In an interview with the Stuttgarter Zeitung, Werner Sobek talks about his commitment to emission-free building and his latest work, the first volume of his trilogy “non nobis“. What responsibility does the building industry have for climate change – and what can or must change so that we can still meet the 1.5-degree target? Read more here.
Dreaming of Utopias – and Acting!
Prof. Dr.-Ing. E.h. Dr. h.c. Werner Sobek is regarded worldwide as a pioneer of the built environment of tomorrow. For his decades of dedication in the field of research and development, he has now been honoured with the Federal Cross of Merit on 17 May 2022. The award was presented by Minister Theresia Bauer at a ceremony at the University of Stuttgart …read more
Werner Sobek has left his desk well organized – Prof. Dr. Lucio Blandini is the new Director of the Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual Design. After more than 25 years of building up the Institute, Sobek will still be continuing his research and academic teaching roles at … read more.
Werner Sobek (8th from the left) was one of five prize winners to receive the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture on 13th May, 2019 at an international conference in the Cité de l’Architecture in Paris. With this award, the jury honoured the “groundbreaking research”, which Sobek has initiated and supervised for … read more.
Construction of the new National Museum of Qatar transformed a visionary design into magnificent reality – thanks to German engineering from Stuttgart. Werner Sobek is known for an ability to transform even very unconventional designs into viable projects with clever planning expertise. One of the company’s most recent projects was the new National Museum of Qatar, designed by Jean Nouvel. Werner Sobek was selected by … read more.