Goldsteinstraße, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


Conversion and new construction of an existing building into a residential construction

In planning


  • High densification creating modern living space
  • Creation of functional and affordable housing


  • Conversion of existing structures
  • Use of sustainable building materials (mineral insulating materials, no composite materials)
  • Energetic renovation of a former men’s dorm in a modern residential building complex with apartments as a KfW efficiency house 70
  • Use of local heating
  • Natural ventilation and illumination: low tech instead of high tech


  • High utilization of the property size
  • Efficient adaptation of the residential typologies to the existing stock
  • Cooperation with local specialist planners


4.606 m²

Design team

Marc Böhnke, Mario Reale, Claudia Weyna, Reshad Wahabzada


Romig GmbH & Co. KG Bauconsult (fire prevention), Brandschutz Spittank (test engineer fire prevention), Vermessungsbüro Seeger und Kollegen (survey), CDM Smith Consult GmbH (pollution measurement), Brand & Partner (MEP), STU-Ingenieurbüro für Bauwesen (structure, heat proof, sound insulation), Third (visualization)

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