0202 Terrassenhaus Berlin / Lobe Block:
Atelier and Exhibition Space
Lobe Block/ Olivia Reynolds & Elke Falat
Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon / Muck Petzet Architekten
Sarina Arnold, Luise Angelmaier, Tünde Bognar, Korbinian Luderböck, Callum McGregor, Duy An Tran, Wolfram Winter
concept / consultant: Sylvie Krüger textile spaces
The Terrassenhaus congregates different public and private uses: Co-working spaces, a café, a yoga studio as well as exhibition spaces and ateliers of different sizes. The building almost entirely covers the building site. Its form has maximized green spaces through the creation of terraces and roof gardens. The terraces are connected with stairs, creating the vertical distribution and fire escape system. All units can be independently accessed from the outside, thus creating addresses for the users and also enabling different mixtures of working and living as well as private and public functions. The interior structure of the building is very basic in order to be flexible and open for different uses and interiors over time. Two vertical shafts contain elevators, the technical systems and a bathroom for each of the 4 units per floor. The elevators connect the units directly to the street. These vertical cores contain connections for additional installations like kitchens or sanitary facilities. This means the interiors can be arranged by the different users in complete freedom.
Moreover, the users can enjoy and participate in the different aspects and community facilities the building offers, ranging from roof gardens to guest ateliers or a rooftop sauna.
Muck Petzet Architekten
Architekt BDA Dipl.-Ing. Muck Petzet
D - 80336 Munich
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