Ville Campus Erftstadt

Erftstadt, Germany

In Erftstadt the ecological educational campus Ville Campus Erftstadt in Holzbau is being built
In Erftstadt the ecological educational campus Ville Campus Erftstadt in timber construction is being built
In Erftstadt the ecological educational campus Ville Campus Erftstadt in Holzbau is being built
In Erftstadt the ecological educational campus Ville Campus Erftstadt in Holzbau is being built
In Erftstadt the ecological educational campus Ville Campus Erftstadt in timber construction is being built
In Erftstadt the ecological educational campus Ville Campus Erftstadt in Holzbau is being built

Project

Ecological education campus with student housing

Planned after the cradle to cradle®-principle

ethical

  • Greened, semi-public courtyards provide space for interaction and activities
  • Central campus square with public functions and communication areas
  • Two residential buildings for student housing
  • Social added value: low construction site emissions due to elementization and high degrees of prefabrication

ecological

  • The new campus building is being constructed in wood and wood-hybrid construction
  • The wood and wood-hybrid construction method will permanently retain a total of approx. 8,000 t CO2 in the circular campus building
  • Follows the cradle to cradle®-principle
  • The open spaces between the individual buildings are designed as forest passages with generous planting areas that create a microclimate
  • Low tech instead of high tech
  • Natural ventilation and ventilation
  • Use of photovoltaics
  • Roof greening
  • The buildings are aligned according to the sun's course and allow for a minimization of the cooling load
  • The green open spaces on the campus area promote biodiversity and offer a variety of habitats for animals and recreation areas for people
  • Rainwater retention and infiltration on the education campus
  • Fossil-free energy concept

efficient

  • The wooden modules for the apartments are completely manufactured in the factory and are time efficient in production
  • Due to the comprehensive energy concept of the building ensemble, the EnEV is undercut by 45%
  • Climate-neutral and low-cost wood and wood-hybrid construction
  • Transport distances are minimized by local supply chains

GFA

approx. 30.200 m²

Design team

Marc Böhnke, Mario Reale, Cordula Schneider, Lisa Schirk, Rüdiger Becker

Planer

bloomimages (visualization), greenbox (landscape design), BSCON (fire prevention), Kempen Krause Ingenieure (structure), EcoTec (MEP), e2 (construction physics)

Info

530 apartments for students in timber modular construction and a timber hybrid building with seminar rooms will be built in Erftstadt. The Ville Campus Erftstadt stands for an exemplary ecological approach and a holistic planning approach with the goal of creating a new future-oriented place for the people and the environment of the city of Erftstadt. The educational campus is an ecological and barrier-free building ensemble according to the Cradle to Cradle® concept. The multi-story wood hybrid building can be used flexibly and is intended for educational, research and/or development facilities. Two multi-story residential buildings are planned in sustainable timber modular construction. The building ensemble in wood, as well as the biodiversity-promoting open space concept with rainwater retention and infiltration by the landscape architects Greenbox, will create a sustainable and ecological beacon project for the city of Erftstadt at this location.

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