Thinking Around the Corner: Residential Building by Hehnpohl Architektur in Münster
The residential building by Hehnpohl Architektur in Münster's Buddenstraße responds to the urban context in a variety of ways. The façade is as multifaceted as the interior spaces. (As multifaceted as the facade is, as diversely structured are the interiors.) The result is a varied sequence of rooms that is supplied with ample daylight through the roof.
Architecture: hehnpohl architektur
Structural Design, Thermal and Sound Insulation: Wiening Ingenieurgemeinschaft, Warendorf
Location: Buddenstraße 10, 48143 Münster (DE)
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Larch Wood and Brick: St. Peter's Parish Centre in Stuttgart
After demolishing the dilapidated district church from the 1970s, Kamm Architekten designed a new spatial structure consisting of a church hall, community centre and day care centre. Cold-warm contrasts formulate the colour concept: warm larch wood and beige bricks are juxtaposed with cool exposed concrete and white plaster
Client: Katholisches Stadtdekanat
Architecture: Kamm Architekten
Location: Winterbacher Straße 36, 70374 Stuttgart (DE)