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Villa S in Schriesheim, Germany by Ian Shaw Architekten BDA RIBA

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

Article source: Ian Shaw Architekten BDA RIBA

Villa S is a cast in-situ concrete house, dramatically sited on a hillside above Schriesheim, in Baden-Württemberg, in southwest Germany. From its elevated position, the building offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside: to the south, the Black Forest; to the west, the Palatinate and the Rhine Valley; to the east, the Odenwald mountain range; and in the foreground, on a neighbouring hillside, the ruins of Strahlenburg Castle, originally built in 1295. Within this setting, the project presents itself as an elemental two-tier structure.

Image Courtesy © Ian Shaw Architekten BDA RIBA

Image Courtesy © Ian Shaw Architekten BDA RIBA

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Health Centre and Church Square in Heiden, Germany by THESING & THESING

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Article source: Thesing & Thesing Architekten BDA

In the centre of the Westphalian town of Heiden, Thesing & Thesing Architekten have paid homage to history in their creation of a new community space adjacent to the town’s historical church square. Bricks were chosen as the exclusive material for the roof and façade of the new health centre and the pavement of the square itself, an expression of the holistic approach employed by the architects. The bricks of the Hagemeisters’s “Heiden” variety, produced especially for the project, vary in colour from a deep reddish-brown to a violet-red with blue anthracite smoke marks and contribute a sense of lasting permanence. Until the 1970s, a neo-gothic church dominated the centre of the community. In the contours of the new medical building, the architects recall the proportions of both the original church’s architecture and that of even older urban structures taken from the town’s original land registers.

Image Courtesy © Lukas Roth

Image Courtesy © Lukas Roth

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Suppakids Little Ones Sneaker Boutique in Stuttgart, Germany by ROK, (Rippmann Oesterle Knauss)

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Article source: ROK, Rippmann Oesterle Knauss

A sneaker boutique for little ones featuring a unique display arrangement that invites kids to play with a subtly integrated cascading disk run while browsing through the shoes on display.

Image Courtesy © Daniel Stauch Photography

Image Courtesy © Daniel Stauch Photography

  • Architects: ROK  (Rippmann Oesterle Knauss)
  • Project: Suppakids Little Ones Sneaker Boutique
  • Location: Paulinenstr.44 70178 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Photography: Daniel Stauch Photography
  • Software used: Rhino 3D
  • Client: BNIB Handels GmbH Paulinenstr.44 70178 Stuttgart, German
  • Floor finish: Haas Stonetec Ralf Haas Thomas-Mann-Strasse 12 70734 Fellbach, Germany
  • Carpentry work: Kaupp + Diether Andreas Lindner Mühlstrasse 28 71083 Herrenberg, Germany
  • Electric Installation: Elektro Lauxmann GmbH Horst Pilsner Rosmarinweg 37 70374 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Gross floor area: 60 sqm
  • Completion date: 07/2014

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Apartments Charlotte in Berlin, Germany by Michels Architekturbüro

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

Article source: Michels Architekturbüro

Apartments “Charlotte” – a great success for the developer as well as marketing. Within weeks, and long before the commencement of building works, all flats within this central Berlin apartment house nearby Checkpoint Charlie were sold. Carefully designed floor plans ensure a high quality of living and generous full height windows offer fascinating views of central Berlin.
Balconies are attached to the building like scales and create a meander like rhythm along the façade. To avoid impairing this well-balanced building front by rough and heavy balustrades, balconies are safeguarded by a delicate stainless steel mesh. The tapered form gives this freestanding corner building a charming and self-confident appearance.

Image Courtesy © Werner Huthmacher

Image Courtesy © Werner Huthmacher

  • Architects: Michels Architekturbüro
  • Project: Apartments Charlotte
  • Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Photography: Werner Huthmacher
  • Construction Period: May 2012 to December 2013
  • Construction cost: 3.600.000 € gross
  • Lot: 347 sq.m
  • Total Area: 2.180 sq.m over nine stories
  • Units: Two commercial units and 28 apartments including three penthouses
  • Selling Price: 4.120 Euros/sq.m average (December 2011)
  • Property Developer: WI Concept, Berlin
  • Real Estate Marketing: Berlin Capital Investments

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Villa in Germany by Stocker Dewes Architekten

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Article source: Stocker Dewes Architekten Building task was to re-use a former horse stable to a residential and office building. The space program includes office space with the necessary ancillary rooms and a residential unit for a three – person family. The building is situated on a plot, at the end of a valley, with a surrounding forest landscape. The design idea was to reflect again the structure of the forest in the choice of the material of facade and roof.

Image Courtesy © Yohan Zerdoun

Image Courtesy © Yohan Zerdoun

  • Architects: Stocker Dewes Architekten
  • Project: Villa
  • Location: Germany
  • Photography: Yohan Zerdoun
  • Software used: Vectorworks (by Nemetschek)
  • Structural engineers: Scherberger und Fritsch Beratende Bauingenieure GmbH, Freiburg im Breisgau (DE)
  • Award: Hugo-Häring-Auszeichnung 2014 BDA Kreisgruppe Freiburg/Breisgau Hochschwarzwald [Award]

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Anlage für afrikanische Menschenaffen WILHELMA IN Stuttgart, Germany by HASCHER JEHLE

Saturday, September 27th, 2014

Article source: HASCHER JEHLE

The Wilhelma in Stuttgart is a zoological botanical garden that comprises part of the Rosenstein Park, an English landscaped garden created in the 19th century along a steep-sloped valley basin typical of Stuttgart’s topography. The design concept for the new ape house picks up the characteristic themes of ridge, valley and forest.

