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Kraus & Schönberg – Latest Building

22 Jun 2012
H27D, Constance, southwest Germany
Date built: 2012
H27D Building design by Kraus & Schönberg Architects
photo : Ioana Marinescu
H27D, Constance
H27D represents an elegant combination of sensitivity to context and technical prowess. The walls are made entirely of lightweight concrete blocks, avoiding the use of additional thermal insulation.

Kraus & Schönberg – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Kraus & Schönberg, alphabetical:

Gallon House, Little Germany, Bradford, England
Date built: 2008
Gallon House Bradford design by Kraus & Schönberg Architects
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Gallon House Bradford
Set in a Conservation Area, Gallon House is a grade II listed building and was carefully renovated. We tried to retain all its original features and re-establish original elements which had been compromised over time.
In addition, an oak-clad lift core is located in the courtyard, reflecting the language of varied vertical chimney stacks. External balconies complete the courtyard elevation.

Hanover House, Little Germany, Bradford, England
Date built: 2008
Hanover House Bradford design by Kraus & Schönberg Architects
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Hanover House Bradford
The grade II listed Hanover House is a refurbishment and roof extension of a Victorian warehouse building. Together with the surrounding buildings it is a reminiscence of the early industrial age in Bradford. The surprising sculptural aspect of the new roof reflects the surrounding roofscape and has been used to from living spaces and balconies

Haus W, Hamburg, Germany
Date built: 2008
Haus W Hamburg design by Kraus & Schönberg Architects
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Haus W Hamburg

Haus M, near Stuttgart, Germany
Date built: 2008
Haus M Germany
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Haus M Germany

Tayson House, Little Germany, Bradford, England
Date built: 2008
Tayson House Bradford
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Tayson House Bradford

More architectural projects by Kraus & Schönberg online soon

Location: 42C Halliford St, London N1 3EJ, England, UK

Kraus & Schönberg Practice Information

Architect studio based in London (UK) and Konstanz (Germany)

London Architects

This German / British architecture firm create buildings and spaces within the urban cultural context for private, commercial and public-sector clients.

Our activities currently include work in derelict industrial areas, the peripheries of cities and conservation areas, as well as on historic structures and the renewal of buildings – all part of contemporary European urban regeneration.

We place great emphasis on a close working relationship with the client as well as a constant, in-depth examination of the site, the brief, and the needs of people in their social surroundings. All this helps us to produce useful and cost-effective buildings.

The necessary tools for this purpose are newly defined for every project by analyzing the situation and parameters.

Minimising energy input, with renewable energy sources and the economical use of construction resources, is the basis of the architecture of the future.


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English Architecture – recent properties selection below

Lake Cabin in Brabourne, Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Beauty, Southeast England
Design: RX Architects
Lake Cabin Kent
photo : Ashley Gendek
Lake Cabin in Kent Downs
Windward House in Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, Southwest England
Design: Alison Brooks Architects
Windward House Gloucestershire by Alison Brooks Architects
photo © Paul Riddle
Windward House, Gloucestershire

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