Home | Contact | Site Notice | Privacy |  


Our new address:

Schessl / Weismüller Architects

Talstraße 14

40217 Düsseldorf

To top

Your partner for temporary architecture and events

Scheßl / Weismüller Architekten are leading architects and designers in the global temporary architecture and events marketplace with over 20 years of experience and a showcase of award-winning innovative designs and installations in 30 countries around the world. Numerous public and private industry clients draw upon their expertise in creative design and building project management, including Frankfurt Book Fair, Deutsche Telekom, Expotec and the German Ministry of Economics and Technology. Scheßl / Weismüller are your trusted partners in providing advanced innovative yet functional designs and implementing your projects flawlessly, reliably and economically. At present, the firm employs five architects who work with an extended network of seasoned freelance experts.

Scheßl / Weismüller Architekten was founded in 1999 by Thomas Scheßl and Sabine Weismüller, who previously were both accomplished architects with more than 10 years of experience as project managers in the design, corporate events and exhibition architecture industry. 



Schessl / Weismüller win ADAM Award 2012

On November 8, 2012, Schessl / Weismueller's design of the German pavilion at the international book fair "Feria Del Libro 2011" in Guadalajara, Mexico, was honored with the Bronze ADAM award in the category XL.

The prestigious ADAM award recognizes excellence in brand and trade show appearance that combine marketing message, corporate identity and architecture in an exemplary way.


Schessl / Weismüller at the Expo 2012 Yeosu

The Expo 2012, hosted in Yeosu, South Korea from May 12 until August 12 featuring the theme of “The Living Ocean and Coast”, was the first-ever world fair held on water. Once again, Schessl / Weismueller Architects were charged with the building project management and ongoing operations support for the German Pavilion by the German Ministry of Economics. The German pavilion "Seavolution" attracted about 430,000 visitors.

This is the second time, after Expo 2010 in Shanghai, Schessl / Weismueller were overseeing and managing the comprehensive building project of the German Expo Pavilion.


Scheßl/Weismüller at the Düsseldorf Marathon

The Scheßl/Weismüller-Relay-Team has entered the Düsseldorf Marathon for the fifth time and finished 31 out of 2300 teams in 3:06:30.

The office record was set in 2009: 2:57:16 - rank 13 out of 1306 relays!

Ukraine at the ITB Berlin

Schessl / Weismüller assigned with supporting the location marketing for the host cities of EURO SOCCER CUP 2012

Tied in with the UEFA European Soccer Championship, hosted by Poland and the Ukraine in June/July this year, the Ukraine is set on a course of positioning and promoting itself as travel destination. The country called for design proposals from recognized specialists to plan their presence at ITB 2012, the world’s leading travel trade show. Upon winning the bidding competition, Schessl / Weismüller conceived and built the Ukrainian Pavilion, representing the four host cities, Kiew, Lviv, Donezk and Charkiv, as well as, other key touristic regions at the ITB in Berlin.

DOGON - World Cultural Heritage from Africa

Exhibition at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, 14 October 2011 to 22 January 2012

The West African Dogon people live in the rocky landscape of the Bandiagara Cliffs of eastern Mali. In 1989 UNESCO put both the natural and the cultural heritage of the Dogon – the Bandiagara Cliff and the unique traditions of the Dogon – on the World Heritage List. More than 270 of the most beautiful objects from the region are presented in the exhibition and provide a breathtaking introduction to Dogon aesthetics.

After winning the design competition we planned the exhibition in cooperation with the team of the Art and Exhibition Hall.

In addition to the presentation of the objects the exhibition provides visitors with the opportunity to engage with the Africa that gave rise to the works and offers an insight into the world of the Dogon today. The exhibition also addresses the subject of colonialism and its lasting legacy and sheds light on the first encounter between the Dogon and European explorers. In addition to exquisite aesthetic pleasure, the exhibition seeks to resolve urgent questions about a contemporary approach to African art.