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under the bridge
is it even real?
oberhammer
a (siegen) learning space
ivry’s pier
kandylakia
craftmanship & production campus
split
extraordinary standards
the collected building
fiktion
documentary of spaces
ko(r)nversion
embracing uncertainty
who cares?
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triemli+128
house of desires
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how many rooms you need to live?
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fieldstation
neues kösk
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random access memories
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superparkmarkt
archifiktion
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kraft und licht
wandelhalle nord
reconstruct häring
upcyclinghof
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atelierhaus
revitalisierung einer werft
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thilo preuß, clemens urban
kaya liffler, paula scheibke
christian sternhagen
kaya liffler, paula scheibke
matthias walbröl
h. getas, p. lambard, p. bomey
christian sternhagen
a. dardenne, m. leridee, r. kuznicki, a. correia, p. bomey, anna schmitz
mathis bergmann, jonas könig
emily bardenz, finn gredel, kian matine leander lentner
marlene koßmann
dao le
jonathan burkard, marlene koßmannpola machinskafelix schröder kaya liffler, paula scheibke, christian sternhagen, marijke kiparski, alexandra faix, mathis bergmannfinn marcelli
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lilly irmer, sophie kalwa
léopold parras 
johannes zerfass
christian sternhagen, jonathan burkard yannic kohnen
maximilian gömann, paulina kirschke jakob naujack
hannah herrmanncecelia vincent
lina etzkorn
vitus michel, levin arnold
lina etzkorn
lukas frenzel
eva beule, gerda callista, melissa enriquez, katharina glorius, franziska wilkleander lentner, marlene koßmann
malte mittelstädt
jonah burgsteiner, klara schmidt
finn marcelli
marlene koßmann
felix piel
sebastian schaafulrich kneisl, felix schröder kaya liffler, paula scheibke
mathis bergmann
lina etzkorn
felix piel, fabian jäger
jonathan burkard, yannic kohnen
jonas könig, paul stockhausen
joshua delissen
jonathan burkard
dao le, christian sternhagen
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concrete operations 
In the north of Gent, squeezed between a freight yard and a 4-lane traffic road, surrounded by heavy industry and towering out over its surroundings are two high-rise buildings in distress.They were built in 1968 and intended as a constellation of 10 buildings and supporting amenities. A new urban district conceived with all the modernistic intent that was driving housing estate development at the time… Now it stands out as strange bodies in a depleted corner of Gent.

These two buildings on the Afrikalaan in Gent represent a widely spread residential typology in Flanders and beyond: the high-rise buildings from the 1960s and 1970s.Many of these residential towers are now entering a phase of transition: a transition of living quality and a transition of energy. In the tallest of the two buildings there are 224 living units, owned by 220 different owners. A lot of them are in a precarious financial situation and hence lack the means to join in the highly needed transition. 

Therefore, this project takes a closer look into the possibilities as well as boundaries of the structural framework within the social setting. How can a minimal transformation unlock the maximum quality of space?  How can we delete spatial incoherence by adding new elements to the structure? The rigid bulkhead construction becomes fluid through a playful way of exploring new possibilities within a physical model that can be assembled and dismantled. It can be understood as a way of “reverse engineering” – throughout the change of spatial parameters new structures arise creating tension between the old and new. 
The sensible approach encourages to continue and value the existing structure as a physical framework that still left with surprises..