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The idea of the design is based on the aspiration to create buildings that are in dialogue with the surrounding district. This dialogue is being established by interconnection and a sense of openness. The design is defined by a relief-like pattern and structural elements.The spacious colonnade along the Dreiecksplatz is a major design element connecting the buildings with its surroundings. Public spaces like retail and restaurants are located on the ground-floor along the square and Heidestraße to create a connection to the oudoor space.The building structure is based on a load-bearing grid of columns with a distance of 3,90 meters and continuous floorslabs. Those two basic principles are visible in the facade.Different types of facade elements are being used to fill the grid. Those facade elements are defined by the building typology (apartments, office, boarding house) and the designated use of the space behind the facade (bedroom, living room, loggia).The facade of the upper floors is defined by the grid and a relief-like three-dimensionality. All solid paneels of the facade are slightly turned inwards along a vertical axis like a slighltly opened door, giving the facade an inviting and open feel.

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The modular design concept of the buildings is being continued with the modular design of the apartments.

Programm / Program: Wohnen + Büro + Boarding House + Einzelhandel + GastronomieFläche / Area: 42.000 m²Wettbewerb, 1.Preis / Competition, First Place Auftraggeber / Client: Quartier Heidestraße GmbHBaubeginn / Construction: 2019

The idea of the design is based on the aspiration to create buildings that are in dialogue with the surrounding district. This dialogue is being established by interconnection and a sense of openness. The design is defined by a relief-like pattern and structural elements.

The spacious colonnade along the Dreiecksplatz is a major design element connecting the buildings with its surroundings. Public spaces like retail and restaurants are located on the ground-floor along the square and Heidestraße to create a connection to the oudoor space.

The building structure is based on a load-bearing grid of columns with a distance of 3,90 meters and continuous floorslabs. Those two basic principles are visible in the facade.

Different types of facade elements are being used to fill the grid. Those facade elements are defined by the building typology (apartments, office, boarding house) and the designated use of the space behind the facade (bedroom, living room, loggia).

The facade of the upper floors is defined by the grid and a relief-like three-dimensionality. All solid paneels of the facade are slightly turned inwards along a vertical axis like a slighltly opened door, giving the facade an inviting and open feel.

The modular design concept of the buildings is being continued with the modular design of the apartments.

Programm / Program: 
Wohnen + Büro + Boarding House + Einzelhandel + Gastronomie

Fläche / Area: 
42.000 m²

Wettbewerb, 1.Preis / Competition, First Place 

Auftraggeber / Client: 
Quartier Heidestraße GmbH

Baubeginn / Construction: 2019

Residential Quarter Heidestraße
© monokrom
Residential

Two historic, industrial buildings, constructed in 1907 and 1925, are situated in close proximity to the river Spree and the Schloss Charlottenburg. The buildings have been abandoned for many years and its revitalisation includes the reconstruction, expansion and conversion into 57 high-quality loft units with approx. 7.000 sqm living space. The large variety of apartment types results in a balanced mixture of inhabitants with different social backgrounds and in various phases of life.The existing buildings that are setback from the street will be restored and the facade with its symmetry will be reconstructed. Two new buildings will extend the historic structure symmetrical on both sides.The ensemble encompasses a courtyard that opens to the street and the river beyond, so the historic buildings are being exposed to the public in order to experience the history of the site as a former production facility. A subterranean garage with 26 parking spaces is located underneath the courtyard. The two new buildings along the street complete the surrounding streetblock in a subtle manner. By partial demolition of the existing building along the western property line the courtyard of the adjacent building will be enlarged thus improving the indoor environmental quality and the natural lighting of the neighboring apartments.Green, open community space, private gardens for the ground floor townhouses as well as spacious, green roof terraces offer the inhabitants additional space for recreation.

Programm / Program: Wohnen / ResidentialFläche / Area: 7.000 m²Auftraggeber / Client: H‘Group, Spreelofts GmbH, München2016

Two historic, industrial buildings, constructed in 1907 and 1925, are situated in close proximity to the river Spree and the Schloss Charlottenburg. The buildings have been abandoned for many years and its revitalisation includes the reconstruction, expansion and conversion into 57 high-quality loft units with approx. 7.000 sqm living space. The large variety of apartment types results in a balanced mixture of inhabitants with different social backgrounds and in various phases of life.

