Ah´ Haus, japanese whispers IV – conversion of a holiday home in Schorfheide, Brandenburg, Germany: small holiday home (“Datsche”) by a lake, originally for 3 people, converted into a more communal house for 11.
The Niederheide Primary School in Hohen Neuendorf is trend-setting in many ways: as the first school in Germany with a plus-energy standard, the building meets the highest requirements in terms of sustainability in both the building and the operation itself.
Renovated by Sigurd Larsen, the Dortmannhof building’s new spaces grow tall and narrow. Large north-facing windows allow for additional daylight to stream through the old perforated walls originally meant to ventilate the hay.
gmp refurbishes protected Hyparschale Building in Magdeburg by Ulrich Müther. Having stood empty for over 20 years, the refurbishment of the building will be carried out in line with monument preservation guidelines.
Bauhaus Architecture in Celle, Lower Saxony: with over 490 colourful half-timbered houses, Celle presents the largest compact ensemble of its kind in Europe and is one of the most splendid towns in Germany.
David Chipperfield Architects in collaboration with the landscape architects Atelier Loidl, has won the competition for a new headquarters for the Bayerische Versorgungskammer in Munich’s Bogenhausen district.