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Kaspar Schulz Fair Stand in Nürnberg, Germany by NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

Article source: NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research

NE—AR in collaboration with studioheyhey have completed the construction of the fair stand at the Brau Beviale 2015 in Nürnberg, for Kaspar Schulz. Brauereimaschinenfabrik & Apparatebauanstalt e.K.

The main concept was to focus on the high quality of the pressure and beer tanks from Kaspar Schulz. In this manner, the tanks are featured by designing an integrated and atmospheric background to them using haptic materials.

Image Courtesy © NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research

Image Courtesy © NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research

  • Architects: NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research
  • Project: Kaspar Schulz Fair Stand
  • Location: Nürnberg, Germany
  • Client: Kaspar Schulz. Brauereimaschinenfabrik & Apparatebauanstalt e.K.
  • Team Credits:
    • Design: NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research: Luis Etchegorry, Lars Nixdorff.
    • Visual Communication: studioheyhey: John Russo
  • Building Surface: 120m²
  • Site Surface: 120m²
  • Phase: Built
  • Year: November 2015

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Lausward Power Plant in Düsseldorf, Germany by kadawittfeldarchitektur

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Article source: kadawittfeldarchitektur 

Objective and purpose

The most state-of-the-art natural gas power plant in the world has recently been completed on Lausward in Düsseldorf’s harbour. It has been supplying the city with climate-friendly electricity and district heat since the beginning of 2016, and is therefore making a considerable contribution towards a more secure energy supply within the city and region. The new natural gas power plant is an important milestone on the way to a carbon-neutral city, which the state capital is striving to achieve by 2050.

Image Courtesy © Jens Kirchner

Image Courtesy © Jens Kirchner

  • Architects: kadawittfeldarchitektur
  • Project: Lausward Power Plant
  • Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Photography: Jens Kirchner
  • Software used: AutoCAD
  • Client: Stadtwerke Düsseldorf AG, Höherweg 100, 40233 Düsseldorf
  • Structural engineering: Bollinger + Grohmann, Frankfurt am Main
  • Building physics: TOHR Bauphysik GmbH & Co. KG, Bergisch-Gladbach
  • Building services engineering: Ingenieurbüro PGH Becker – Huke – Hoffmann, Dormagen (City Window)
  • Electrical engineering: Ingenieurbüro Sturm, Krefeld (illumination of power plant facade; City Window)
  • Lighting design: Andres Lichtplanung, Hamburg
  • Fire engineering: IBAS Consulting, Wuppertal (fire protection concept of City Window)
  • Project management / site management: Siemens AG (primary contractor)
  • Constructed volume:

    • City Window with observation deck: GFA 1,620 m2, GIV 33,500 m3
    • Total facade area: approx. 24,000m2
    • Incl. glass facade of City Window: approx. 2,700m2
  • Construction costs of total power plant: €500m
  • Design: 06/2012 – 07/ 2015
  • Construction: 06/2012 – 01/2016

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HOUSE 5W in Mühlheim am Main, Germany by in_design architektur

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Article source: in_design architektur

Residential Project for ‘best agers’ in Mühlheim am Main (Germany).

A site within a residential area and in proximity to a natural preservation area was bought by our clients, with the idea to build high quality flats for people enjoying the years before and after retirement – ‘best agers’ aged around 50 to 70.

Image Courtesy © in_design architektur

Image Courtesy © in_design architektur

  • Architects: in_design architektur
  • Project: HOUSE 5W
  • Location: Mühlheim am Main, Germany
  • Software used: VectorWorks for CAD / BIM, MS Office, MS Project for time scheduling, Project Pro for Tender Documents

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NAXOS BUILDING in Frankfurt, Germany by STEFAN FORSTER ARCHITEKTEN

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Article source: STEFAN FORSTER ARCHITEKTEN

In the middle of Frankfurt´s Nordend district, this new residential block was built to passive house standards on the site of a former Naxos-Union factory. Retaining and integrating the distinctive trees along Wingertstrasse was an important part of the design considerations: the comb-like structure of the complex on this side, with its broad area of green in front of the apartments, is a direct response to this situation. The private gardens of the ground-floor apartments are located in the five courtyards. The back of the complex is oriented towards the listed Naxoshalle, the last remaining relic from the site´s former industrial use. On the corner of Wingertstrasse and Wittelsbacherallee the block is finished off conventionally with a corner tower. The continuous clinker cladding on the ground floor strengthens the ensemble character and is also a reference to its urban context. All the dual-aspect apartments have large loggias to the front and to the rear. In total 69 freehold and 47 rental apartments were built here to the passive house standard.