The existing buildings that are setback from the street will be restored and the facade with its symmetry will be reconstructed. Two new buildings will extend the historic structure symmetrical on both sides.

The ensemble encompasses a courtyard that opens to the street and the river beyond, so the historic buildings are being exposed to the public in order to experience the history of the site as a former production facility. A subterranean garage with 26 parking spaces is located underneath the courtyard. The two new buildings along the street complete the surrounding streetblock in a subtle manner. By partial demolition of the existing building along the western property line the courtyard of the adjacent building will be enlarged thus improving the indoor environmental quality and the natural lighting of the neighboring apartments.

Green, open community space, private gardens for the ground floor townhouses as well as spacious, green roof terraces offer the inhabitants additional space for recreation.

Programm / Program:
Wohnen / Residential

Fläche / Area:
7.000 m²

Auftraggeber / Client:
H‘Group, Spreelofts GmbH, München

2016

Spreelofts
© Jan Bitter
Residential

For the first large project at Alexanderplatz six teams of architects were involved in a competition for a multi-functional building complex. In particular, solutions were sought for the shopping and entertainment centre - from a functional aspect, a closed box of approx. 250 x 100 meters - with a design compatible to this inner city site.For the project’s basic design concept we folded the external envelope and developed a fractal geometry, recalling the line of the historical moat and city wall. This approach, using a structure assembled from triangular elements, created the architectural form and was at the same time an efficient load-bearing structure for the 150 m office and residential tower. In the rear part of the site, on a new city square, we planned a smaller high-rise building with hotel and flats.

Programm / Program:Büro + Wohnen + Hotel + Einzelhandel / Office + Residential + Hotel + RetailFläche / Area: 158.500 m²Auftraggeber / Client: Sonae Immobilaria, Lisbon2003 

For the first large project at Alexanderplatz six teams of architects were involved in a competition for a multi-functional building complex. In particular, solutions were sought for the shopping and entertainment centre - from a functional aspect, a closed box of approx. 250 x 100 meters - with a design compatible to this inner city site.

For the project’s basic design concept we folded the external envelope and developed a fractal geometry, recalling the line of the historical moat and city wall. This approach, using a structure assembled from triangular elements, created the architectural form and was at the same time an efficient load-bearing structure for the 150 m office and residential tower. In the rear part of the site, on a new city square, we planned a smaller high-rise building with hotel and flats.

Programm / Program:

Büro + Wohnen + Hotel + Einzelhandel / Office + Residential + Hotel + Retail

Fläche / Area: 

158.500 m²

Auftraggeber / Client: 

Sonae Immobilaria, Lisbon

2003

 

Sonae Immobilaria
© archimation
Residential

On the currently still commercial property in Munichs Englschalking district, CollignonArchitecture is planning four new residential buildings with a total of 160 partially subsidized apartments. Located between the railway line, Barlowstraße and Brodersenstrasse, here an attractive new residential address is created on the eastern edge of the district, which provides superior residential quality.In the single-stage, restricted competition, Collignon's design convinced with its soft, rounded building bodies, which blend harmoniously into the surrounding small-scale development structure. The facades of the four future buildings show a free game of open and closed parts in different colours. They seem easy and playful and add an identity-forming, charismatic face to the building ensemble.Attractive and versatile floor plans feature the flat cuts for individual needs. The apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows in spacious living areas all open to the sun. The larger apartments also have additional benefits – either an additional dining area, pantry, closet, storeroom or a large bathroom.The park-like space around the new residential buildings with dense trees shields them from the railway track and reduces the noise of the city together with the sound-isolating glass wall to a minimum. All apartments of the upper floors comprise loggias for an even 'greener' living, the ground floor apartments all have private gardens. The spacious open areas affect into the apartments.In contrast, the public open spaces in the area along the Barlowstrasse and the Brodersenstrasse preserve the character of light tree groves. Under the high-setting crowns of loosely distributed large trees play and sports areas for older children and lounges can be found for the residents. Play areas for small children are being placed relating to the private green between the new buildings.   

