"Glass plays a dominant role in modern architecture, our living spaces have become more open, more translucent, and art has evolved towards transparency, and for me the huge glass walls in modern architecture are ideal exhibition spaces for transparent images." Nabo
In addition to his freelance work, Nabo deals with architecture-related glass design of public and private buildings.
According to his design, a glass high-bay warehouse with integrated solar cells was built in Münsterland. Further buildings are currently under construction and in planning.
Works by Nabo in the public space can be seen u. a. in the German Museum of Stained Glass Linnich, Rüsselsheim Municipal Theater, Stadthalle in Schorndorf, glass museum of the Ernsting Foundation in Coesfeld, Malden retirement home and court building Roermond in the Netherlands, parish house St. Stephan in Mainz, IGM building Hannover and in Wiesbaden the Wall of Fame in the Kurhaus conservatory, the columns on the Kureck and the stele in front of the Literaturhaus in Wilhelmstraße.

solar facade of Nabo Gass

The Wiesbaden artist Nabound, the architecture firm Wortmann in Dülmen, was awarded the pbb architecture prize for the high-bay warehouse of the company Ernstings-Familiy in Coesfeld-Lette. Under the auspices of the Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Development and the President of the Association of German Architects (BDA), the pbb Stiftung Deutsche Pfandbriefbank honors exemplary commercial buildings for the eleventh time.

Solar facade of Nabo

"Architecture must be there for the people," says company founder Kurt Ernsting and his successors today also place architecture in the service of future generations through sustainable and holistic construction methods. In addition to ecologically sound and recyclable building materials, Ernsting's family relies on solar energy: The warehouse bears the energy itself through the use of façade-integrated photovoltaic systems.