Architect: TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
Location: Berlin, Germany | View Map
Project Year: 2018
Category: Individual Buildings
这一新的、生动的多功能城市区建立在Berlinfiedrichshain的一个前商业区上。这个建筑群是由四个建筑事务所开发的，占地26000平方米。TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten在Boxhagener Stra?e设计了两个街区。这些建筑是围绕着一个宽敞的公共花园的六个卷集的一部分。
This new vivid mixed-use urban quarter has been established on a former commercial area in BerlinFriedrichshain. The ensemble has been developed by four architectural offices on 26.000 square metres. TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten designed two blocks on the Boxhagener Stra?e. The buildings are part of an ensemble of six volumes surrounding a generous public garden.
Offering residential, retail or medical practice spaces the architectural complex fits into the urban and lively character of the surrounding. As a large-size volume with a dynamic concrete fa?ade the office building on the Boxhagener Stra?e has a symbolic character and attracts attention of the passersby. Made of bright architectural concrete the prefabricated parts of the fa?ade build a vibrant structure which at the same time remains clear and transparent. The sharp design of the corner windows with continuous glass elements emphasizes this vivid character. The stepped storey allowed the architects to implement large-sized terraces with a wide view over the neighbourhood.
The underground parking goes through the building plot (Part A and B). The office building arises on it as a monolithic reinforced concrete construction. The entry sets an accent with a distinctive gate made of American walnut inside a glass frame. Effectively, the size of the door is smaller and corresponds to the human scale. From here a two-story lobby leads to the offices. Each floor has four office sections, which could be merged if required. Additionally, two smaller staircases function as further exploitation and escape routes. While the building has fixed wet cell spaces, the design of the offices can be chosen according to tenants’ wishes – from one-space to open-space.
The building fits the modern demands on cavity floors, chilled ceilings and mechanical ventilation. As the Boxhagener Stra?e has a lot of traffic the ventilation is ensured by an autonomous system, which doesn’t require opening the triple glazed windows. The building is completely handicapped accessible.