NAX

© Mies Rogmans

Friederike Schönhardt, Claudia Sanders, Inga Stein-Barthelmes und Melanie Läge

 

“German architects enjoy an excellent reputation worldwide. Therefore, it is our goal to ensure that architecture ‘Made in Germany’ enjoys a stronger international position.”

 
annual meeting of the NAX members

© Till Budde

Annual Meeting of the NAX Members

 

NAX (Network for Architecture Exchange) is a growing association of German planners who have achieved international success. Under the auspices of the German Federal Chamber of Architects, NAX not only facilitates contact between colleagues based in Germany and abroad, but also brings together planners, developers and investors around the world. Its successful work is due to, above all, the personal dedication of its members, but also to the support of numerous partners from the worlds of politics, economics and the media. Its common goal: to turn ‘Architecture Made in Germany’ into a global trademark.

 
annual meeting of the NAX members

© Till Budde

Annual Meeting of the NAX Members

 

NAX offers German architects seeking out new markets not just personal connections to experienced colleagues, but also reliable information on the legal, administrative and cultural features of the respective foreign countries.

 
“German Pavilion” at the MIPIM in Cannes

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“German Pavilion” at the MIPIM in Cannes

 

But also construction companies can benefit from NAX’s advice. If they are looking for an experienced planner for their international project, or require background information, they will find that we have expert contact people, make expert recommendations and have useful contacts.

At the same time, NAX sees itself as an active ambassador for German building culture. As part of this mission, it regularly has a presence at international trade fairs and events.

 
 

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