Bauherr / Client: H’Group MünchenFläche/Area: 15.000 m²Wettbewerb / Competition, 1. Preis / First place2015 

On the currently still commercial property in Munichs Englschalking district, CollignonArchitecture is planning four new residential buildings with a total of 160 partially subsidized apartments. Located between the railway line, Barlowstraße and Brodersenstrasse, here an attractive new residential address is created on the eastern edge of the district, which provides superior residential quality.

In the single-stage, restricted competition, Collignon's design convinced with its soft, rounded building bodies, which blend harmoniously into the surrounding small-scale development structure. The facades of the four future buildings show a free game of open and closed parts in different colours. They seem easy and playful and add an identity-forming, charismatic face to the building ensemble.

Attractive and versatile floor plans feature the flat cuts for individual needs. The apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows in spacious living areas all open to the sun. The larger apartments also have additional benefits – either an additional dining area, pantry, closet, storeroom or a large bathroom.

The park-like space around the new residential buildings with dense trees shields them from the railway track and reduces the noise of the city together with the sound-isolating glass wall to a minimum. All apartments of the upper floors comprise loggias for an even 'greener' living, the ground floor apartments all have private gardens. The spacious open areas affect into the apartments.

In contrast, the public open spaces in the area along the Barlowstrasse and the Brodersenstrasse preserve the character of light tree groves. Under the high-setting crowns of loosely distributed large trees play and sports areas for older children and lounges can be found for the residents. Play areas for small children are being placed relating to the private green between the new buildings.

 

 

 

Bauherr / Client:
H’Group München

Fläche/Area:
15.000 

Wettbewerb / Competition, 1. Preis / First place

2015

 

Residential Quarter Barlowstraße
© Architekturvisualisierung Nadine Kuhn
Residential

A new hotel and residential building ensemble is to be built in one of the most attractive Berlin inner city locations, immediately on the North Bank of the river Spree, between Schillingbrücke and Oberbaumbrücke and adjacent to the famous East Side Gallery. Our design refers to the urban development of the surrounding flat buildings as well as to the planned high-rise buildings of the newly planned district at Postbahnhof and Mühlenstraße.HotelThe hotel building (162 rooms and 92 suites) parallel to the Stralauer Platz assumes a prominent role in the newly designed building complex. Playful changing window elements and the backlit frosted glass band result in a varied façade. At the East Side Park, an attractive new town square is created with an outside Café associated with the hotel. The recessed plaza maintains a respectful distance to the historic hinterland wall, wraps them at the same time and allows the hotel guests exclusive prospect. The reception and breakfast area, café and a bar are located in the spacious ground floor area.ResidentialTwo 8-storey building blocks running down to the river Spree as well as a partly attached 12-storey tower standing across it, are planned as residential buildings. Together, they offer space for 305 apartments. In between is a large, green living garden. Generously arranged trees, magnolias, bushes and lawns between the two buildings create a private area with high recreation quality. The outdoor areas are delineated from the waterfront by ground leaps. From each apartment one can look directly on the water or in the park. Laterally offset windows determine the design, however the flat façade of the hotel receives a different shape than the houses. All windows of the building Ensemble "stand" on balcony- or loggia plates or on window sills. This basic concept is related, but varies lively on the location and function of the facade.

Programm / Program:Hotel + Wohnen  / Hotel + Residential Fläche / Area:36.000 m²Auftraggeber / Client:JUWI 3 Immobilien GmbH2014

A new hotel and residential building ensemble is to be built in one of the most attractive Berlin inner city locations, immediately on the North Bank of the river Spree, between Schillingbrücke and Oberbaumbrücke and adjacent to the famous East Side Gallery. Our design refers to the urban development of the surrounding flat buildings as well as to the planned high-rise buildings of the newly planned district at Postbahnhof and Mühlenstraße.

