Johannes B. Ortner Prize

Model Picture 'Small Hall' for the master thesis "Cultural Houses of the 1950s in the DDR - Study and Conception of a Realistic Revitalization of the Kulturhaus in Mestlin" by Felix Matschke, 2016

The Johannes B. Ortner Foundation was founded in 2005 and promotes research projects by young researchers and academics from the natural sciences and technical professions, and architecture and structural engineering in particular, as well as the funding of TUM study and learning opportunities abroad. Johannes B. Ortner is an honorary member of the senate and a generous patron of “his TUM”.

The prize for outstanding work by young researchers and academics in technical subjects and the natural sciences aims to establish a tradition for honoring excellent scientific and academic performance. The prizewinners receive 1000 Euro.



Verena Gaukler, Master Thesis "Harder Kultur Bastei – Stadtmauer Ingolstadt“


Corinna Wiest, M.A. - "Eine glückliche Beziehung? Das Verhältnis von Kunst am Bau zu Architektur und Nutzer – Eine Untersuchung am Fallbeispiel des Forschungscampus Garching“


Felix Matschke - "Kulturhäuser der 1950er in der DDR – Studie und Konzeption einer realistischen Neubelebung des Kulturhauses in Mestlin"


Katharina Voigt - "Entwurf eines Hospizes in München und Überlegungen zur Typologie von Sterbeorten"


Maximilian Helmreich - 'Kunst, Kaufen, Kulinarik'


Sophie Reiner - 'La Maison de la Ville Schallmoos'
Michael Maier - 'Mir gfalts Dach'


Ludwig Zitzelsberger und Ludovic Schober - Conversion and extension of the Loreto Monastery in Landshut


Verena Voppichler - Redevelopment of cable car pylons
Christina Thanner - “Kunstareal” in urban design 2010


Melanie Hammer, Waschma Sahin - Productive Landscapes – Algae culture center in the old salt lakes of Cadiz


Judith Resch - Community Center in Bad Tölz
Julia Klassen - Mixed Use


Hanne Andreesen, Maximiliane Groha - Dencity


Sebastian Multerer - Münchner Freiheit Leopoldstraße


Lavinia Herzog - STEHZEUGHAUS, Transport interchanges between mass transport and private modes of transport