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  • The property of the Kindergarten Rotbuche is situated among a Berlin mansion estate. Two big common beeches distinguish the site. Regarding to the property’s size, the compact buildings design is orientated by typical mansions. A quadratic base serves the two-storied volume. By using just ca. ¾ of this floor area for the actual building, the […]


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  • In the bottom of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta outside the city it is found Timayui a place with high poverty and few opportunities. This project encourages and develops children, social inclusion is a challenge as well as activating new forms of use, ownership and pride in the communities. The building is conceived as […]


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The evangelistic Churchcomunity Berlin Bohnsdorf-Grünau provided a plot at the corner of Neptun Street to Schulzendorfer Street in Berlin, Germany. The plots level is even and partly settled with big trees. The border to the Neptun Street is marked by a small hill which is surrounded by trees. The architectonic concept relies on the base […]


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