Hotel
The hotel building (162 rooms and 92 suites) parallel to the Stralauer Platz assumes a prominent role in the newly designed building complex. Playful changing window elements and the backlit frosted glass band result in a varied façade. At the East Side Park, an attractive new town square is created with an outside Café associated with the hotel. The recessed plaza maintains a respectful distance to the historic hinterland wall, wraps them at the same time and allows the hotel guests exclusive prospect. The reception and breakfast area, café and a bar are located in the spacious ground floor area.

Residential
Two 8-storey building blocks running down to the river Spree as well as a partly attached 12-storey tower standing across it, are planned as residential buildings. Together, they offer space for 305 apartments. In between is a large, green living garden. Generously arranged trees, magnolias, bushes and lawns between the two buildings create a private area with high recreation quality. The outdoor areas are delineated from the waterfront by ground leaps. From each apartment one can look directly on the water or in the park. Laterally offset windows determine the design, however the flat façade of the hotel receives a different shape than the houses. All windows of the building Ensemble "stand" on balcony- or loggia plates or on window sills. This basic concept is related, but varies lively on the location and function of the facade.

Programm / Program:
Hotel + Wohnen  / Hotel + Residential 

Fläche / Area:
36.000 m²

Auftraggeber / Client:
JUWI 3 Immobilien GmbH

2014

Stralauer Platz
© CollignonArchitektur
Residential

The project area north of the Bautzener Strasse in Berlin Schöneberg is positioned between late nineteenth century buildings and a large, partly obsolete area of rail tracks. It profits from a large amount of green spaces and parks as well as from wide spaces and long views over the railway land – quite untypical for an inner city location.Our master plan picks up these qualities and improves the surrounding area with a new spatial and aesthetic design. It contains primarily residential use with commercial areas at ground level and first floors. The masterplan refers to the typology of the neighbouring buildings, adopting similar heights, courtyards and the rugged block structure. The design is characterized by an interaction with the buildings south of Bautzener Strasse, their building volumes and public place situations on both sides of the road.This results in varied but orderly arranged urban spaces. The building masses are designed to enable a variety of views through the development into the open space. Thus the extend of public space can be experienced and a smooth transition from the densely populated urban areas to the undeveloped spaces. The attractiveness of the new quarter is increased by the adjacent park, and its integration into the designed area.In December 2015 the project was awarded the DGNB Platinum pre-certificate for its excellent ecological concept. Thus, it is now the highest rated new-built sustainable quarter in Germany.  

Programm / Program: Wohnen / Residential, Gewerbe / CommercialFläche / Area: 50.000 m²Bauherr / Client: Dr. Wolfgang Schröder GmbHUnder constructionCompletion approximately 2017

The project area north of the Bautzener Strasse in Berlin Schöneberg is positioned between late nineteenth century buildings and a large, partly obsolete area of rail tracks. It profits from a large amount of green spaces and parks as well as from wide spaces and long views over the railway land – quite untypical for an inner city location.

Our master plan picks up these qualities and improves the surrounding area with a new spatial and aesthetic design. It contains primarily residential use with commercial areas at ground level and first floors. The masterplan refers to the typology of the neighbouring buildings, adopting similar heights, courtyards and the rugged block structure. The design is characterized by an interaction with the buildings south of Bautzener Strasse, their building volumes and public place situations on both sides of the road.

This results in varied but orderly arranged urban spaces. The building masses are designed to enable a variety of views through the development into the open space. Thus the extend of public space can be experienced and a smooth transition from the densely populated urban areas to the undeveloped spaces. The attractiveness of the new quarter is increased by the adjacent park, and its integration into the designed area.

In December 2015 the project was awarded the DGNB Platinum pre-certificate for its excellent ecological concept. Thus, it is now the highest rated new-built sustainable quarter in Germany. 

