Frankie & Johnny, Holzer Kobler Architekturen

Fuente: Holzer Kobler Architekturen
Fotografía: Jan Bitler vía europaconcorsi

Compartimos hoy con vosotros el proyecto para una residencia de estudiantes en Berlín por parte del estudio de arquitectura alemán Holzer Kobler Architekturen, en que la solución modular de diversos containes se acondiciona para generar un conjunto de 3 volúmenes unidos entre sí a través de espacios de relación exterior y pasarelas de marcado carácter industrial.

Around 400 modules are stacked onto each other into two long volumes to make up the student dormitory Frankie & Johnny in Berlin Treptow. The differently colored groups of shipping containers shifted slightly towards the outside and inside or turned 90 degrees create a playful architecture that at the same time is metaphoric for the lively and vibrant new form of cooperative living they create.

The High Cube Container 40‘, measuring 12.19 m x 2.90 m, is prefabricated as a modular system. The units can be connected into primarily single, double or triple units. Students can spend time on the seating platforms in the central area between the two parts of the building on the ground floor or chat on the access galleries. The latter communicative in- between zone is a place of meeting and exchange that serves as a common balcony at the same time. The compact building divides the site into two open spaces of different character. In addition to activity and sports areas there is a green oasis of spacious lawn and trees. The café on the ground floor forms the heart and central meeting point of the complex. The name Frankie & Johnny stands for the residents – students from all parts of the globe – who will live together in this one- of-a-kind location in Berlin. 

Año: 2015
Ubicación: Berlín, Alemania

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