Interfaces

The annual IASS (International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures) symposium will take place in Hamburg, Germany between September 25 - 28 2017. This year the theme of the symposium will be "INTERFACES: ARCHITECTURE . ENGINEERING . SCIENCE".

Applications are open for workshops (between September 20 - 24) lead by Clemens Preisinger and Moritz Heimrath - "Optimization of Statically Informed Grid-Shell Patterns", by Philipp Eisenbach - "Aggregated Structure: Approximating Topology Optimized Material Distribution with discrete building blocks".

Manfred Grohmann is Vice Chair of the organisation comittee and Bollinger+Grohmann acts a sponsor for the symposium.

23 September 2017, 2 pm

Opening: Up into the Unknown

Peter Cook, Colin Fournier and the Kunsthaus

The exhibition "Up into the Unknown" traces the creation of the Kunsthaus Graz, exploring thereby the relationship between visionary ideas and their realisation.

With works by Archigram, Bollinger + Grohmann, Peter Cook, Colin Fournier, Jessica Hausner, Niels Jonkhans, Mischa Kuball, Vera Lutter, Anna Meyer, realities:united, Isa Rosenberger, Gernot Stangl and Arthur Zalewski

Length of the exhibition: 23/09/2017 - 25/03/2018
Venue: Space01

18 - 20 September 2017

Design Modelling Symposium Paris 2017

This's years conference will be on the topic: "Humanizing digital reality"

Applications are open the pre-symposium workshops and Master Classes from 16 - 17 September.

The symposium will be organized with the assistance of Klaas de Rycke (ENSA Versailles / B+G Paris) and Christoph Gengnagel (UDK Berlin / B+G Berlin).

Conference venue:
ENSA-V, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles, Paris

15 September 2017

Opening of the installation "Fountain" in St. Pölten, Austria

A permanent light sculpture by the artist Brigitte Kowanz will present the former water tower on the premises of Glanzstoff, St. Pölten, in a particularly atmospheric way.
Bollinger + Grohmann were in charge with the structural design in this project.

15 September 2017

New adress of our Berlin branch

From the 18th of September you will find our office at the following adress:

Alt-Moabit 103 / 2.OG
10559 Berlin

11 September 2017

Topping out ceremony for the future Allianz Campus in Berlin Adlershof

On 11 September, one year after the foundation stone was laid, a topping out ceremony was held at the future headquarters of the Allianz in Berlin. CORPUS SIREO Real Estate and their partner FOM Real Estate are projected to offer a total of 50,000 m² renatl office spaces, spread over three buildings desgined by schneider+schumacher. The completion is expected by April 2019.

B+G is in charge of the structural design.

Footbridge 2017 Berlin

The Paper "Intelligent Fabrication - Digital Bridges" was accepted for the Footbridge 2017 Berlin Conference.

Prepared by Klaas de Rycke, Louis Bergis, Ewa Jankowska-Kus, Dragos Naicu, Adam Orlinski and Matthew Tam.

Location: TU Berlin, Gebäude 13b, Hörsaal B, Germany
Date: 6. - 8.9.2017

06 - 20. September 2017

Exhibition: AD Intérieurs 2017 - The Pavilion Salle à Manger

For "AD Interiors 2017 exhibition"at the Monnaie de Paris, RDAI will present a timeless dining room space "The Pavilion Salle à Manger". This piece plays with simple geometric shapes and materials—wood, wicker, mirror, enamelled lava, wool and leather—to compose an elegant space.

The project has been created in partnership with:
Ambiance Lumière, Atelier Emmanuel Barrois, Bollinger + Grohmann, Carpet Sign, Coopérative Vannerie de Villaines, Groupe Pierredeplan, Hermès, Holzbau Amann, J. & L. Lobmeyr, K.H. Würtz, Laval, Manufacture de Digoin, Ph. A Concepteurs Lumière & Design, Puiforcat, Viabizzuno

27 August 2017

Darmstadt Datterich

This year once again, our team B+G Frankfurt participated at the 10 Freunde Triathlon in Darmstadt. Jointly with over 3000 participants, they finished the swim course of 380 m, the bike course of 18 km and the running track of 4,2 km.

