H27D Constance, Baden-Wuerttemberg Apartment Building, Southwest German Architecture
H27D Constance apartments, Germany
Constance Building design by Kraus Schoenberg Architects in Baden-Wuerttemberg
22 Jun 2012
Location: Constance, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Typology: mixed-use – apartments and a clothing shop
Design: Kraus Schoenberg Architects
H27D represents an elegant combination of sensitivity to context and technical prowess. The walls are made entirely of lightweight in-situ concrete, avoiding the use of additional thermal insulation.
The apartments are deep in plan and ingenious. A typical plan has small bedrooms with a linking balcony overlooking the street, with a large open-plan L shaped living-kitchen-dining area behind.
This clever mixed-use scheme (a clothes shop occupies the whole of the ground floor giving it a real street presence) was achieved for a mere €1428 per square metre.
H27D Constance – Building Information
Practice: Kraus Schoenberg Architects
Client: Doser + Partner Baugesellschaft mbH
H27D Constance images / information from RIBA + Kraus Schoenberg
Kraus Schoenberg Architects
RIBA Awards 2012 : one of The 9 RIBA Award buildings in the European Union
Location: Constance, Germany, western Europe
Architecture in Germany
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Architecture in Constance
A recent Constance building on e-architect:
House on Lake Constance, Überlingen
Architect: (se)arch architekten bda
photograph : Zooey Braun
House G12 on Lake Constance Property
In some ways, the architect duo of Stefanie and Stephan Eberding have followed the tradition of avantgarde flexibility projects of Classic Moderne with their experimental living house at Überlingen on the lake Constance. This new design was also based on the idea of extending the available space and experience of space by making the inner space configuration flexible.
Another building in Constance on e-architect:
Museum Bodman-Ludwigshafen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Design: Atelier Brueckner
Konzeption + Rendering by architects
Museum Bodman-Ludwigshafen design
This is a planned museum, where the whole interesting history of Lake Constance and the town Bodman, is named after Lake Constance and its surroundings should be reflected. The plan will be developed in consultation with architect Thomas Kramer, who is responsible for the overall planning for the redevelopment of the center Bodman.
photo : Piet Niemann
Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart
Design: UN Studio Architects
photo : Christian Richters
Swiss holiday house
picture © Hannes Henz
Swiss holiday house
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