For schleicher ragaller, freie architekten bda it was not a light-hearted decision to exchange the family apartment from the Gründerzeit in the city of Stuttgart for a semi-detached house from the 1960s in the country.
PSLab designs custom-made and personalised lighting, produced in their in-house factories in Stuttgart and Beirut. Their designers and craftsmen work as partners in a team, in close collaboration with the client. Interaction between design and build is embedded in a fabric of good communication.
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Design: HENN, Architekten. The innovation building as a hybrid of the most diverse programmes: development, design, prototyping and production encounter open office worlds, showrooms and a canteen.
Architects: HENN. ARENA2036, which will be handed over to its users on 30.03.2017 at the University of Stuttgart’s research campus in Vaihingen, reveals the architecture of completely digitalised and networked production.
Design: Alexander Brenner Architekten. From the street, the north façade appears largely solid, and gives the impression of a single, detached villa. But two individual city villas were built behind this shared façade, whose different floor plans correspond to the needs and lifestyles of the respective inhabitants.
Design: Alexander Brenner Architekten. Two anthracite-coloured building volumes glittering in the sunlight can be seen from the road. The gate in between them opens to a private world.
Design: HENN, architects. Functional areas that have to work together intensively in the early phase of product development are combined. Above the workshops, there is the styling area with the two large, double-storey studios.
Design: Alexander Brenner Architekten. A home for life, behind sheltering walls and with great vastness towards the neighboring scenery – a generation villa „from which one never needs to move out again“, as the residents put it.
Design: University of Stuttgart, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning team. New photos of this German pavilion building constructed using a novel robotic fabrication. It shows the architectural potential of a building method inspired by the water spider’s underwater nest construction.
Design: Alexander Brenner Architekten. This luxurious new home is intended for three generations of the same family, and is located in immediate proximity to the R6 House, which was built 12 years earlier.
Design: Alexander Brenner Architekten. The location on a steep south-facing slope required an access to the house from the public road running be¬low to the site situated about 12 metres higher.
Design: Alexander Brenner Architekten. The site is situated along a residential road with buildings primarily dating from the 1930s as it is typical for Stuttgart’s hillside locations.
An art loving couple was able to purchase an outstanding scenic property in the north of Stuttgart with spectacular views over the city, German property design by Alexander Brenner Architekten
Architect: (se)arch architekten bda. In some ways, the architect duo of Stefanie and Stephan Eberding have followed the tradition of avant-garde flexibility projects of Classic Moderne with their experimental living House G12 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.
F.3 Fellbach aquatic centre, neat Stuttgart, Germany, surrounding landscape forms guiding theme for 4a Architekten in shape and design. The new F.3 family and recreational aquatic centre in Fellbach: 4a Architekten have transferred the three separate areas – the sports area with indoor pool and open-air pool, the adventure pool and the sauna world.
It is the ambition that the new building for the technical faculty of the German university Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) is to be a lighthouse project for academic learning.
Located on the research campus of the Fraunhofer IAO in Stuttgart Vaihingen, the Centre for Virtual Engineering (ZVE) specializes in the investigation of different multidisciplinary work flows.