 

Programm / Program:
Wohnen / Residential, Gewerbe / Commercial

Fläche / Area:
50.000 m²

Bauherr / Client:
Dr. Wolfgang Schröder GmbH

Under construction

Completion approximately 2017

Residential Quarter Bautzener Straße
© Architekturvisualisierung Nadine Kuhn
Residential

The urban surrounding is characterized by a large-scale architecture with prefabricated facades from the former socialist origin. These express a machine-like anonymity.Our design creates a differentiated architecture, a cozy heart found in the middle of the urban area. The main building refers in its dimension to the neighbouring urban development. Its division into four basic units and the lively design language with a warm mineral facade material gives the building a differentiated small-scale character that exudes individuality. The architecture expresses the diversity of homes and the people living therein.The lively structuring of the facade creates differing spacial qualities to apartments with a fundamentally identical plan – depending on their location in the building. With limited means, we ensure that there are only few identical apartments in the building.A variety of living and working unit sizes and layouts can be modeled within the system. The system is designed to always allow an optimum plan layout. The interior is flexible and can be adapted to different needs. This can be very useful In the design and marketing phase of rental housing.

Programm / Program: Wohnen + Einzelhandel / Residential + RetailFläche / Area: 9.600 m²Auftraggeber / Client: bauart zweite Beteiligungs GmbH & Co. Georgekirchstr. KG2011

The urban surrounding is characterized by a large-scale architecture with prefabricated facades from the former socialist origin. These express a machine-like anonymity.

Our design creates a differentiated architecture, a cozy heart found in the middle of the urban area. The main building refers in its dimension to the neighbouring urban development. Its division into four basic units and the lively design language with a warm mineral facade material gives the building a differentiated small-scale character that exudes individuality. The architecture expresses the diversity of homes and the people living therein.

The lively structuring of the facade creates differing spacial qualities to apartments with a fundamentally identical plan – depending on their location in the building. With limited means, we ensure that there are only few identical apartments in the building.

A variety of living and working unit sizes and layouts can be modeled within the system. The system is designed to always allow an optimum plan layout. The interior is flexible and can be adapted to different needs. This can be very useful In the design and marketing phase of rental housing.

Programm / Program:
Wohnen + Einzelhandel / Residential + Retail

Fläche / Area:
9.600 m²

Auftraggeber / Client:
bauart zweite Beteiligungs GmbH & Co. Georgekirchstr. KG

2011

Living at Alexanderplatz
© CollignonArchitektur
Residential

Near central Alexanderplatz a new residential quarter is planned, comprising 402 student apartments, administration office, a private kindergarten and retail.The 12-storey building contains retail usage on the entire ground floor with a supermarket and a bakery with a café of total 1.250 m2 sales space. Also on ground level are two entrances to the residential area, access to the daycare facilities on second floor as well as access to the underground parking. From second to 11th floor the student apartments are located, with two setback storeys on top of the building. On the rooftop of the supermarket and at the second backyard there are recreative spaces for the daycare children. Underground there is a bike parking space for each apartment.The general size of the apartments are 25 m2, many of them also have balconies. In the two setback stories on top there are altogether 39 apartments, some of them larger and equipped with an additional roof terrace. All of the apartments have natural ventilation and lightning.The design of the building refers strongly to its surrounding – large-scale, powerful buildings with simple but present façades.

Programm / Program: Wohnen + Gewerbe / Residential + CommercialFläche / Area: 20.673 m2Bauherr / Client: Lambert Wohnbau GmbH2015

Near central Alexanderplatz a new residential quarter is planned, comprising 402 student apartments, administration office, a private kindergarten and retail.

The 12-storey building contains retail usage on the entire ground floor with a supermarket and a bakery with a café of total 1.250 m2 sales space. Also on ground level are two entrances to the residential area, access to the daycare facilities on second floor as well as access to the underground parking. From second to 11th floor the student apartments are located, with two setback storeys on top of the building. On the rooftop of the supermarket and at the second backyard there are recreative spaces for the daycare children. Underground there is a bike parking space for each apartment.

The general size of the apartments are 25 m2, many of them also have balconies. In the two setback stories on top there are altogether 39 apartments, some of them larger and equipped with an additional roof terrace. All of the apartments have natural ventilation and lightning.

The design of the building refers strongly to its surrounding – large-scale, powerful buildings with simple but present façades.

