tim fahrner, andreas gruber, josef herzog, christiane harm, andreas hörl, sabrina neuwirth, robert reichkendler, simona schett, michael schafferer
modellbau: die modellbauer
Taking the urban axes into account, the project forms a hybrid state between a classic perimeter development and single volumes. Therefore, public and semi-public spaces varying in shape, size and utilization are created. The generosity of the public spaces continues through the whole development and creates a link between every housing unit and the urban context.
PATHS+ PLACES AXES
The building mass treats its surrounding with respect and enhances the urban sphere.
The distances between each part of the development are chosen to create the best solution for every unit regarding sunlight, view and noise issues.
The building volume splits the site into two superior zones, which are divided into many diverse courtyards, and therefore create a complex public space with many areas varying in terms of privacy. In the bigger picture, these are integrated into the development by connecting them through a system of paths, which act as a filter, leading from one urban situation to another.