We are proud to announce that Milla & Partner, together with Kingsmen Exhibits Singapore, DP Architects, Beatrice Chia-Richmond and Presplay Pte, have won the pitch for the Singapore Pavilion at Expo 2025 in Osaka, Kansai, Japan. In a recent press conference, Singapore Tourism Board presented the Pavilion architecture to the public. Find out more on The Unveiling of the Dream Sphere.

The new info points in the Upper Danube Nature Park are places that function not only as shelters, but also as places of learning, communication, encounter and community spirit. They offer orientation, a sense of distances and accessibility and, through their distinct form, will become an individual, unmistakable trademark of the park - connecting with the landscape through materiality, form and vegetation and so becomimg small "stages" in the midst of nature ...

For more transparency and participation at eye level, Milla & Partner is to design a digital communication platform for the Verband Region Stuttgart (VRS). Many measures, whether open space protection and recreation, industrial settlement or sustainable mobility, are thought and planned regionally, but decided in the municipalities. Self-assured cities, communities and citizens want and need to be heard and involved in complex decisions. There is often no "right" or "wrong" - the decisions are more the result of a weighing process ...

Our Partner and Creative Director Sebastian Letz has been invited as jury member for the new Buildner Architecture Competition “The Pavilion Of Humanity: First Contact”. The architecture ideas competition tasks participants with designing a structure encapsulating the best and brightest of our species in a way that, should we ever be visited by other life forms, would allow them to learn about our achievements in a single space. More about the competition: Pavilion of Humanity

Since 2006, text displays in the memorial "Zeichen der Erinnerung" have provided information about the history and background of the deportation of more than 2700 Jews, Sinti and Roma from Stuttgart between 1941 and 1944. The panels were now supplemented and illustrations replaced - revised by the board members of the committee and Milla & Partner. They have now been presented to the public at the memorial.

Energy and raw materials from regional sewage sludge? High-tech in wastewater treatment? Safeguarding water quality? These are just some of the topics explored in depth in the new exhibition at the visitor center of the main sewage treatment plant in Mühlhausen, the largest facility in Baden-Württemberg.

Milla & Partner has won the pitch for the design of the permanent exhibition in the Rhön Nature Experience Center at the Hammelburg site. This new public institution will be a lighthouse project for education and communication of the UNESCO biosphere reserve Rhön with a focus on sustainability. The opening is planned for 2025.

The new show workshop in the Erwin Hymer Museum opened end of January. Visitors can now follow the workshop team at work and witness how historic museum vehicles are lovingly cared for, maintained and restored. Embedded in the foyer of the Erwin Hymer Museum, the museum workshop picks up on design elements of the museum's interior design and blends seamlessly into the overall experience. More about the workshop

THE LÄND is a winner. Created together with Jung von Matt, THE LÄND is a campaign that promotes Baden-Württemberg as a modern destination well worth working and living in to both national and global professionals. Honored by GWA with a silver Effie in this years "Transformation" category.

The Buildner "Memorial for Witches" competition looks to remind the public of the ways in which society once dealt with irrational fears. Competition participants can choose any injustice that is either currently ongoing or an issue from the past and select any site that would be an appropriate location for a theoretical memorial structure. Submitted designs could function as a source of education about past events, or a method of whistleblowing and raising awareness of ongoing injustices. Sebastian Letz, partner, architect and creative director at Milla & Partner, will be part of the Jury panel appointed for this competition. More about the call for entries

Milla & Partner´s Creative Producer Thomas Schweikert has been appointed to the jury of this year's Coding da Vinci competition - a cultural hackathon that links the worlds of technology and culture. In 2022, more than 30 cultural institutions from the southwest of the republic will make data and content available to participants. Jury meeting and award ceremony will take place in Stuttgart on 24. June. More about the competition