The building nestles like a white sundeck against the wooded slope of the site.
Sixty publicly funded dwellings were realized for a wide range of users in this quiet inner-city location.
The site lies in an area of heterogeneous single-family housing on the edge of a small Lower Bavarian town.
The scheme comprised the conversion of a former barracks prison and the addition of a new tract to create 50 student dwellings.
The two four-storey blocks described here form part of a larger development and infill programme in an existing housing area.
The 14 houses, linked by smaller structures to form a gently curving row, mark the first stage of a larger development on a former airport site.
Laid out along a typical Dutch “Singel”, a canal with trees on both sides, the terrace houses form a line of urban demarcation facing the naturally landscaped...