Urban Living, Berlin

Expert report: sustainable housing concepts

Development of sustainable residential concepts in the city considering the aspects: affordable housing, densification and long-term integration of refugees

PROJECT DATA

URL_apartment-2Mini apartment

 

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View from the gardens to the housing row

 

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Green row with outsourced residential functions and “Ergänzer” (“addition”)

 

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Survey site, aerial photo

 

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Row settlement with neighbouring zone for 500 people

 

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Connections between the outsourced residential functions within the neighbourhood

 

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Plan of a neighbouring zone with extended rows and green areas

 

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Four-story addition to the row construction with apartments and communal rooms, green areas with gardens, guest house and event room

 

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“Tenant gardens” in between the housing rows

 

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Row prototypes

 

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Multifunctional hall in housing row

 

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Wooden modular construction system of the row building

 

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Living and working typologies

 

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ProgramDevelopment of sustainable residential concepts in the city
StatusExpert report, ideas-competition as workshop approach, exhibition at the German Center for Architecture (DAZ), Berlin
LocationUhlenhorst settlement, Wongrowitzer Steig, Berlin-Köpenick, Germany
TeamImke Woelk und Partner in corporation with Prof. Martin Prominski, Landscape architecture, Hannover
ClientFederal state of Berlin, represented by the Senate Administration for Urban Development
AreaSurvey site: 21.000 m2
Building prototype: TSA: 1490 m2, USA: 1080 m2
Costs of construction: 1.600.000 EUR (KG 300-500)
ConstructionTimber frame construction, curtain wall made of figured glass elements with transparent thermal insulation
ServicesProgram and location analyses, strategic development, artistic concept, technical concept, design planning, visualisation
Date2014

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