Linderfeldquartier

Hauptstraße / Linderfeldstraße, Heiligenhaus, Germany

Project

New construction, barrier-free living

Completion autumn 2018

ethical

  • Floor layouts are flexibly usable
  • Each apartment with balcony/loggia
  • Urban repair: brownfield to greenfield
  • Accessibility according to DIN 18040 II
  • Multi-generational living
  • Creation of a public playground
  • Partizipation of the neighborhood in the planning process

ecological

  • Targeted use of non-hazardous materials
  • Short transportations of construction materials
  • Local building contractors

efficient

  • Efficient use of the area, minimizing of the staircases
  • Cooperation with local specialist planners

GFA

2.900 m²

Design team

Marc Böhnke, Mario Reale, Julian Konti, Hans Peter Lüngen, Christoph Nickel, Lia Polczyk, Nina Vegelahn

Planer

Schwarze und Partner (landscaping), Ostrick Ingenieur Planungs GmbH (MEP), Heister + Ronkartz (fire prevention), Thomas Spelter Öffentlich bestellte Vermessungsingenieure (survey), dreidesign (visualization)

Info

The two sites are located in the very centre of Heiligenhaus close to the town hall. The context consists of various small scale buildings and the predominant Church of St. Suitbertus. Therefore one of the design’s main intention was to integrate the new building complex into an existing urban situation without rupture in terms of scale and identity which led to a fragmented architectural composition. The southern building facing the main road allows to develop an expressive form and gives a clearly defined identity to the corner situation. Moving north into the central part of the site the building’s organization and design shifts towards the green, park-like courtyard. The residential units are flexible and contemporary with a spacious floor plan. Each unit has at least a balcony/loggia and almost all of them are handicap accessible complying to state building code.

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