The Wing

Blankenfelde-Mahlow, Germany

City Hall, Blankenfelde-Mahlow
City Hall, Blankenfelde-Mahlow
City Hall, Blankenfelde-Mahlow
City Hall, Blankenfelde-Mahlow


New construction of the town hall

Invited architect competition, 2010


  • Accessibility
  • High quality of stay
  • Creation of an identification point


  • Low primary energy demand (43% under EnEV 2009)
  • Self-shading: high energy-saving potential and reduction of cooling loads
  • Use of rainwater
  • Use of solar collectors


  • Minimization of constructive constraint points
  • Interdisciplinary, transparent communication with everyone involved
  • Efficient use of the area
  • Cooperation with regional experts


approx. 3.850 m²

Design team

Marc Böhnke, Mario Reale, Can Altinsoy, Janine Müller, Anna Weistropp


Schüßler-Plan (structure, traffic), Ebert-Ingenieure (MEP), e2 Energieberatung (energy concept), BSCON Spitthöver Consult (fire prevention)


The property is characterized by its urban location and the surrounding urban space. In particular, the emissions of Karl-Marx-Straße and Bahnstraße should be eliminated. At the same time, a public space for citizens should be created to generate a quality of stay and provide the building with a representative environment. The architecture of the town hall is transparent, bright, light and close to the citizens. The whole building is accessible. The extraordinary low energy demand of the building easily fulfills the requirements of the EnEV 2012 and the EEWärmeG and results in an outstanding „Carbon Footprint“ of only 26 kg CO2/m²a.

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