Architects: Sehw Architektur
Area: 2300 m² Year: 2022
Lead Architects: Xaver Egger
Twins for modern job nomads. Two new buildings with different forms of housing for 50 residents on a gap site in Berlin Schöneweide .
Poor but sexy is yesterday’s news. Temporary accommodation for professional nomads is designed as a building block for urban densification in growing cities. Sounds very general, but Berlin continues to attract many young people. In this case, in the southeast of Berlin, an in-fill development is being built for such a use, without closing the gap site off completely. A front building allows a way through and a view of the twin building placed at the back. The result is a sequence stretching from the public street space via the accessible semi-public courtyard to the private communal garden. Using open construction, we have created living space for over 50 residents on six stories.
And what about the human being? The pressure on available space in German cities continues to increase, which is why affordable flats are becoming smaller again and the trend of the past decades is reversing. To ensure that the residents of our project feel comfortable, we have integrated space-saving and smart furniture that was produced and installed by a carpentry firm. In the interior, white and shades of blue prevail for textiles and furniture, which as color highlights help create a sense of identification. Many living areas have their own terraces or balconies, and the generous outdoor spaces between and behind the buildings add to the feel-good quality.
source : archdaily
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