Zauberberg makes children’s eyes shineConstruction time: 18 months Year of construction: 2020–2021
Private school with innovative technology and sophisticated lookCustomer: SBG EBS GmbH & Co. KG, Neckarsulm
Capacity of 100 childrenCustomer: Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall
Assisted living and care in sophisticated surroundingsCustomer: Münchenstift GmbH
The new "Effnerstraße" nursing home building was constructed in the north of Munich, on the site of a former retirement home.
The planning concept envisaged "four buildings", which are grouped together by a "clasp." The positioning of the buildings resulted in three courtyards, which serve for deliveries on one side and they are framed by green spaces on the other.
The interior is functionally divided into group homes for 11 to 14 residents in accordance with the care concept. Each group consists of up to 12 care rooms with shared kitchens and care areas, group rooms and functional rooms. The resulting character is that of a residential community. The nursing home is designed for up to 225 residents.
The building was constructed with reinforced concrete skeleton construction of floors, columns and structural walls. The partition walls were created in plasterboard frame construction. In some cases, suspended ceilings were used to cover installations and as sound attenuation measures.
The facades were fitted with an insulation system and were designed according to the "four buildings" concept. Conservatories on the west side, the use of different sun protection devices and the color scheme combine to give the facades luster and to break up the building formation artistically.
Our services included the complete construction planning, including static and building services.
New areas for students and teachersCustomer: The city of Marbach am Neckar