August 2017

New European headquarter of the MHK Group: progress on the construction site

Meanwhile, the installation of the translucent glass façade with its large-scaled second glass panes is almost finished.

July 2017

FOUR, Frankfurt

Frankfurt's new high-rise quarter FOUR is being built on the former DEUTSCHE-BANK-AREAL. The architecture of the buildings was chosen in February 2017 within the course of a competition by the Dutch architecture office UNStudio.

We are pleased to be in charge with the structural engineering together with Werner Sobek Frankfurt in a team (ARGE).

Since March 2017

Tomás Saraceno – in orbit

The installation was reopened in March 2017 after extensive renewal measures and will be open for visitors until March 2018. The accessible 25-metres-high net structure was originally planned in collaboration with Bollinger + Grohmann is installed sind 2013 in the Ständehaus in Düsseldorf, Germany.

July 2017

Ferris wheel in the "Spreepark", Berlin: Expert opinion

The ferris wheel in Berlin's Spreepark shall be recommissioned. Therefore an expert assessment by B+G with the participation of a metalworking company has been effected.



The client "Grün Berlin GmbH" has made a video documentation about the assessment by the experts of the ferris wheel and presents it on its website.

10 June - 1 October 2017

Sculpture Projects Münster

Bollinger+Grohmann Paris supported Oscar Tuazon in designing "Burn the Formwork" for the Sculpture Projects Münster, a German festival held every ten years.

The exhibition is organized by the LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur and open to the public from the 10th of June until the 1st of October.

27 June 2017

Competition for Walkerhill Spa & Resort: 1st Prize

for the concept by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects with Bollinger + Grohmann. For this project located in Seoul, Korea, the spa features, among other things, the longest infinity pool in the world.

31 May 2017

Competition for the extension of the Kunsthochschule Kassel: 2nd prize

with Kuehn Malvezzi, Berlin, Germany. The 1st prize goes to Innauer Matt Architekten from Benzau (Austria), the 3rd prize to TRU Architekten Part mbB, Berlin, Germany.
The submitted concepts will shortly be exhibitet in Kassel, Germany.

15 June 2017

Inauguration of the Crematorium "Hörnli" in Basel

The new L-shaped crematorium is located on the premises of the Hörnli cemetery in Basel. It is characterized by the calm rhythm of the brickwork compounds.

13 April - 15 October 2017

IGA Berlin 2017: Inside the Flower

Between 13 April and 15 October 2017, the IGA Berlin 2017 is inviting to a festival of the most beautiful international garden design and green urban life culture under the motto "an ocean of colours".
In the "Horizons" area is located, among others, the pavilion "Inside the Flower" by the artist Janet Laurence. The project was implemented in cooperation with LAVA and Cityplot, Bollinger + Grohmann gave advice for static issues.

Opening of HYUNDAI Motorstudio Goyang in Seoul

In Seoul, Hyundai's largest adventure centre just opened. On a total of 14 levels are located the new exhibition-, office-, educational- and recreational spaces. The building has also 5 basement levels, housing parking-, service areas. Delugan Meissl Associated Architects from Vienna were responsible for the design and execution, Bollinger + Grohmann were charged with the structural and façade design in this project.

20 May - 20 September 2017

A "Paradiesgarten" for Luther

The contribution "Paradiesgarten" by students of the UdK Berlin within the framework of a students competition was awarded the first prize. The walk-in installation will be shown until September 20th in the "Stadtpark Wittenberg" opposite the meadow of the castle.
Bollinger + Grohmann provided the students during planning and implementation.

Art Biennale in Venice 2017

The Austrian Pavilion presents in the course of the 57th Biennale again artistic installations. Bollinger + Grohmann gave expert advice to the artist Erwin Wurm for his Performance One Minute Sculpture "Stand quiet and look out over the Mediterranean Sea" as contribution for the Austrian Pavilion and acted as sponsor.
The Biennale runs from 17 May until 26 November 2017.

New website online: Ingenieurtalente

The website is supported by the German Consulting Engineers Association VBI state associations and provides information about careers, training and contact persons in the fiel of engineering careers. The goal is to arouse interest among young people for the job of a structural engineer and the workspace in an engineering office.