Image Courtesy ©HASCHER JEHLE

Image Courtesy ©HASCHER JEHLE

  • Architects: HASCHER JEHLE
  • Project: ENCLOSURE FOR AFRICAN APES WILHELMA
  • Location: Wilhelma – Zoologisch-botanischer Garten, Stuttgart
  • Client: Land Baden-Württemberg
  • Team competition: Johannes Raible, Moritz Müller-Werther
  • Project head: Ralf Mittmann, Jens Riepen, Johannes Raible
  • Assistance: John Barnbrook, Peter Edlinger, Jenny Katholy, Maxi,Milian Porzelt, Nadine Sawade, Christian Speelmanns
  • Interns: Aloysia Forestier, Katharina Lengfeld, Laura Westenfelder, Nele Adelheim, Marzia Singer, Sebastian Kittel berger, Kristina Bitter, Nefeli Konstantopoulou, Jonas Wenzke, Holger Witte

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New Trianel Headquarters in Aachen, Germany by GMP Architekten

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Article source: GMP Architekten 

After a construction period of almost two years, Trianel GmbH this summer moved into its company headquarters in Aachen, which had been designed by the architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners. The utility company now has over 300 employees in the new building who previously were spread out over three locations in Aachen. The office block has a floor area of 6,300 square metres and can accommodate up to 430 members of staff.

Image Courtesy © Hans-Georg Esch

Image Courtesy © Hans-Georg Esch

  • Architects: GMP Architekten 
  • Project: New Trianel Headquarters
  • Location: Aachen, Germany
  • Photography: Hans-Georg Esch
  • Design: Volkwin Marg and Christian Hoffmann with Marek Nowak
  • Project management: competition Marek Nowak with Olaf Peters
  • Competition team: Sebastian Möller, Christoph Salentin, Tobias Unterberg
  • Project management: detailed design Tobias Unterberg
  • Detailed design team: Clemens Dost, Irina Stoyanova, Sarah Coenes, Christoph Salentin
  • Client: Trianel GmbH

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Loft ESN in Esslingen, Germany by Ippolito Fleitz Group

Friday, September 12th, 2014

Article source: Ippolito Fleitz Group 

The Palmscher Park in Esslingen is a former army barracks from the late Wilhelmine era. It was transformed into a residential complex at the turn of the millennium and has become a very popular residential area thanks to its attractive hillside situation, only ten minutes walking distance from Esslingen town centre. When an agency moved out of a loft space at the short end of a two-storey block, a family with two small children sought to transform the site into their new home.An open and spacious living space with differentiated living zones and tantalising visual perspectives was created across 400 square metres.

Image Courtesy © Ippolito Fleitz Group

Image Courtesy © Ippolito Fleitz Group

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Ölhafen Bridge in Raunheim, Germany by schneider+schumacher

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Article source: schneider+schumacher

The new white oil terminal bridge is an elegant, curved structure. It spans the 70m wide entrance to the oil terminal harbour in Raunheim with a spiralling access ramp. This sculptural bridge design stems from Frankfurt architects schneider+schumacher.

The clients for the bridge appointed Schüßler-Plan as structural engineers. The bridge’s location is, on the one hand, influenced by the industrial character of the harbour, and on the other, by the River Main that runs parallel to it, with its attractive embankment and mature trees. The bridge will primarily be used by cyclists and pedestrians.

Image Courtesy © Schneider+Schumacher

Image Courtesy © Schneider+Schumacher

  • Architects: schneider+schumacher
  • Project: Ölhafen Bridge
  • Location: Raunheim, Germany
  • Client: Stadt Raunheim (“Drei gewinnt. Interkommunaler Stadtumbau Rüsselsheim, Raunheim, Kelsterbach”)
  • Project architects: Michael Schumacher, Karlo Filipovic
  • Project manager: Ingo Weißer (Schüßler-Plan Ingenieure GmbH)
  • Structural engineers: Schüßler-Plan Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH
  • Project steering: NH ProjektStadt (Unternehmensgruppe Nassauische Heimstätte/Wohnstadt)
  • Awards: Baukultur in Hessen 2013_Landeswettbewerb “ZUSAMMEN GEBAUT”_Leben mit Wasser
  • Competition: 05/2009 – 06/2009
  • Planning period: 07/2009 – 12/2009
  • Construction period: 2012-2013

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Textilmacher in Munich, Germany by tillicharchitektur

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Article source: tillicharchitektur

Situated in an industrial zone on Munich’s north side, the building hosts production and office spaces for “Textilmacher”, a company for textile print and embroidery.Its iconic feature is the geometrically folded facade, which deforms the simple cubature by an animated play of light and shadow.

Image Courtesy © Michael Compensis

Image Courtesy © Michael Compensis

  • Architects: tillicharchitektur
  • Project: textilmacher
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Photography: Michael Compensis
  • Client: Die Textilmacher GmbH
  • Site area: 840 sqm
  • Program: Production and Office
  • Total floor area: 1135 sqm
  • Architects: tillicharchitektur
  • Structural engineer: Hemmerlein Ingenieurbau GmbH,Heating, ventilating, plumbing    IB Schön
  • Energy consultant: Heinze Enegieberatung
  • Electrical engineer: Elektro Emmer GmbH

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