Programm / Program:
Wohnen + Gewerbe / Residential + Commercial

Fläche / Area:
20.673 m2

Bauherr / Client:
Lambert Wohnbau GmbH

2015

Residential Quarter Alexanderplatz STUDIO B
© Jan Bitter
Residential

Competition by invitation The idea of the "block corner" was newly defined here. A diagonal slit 2,25 m wide penetrates the residential, shop and office block, creating a conceptional division of the building into two converging parts. Accentuated by the cantilevered bay it also forms the main entrance, with straight stairs and a lift which is glazed on the courtyard side. The proportions, the grey Florentine sandstone, the colour composition and the stringent design details lend the building its elegant and fresh overall impression. The rather closed street frontage contrasts with the courtyard facade, which is open to the south and west and boasts generous balconies.The building comprises 6 office units, 48 owner-occupied apartments, 2 shops and 22 parking spaces, and was honored by the capital investment magazine "Cash" with "The golden square centimetre" prize.

Programm / Program: Wohnen / ResidentialFläche / Area: 5.055 m²Auftraggeber / Client: BEKO Projekt GmbH1998

Competition by invitation
The idea of the "block corner" was newly defined here. A diagonal slit 2,25 m wide penetrates the residential, shop and office block, creating a conceptional division of the building into two converging parts. Accentuated by the cantilevered bay it also forms the main entrance, with straight stairs and a lift which is glazed on the courtyard side. The proportions, the grey Florentine sandstone, the colour composition and the stringent design details lend the building its elegant and fresh overall impression. The rather closed street frontage contrasts with the courtyard facade, which is open to the south and west and boasts generous balconies.

The building comprises 6 office units, 48 owner-occupied apartments, 2 shops and 22 parking spaces, and was honored by the capital investment magazine "Cash" with "The golden square centimetre" prize.

Programm / Program:
Wohnen / Residential

Fläche / Area:
5.055 m²

Auftraggeber / Client:
BEKO Projekt GmbH

1998

West City Apart Kantstrasse
© Ralf Grömminger
Residential

The densely positioned residential and commercial buildings in dialogue with the large open spaces are aimed to be perceived with a feeling of cosmopolitan urbanity - without loosing the local identity. By creating and applying an individually developed design strategy the prominently located site will become an integrated part of the upper city of Almaty.The design concept development is based on the private plaza idea - a confined and protected urban space which functions as a common ground for residents and their visitors. Clearly separated from commercial and public areas or traffic the plaza provides a safe space for kids to play, parents to meet and generations to communicate. Lots of green in a well structured open space should create a good atmosphere with many different niches for various private occasions. The private plaza being a space for grouping and communicating individuals, the residential towers should transport the same philosophy: Individuals and families who share a modern cosmopolitan attitude are living in a residential tower environment which is united in the overall architectural mannerism, yet differ slightly in appearance towards each other to create a human and not standardized surrounding.

In cooperation with Coordination, BerlinProgramm / Program: Wohnen + Einzelhandel / Residential + RetailFläche / Area:165.000 m² Auftraggeber / Client: Global Building Contract, Almaty / Coordination, Berlin 2013

The densely positioned residential and commercial buildings in dialogue with the large open spaces are aimed to be perceived with a feeling of cosmopolitan urbanity - without loosing the local identity. By creating and applying an individually developed design strategy the prominently located site will become an integrated part of the upper city of Almaty.

The design concept development is based on the private plaza idea - a confined and protected urban space which functions as a common ground for residents and their visitors. Clearly separated from commercial and public areas or traffic the plaza provides a safe space for kids to play, parents to meet and generations to communicate. Lots of green in a well structured open space should create a good atmosphere with many different niches for various private occasions. The private plaza being a space for grouping and communicating individuals, the residential towers should transport the same philosophy: Individuals and families who share a modern cosmopolitan attitude are living in a residential tower environment which is united in the overall architectural mannerism, yet differ slightly in appearance towards each other to create a human and not standardized surrounding.

In cooperation with Coordination, Berlin

Programm / Program:
Wohnen + Einzelhandel / Residential + Retail

Fläche / Area:
165.000 m²

Auftraggeber / Client:
Global Building Contract, Almaty / Coordination, Berlin

2013

AFD Plaza
© CollignonArchitektur

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