KCAP present development vision for the Patrick-Henry-Village (PHV) in Heidelberg, Germany. PHV is the largest conversion area in Heidelberg, set to become a model for the ‘knowledge city of tomorrow‘.
As part of the new transnational tram line crossing the Rhine river from Strasbourg, France into Kehl, Germany, J.MAYER.H designed bus and tram stops in Kehl as sculptural compositions based on organic shaped discs.
Design: Herrmanns Architekten
The curved building for a new kindergarten is to be erected as a wooden structure with a form-work of vertical wood panels.
Design: Falkenberg Innenarchitektur
The House Rheder has become a place of retreat, a building that deliberately withdraws and allows the surrounding landscape to present itself to the full.
Architects: Urban Agency
The Shoe Shelf Store is a new flagship store for stüben fuß & schuh in Neumünster, Germany. The transparent two-story building seamlessly integrates display, façade and urban performance.
Design: Peter Ruge Architekten
Cost-efficient building in the countryside, a detached dacha for a German-Russian family of musicians. Surrounded by lakes and forests on a 6,500 sqm site this is a one-storey wooden cabin with a spacious living, dining and kitchen area.
Design: gmp, architects
Building combines restrained gesture with succinct appearance: the building for the Deutsche Oper am Rhein ballet company was constructed on the historic site of the former Rheinbahn depot ‘am Steinberg’.
Design: Ian Shaw Architekten
Cast in-situ concrete house, dramatically sited on a hillside above Schriesheim, in Baden-Württemberg, southwest Germany. From its elevated position the elemental two-tier building offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
The building interior fit-out was designed by Swiss architecture and design studio Evolution Design, while the building was created by Austrian architecture firm Baumschlager Eberle and executed by Nuremberg architects GP Wirth Architekten.
Architects: Lucem Lichtbeton
The public swimming pool in the Bavarian city Bad Staffelstein is Bavaria’s hottest and strongest saltwater emerging from 1600 m deep drilled spring.
Design: LAVA Architects
LAVA won the international competition to design the new 180-bed youth hostel in Bayreuth, Germany. This followed the development of new architectural guidelines by the Bavarian Youth Hostel Association to redefine their hostels to meet contemporary expectations.