© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© Werner Huthmacher Photography
© huber staudt architekten bda
© Werner Huthmacher Photography

Blumen-elementary school and Bernhard-Rose-school, Berlin

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Address
Andreasstraße 50-52 / Singerstraße 87, 10243 Berlin, Germany
Year
2007
Task
Ecological cladding redesign
Gross floor area
4.900 qm
Costs
2,00 Mio EUR
Time
2006-2007
Client
Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg von Berlin
Project-team
Andreas Büttner, Stefania Dziura, Eckardt Falter, Leander Moons, Joachim Staudt, Wolfgang Staudt
Award
BDA Preis Berlin 2009, honourable mention

Two schools of the SK-Berlin prefabrication series from the sixties were provided with new cladding on the long sides, made of extruded aluminium hollow sections, anodised in various colours. A structure of non-bearing delicate lamellas forms the new skin in front of the existing façade. The rear layer of the façade is generated by windows constructed from wooden profiles based on a 1.2 m grid together with the existing concrete slabs. Prominent features of the existing precast slab building remain perceivable. The front faces of the buildings are cladded with large scale composite slabs.

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