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The development of Buchholzer Grün creates a residential area in an attractive location. The five-storey and the four-storey apartment buildings in combination with ten three-storey townhouses form the northern opening of the new quatier. The three new buildings develop a powerful, own identity, which incorporate the urban connection to the surrounding city districts and the neighbouring Podbielskistraße. The rhythmization in the height development as well as the verticality through the overlapping windows and balconies in the clinker facade are central design principles. The change of material makes the entrance areas clearly recognizable and at the same time they fit into the overall structure of the facades. The result is a robust, unpretentious and solid figure. The multi-storey housing units impress with an exciting mix of tenements and condominiums in different sizes, while the townhouses offer a small type of building as well as a large one and enable parking inside the house.
The Ministry of Environment, Climate and Energy Baden-Württemberg organizes the sixth symposium of the R-Concrete and Circular Economy series in Stuttgart.
Nils Nolting from Cityförster presents our Project Recyclinghaus.
This question will be discussed by Nils Nolting of Cityförster on November 8th, 2018 together with other experts from scienes and the construction industry.
Nils Nolting will present our recycling house at the event "Regionale Ressourcenwende in der Bauwirtschaft" by Zukunftsagentur Rheinisches Revier. Using this research project Nils Nolting demonstrates different ways of recycling and talks about opportunities and limitations designing buildings with recycled materials and used components in a recyclable construction.
Instead of a clean functional construction, a building with an innovative room offer in a special atmosphere for contemporary teaching and learning methods and a space for neighbourly encounters is drafted. The design positiones itself to this role via a self-confident gesture and is with it's cubage purposely set apart from surrounding structures. The usage becomes readable, the differenziation between housing developments and the district schools public building structure recognizable. Thus the new building contributes to the urban surroundings structuring. The cubage reflects the inner organization: the public, also by residents and society used base connects the district with the school building. The transparent horizontal 'fugue' that includes the gym subdivides the building in a base for the common use and the clear educational areas, which 'floats' as self-contained volume above the 'fugue'. A central, light-flooded hall generates the school's common middel, which connects all floors and functional areas up to the roof top terrace. A visible and readable place for education is drafted and forms the Heart of the new district.