Image Courtesy © Lisa Farkas

Image Courtesy © Lisa Farkas

  • Architects: STEFAN FORSTER ARCHITEKTEN
  • Project: NAXOS BUILDING
  • Location: Frankfurt, Germany
  • Photography: Lisa Farkas
  • Software used: ArchiCad
  • Client: ABG Frankfurt Holding
  • Project team: Eleanor Lucke, Benjamin Metz, Peter Gallo, Manuel Rhöse, Andreas Wenger, Cristina Naranjo
  • Expert advisory procedure: 2008, 1st prize
  • Apartments: 116
  • Work phases: 1-8
  • Floor area: 15,000 m2
  • Completion: 12/2013

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House D10 in Ulm, Germany by Werner Sobek Group GmbH

Saturday, June 18th, 2016

Article source: Werner Sobek Group GmbH

D10 is a single-storey one-family home built in an established residential area. A private driveway provides access to the house. Two parallel shear walls are a distinguishing feature of the building. Generously designed glazing serves to provide a spatial enclosure. Protected by an extensively projecting flat roof a generously sized patio encircling the house serves to unite the indoor space with the outdoor space. Access to the building is also gained via this patio.

Image Courtesy © Werner Sobek Group GmbH

Image Courtesy © Werner Sobek Group GmbH

  • Architects: Werner Sobek Group GmbH
  • Project: House D10
  • Location: Near Ulm, Germany
  • Services Rendered: Design, object planning, structural engineering, building service equipment, optimising energy efficiency (work phases 1-8)
  • Planning phase: 2008 – 2009
  • Execution time: 2009 – 2010

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Haus im Allgäu in Germany by studioeuropa

Friday, June 17th, 2016

Article source: studioeuropa

An extremely narrow, long site amidst the farmhouses of an old bavarian village: a challenge to organize a barrierfree, compact, and energy efficient house, that blends well into its rural neighbourhood. Despite the site‘s small size and difficult proportions, a peaceful house stretching far into the garden was created.

Image Courtesy © studioeuropa

Image Courtesy © studioeuropa

  • Architects: studioeuropa
  • Project: Haus im Allgäu
  • Location: Allgäu, Germany

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Holistic Living in Wannsee, Germany by GRAFT

Friday, June 10th, 2016

Article source: GRAFT 

GRAFT designed a single-family house and two semi-detached houses, all of them environment-friendly buildings that join mobility, energy and health. The project is an unrivaled holistic approach that connects modern architecture, innovative building equipment and e-mobility as well as sustainability and physical health. The houses even generate a surplus of energy that will be used to charge an e-car that the tenant rents with the house.

Image Courtesy © Tobias Hein

Image Courtesy © Tobias Hein

  • Architects: GRAFT
  • Project: Holistic Living
  • Location: Berlin-Wannsee, Germany
  • Photography: Tobias Hein
  • Founding Partners: Lars Krückeberg, Wolfram Putz, Thomas Willemeit
  • Project Lead: Nils von Minckwitz, Anna Wittwer
  • Project Team: Martin Franck, Arvid Wölfel
  • Living Spaces: Single family house 232 m², Semidetached houses 165 m² each
  • Structural Planning: Niehus Winkler, Berlin
  • Technical Planning: Buro Happold, Berlin
  • Landscape Architect: KreTa, Berlin
  • Site Supervision: Energydesign Braunschweig GmbH
  • Building Physics: TU Braunschweig
  • Geotechnical Engineer: Maul&Partner, Berlin
  • Year: 2015

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Berliner Altbau in Germany by marc benjamin drewes ARCHITEKTUREN & schneideroelsen

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Article source: marc benjamin drewes ARCHITEKTUREN & schneideroelsen

Small and cautious interventions try not to destroy the special atmosphere and to retrieve hidden qualities in the refurbishment of a typical Berlin apartment from around 1900.

In three rooms several layers of old color were taken off the extensive moulding on the ceiling. Behind the thick layers of color parts of the original ceiling frescos appeared. Since the ceilings were not painted again, the rooms are being characterized by a lively and diverse feeling full of history. The slight irregularities of a rough lime cement plaster on the walls are equally far away from a too monotonous perfectly smooth surface. The old hardwood flooring was sanded off and treated with a mixture of oil and wax.

Image Courtesy © marc benjamin drewes ARCHITEKTUREN & schneideroelsen

Image Courtesy © marc benjamin drewes ARCHITEKTUREN & schneideroelsen

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Urban Nation Museum in Berlin, Germany by GRAFT

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Article source: GRAFT

The URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART, in short UN museum, is the first German street art museum and will emerge in the Berlin quarter of Schöneberg.

Image Courtesy © GRAFT

Image Courtesy © GRAFT

  • Architects: GRAFT
  • Project: Urban Nation Museum
  • Location: Bülowstraße 7, Berlin, Germany
  • Rendering: GRAFT
  • Client: Berliner Leben Foundation
  • Year: 2016-2017

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Aktivhaus B10 in Bruckmannweg, Germany by Porextherm Dämmstoffe GmbH

Saturday, May 28th, 2016

Article source: Porextherm Dämmstoffe GmbH

Aktivhaus B10 is part of a research project. The project is investigating how innovative materials, construction methods and technologies can improve our built environment in a sustainable way. Thanks to an ingenious energy concept and forward-thinking, self-learning building controls the building creates twice its energy requirement from sustainable sources. The highly efficient and simultaneously lean building shell that this requires was made possible by the use of vacuum insulation panels.

Image Courtesy © Zoe Braun, Stuttgart

Image Courtesy © Zoe Braun, Stuttgart

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