das ist doch gemein!
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?
zwischenhaus
concrete operations
triemli+128
house of desires
leipziger allerlei
parasite
zeitdokument
data center
how many rooms you need to live?
anonynums sculture
fieldstation
neues kösk
on what a shodow falls
post auto mobile
random access memories
panorama
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kosmos der dinge
superparkmarkt
archifiktion
herberge am grimselpass
kraft und licht
wandelhalle nord
reconstruct häring
upcyclinghof
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big mix
atelierhaus
revitalisierung einer werft
bauteildepot
sml
faust III
bauteil bahnhof

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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
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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
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jonathan burkard
dao le, christian sternhagen
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how many rooms you need to live?
Aachen urgently needs more affordable housing. To create this and make it available in the long term, land must be acquired and developed o na non-profit basis. The available land is scarce. Therefore, concrete solutions must be designed now. These homes must be able to accommodate a variety of people and lifestyles. This work negotiates between guidelines & needs & between doors & walls. The result is a porous spatial structure, a house with many rooms of the same size waiting to be inhabited. The project aims to find answers to many questions, including:

How can we use the last vacant lots of our cities to create socially appropriate housing?
Which principles should socially appropriate housing follow?
Are the current laws & regulations on social housing reasonable or do they inhibit the design of good living spaces?
Which changes should be made to these regulations that might aid in the creation of more good housing for the many?

The answers are given through the design, set on a vacant lot on a busy commuter-street, and a booklet of theses on how to built & preserve socially just housing. The floorpan consists of many rooms of almost equal size. Each flat has a base-set of rooms an entrance & kitchen, a central communal room & a bathroom. Depending on how many people inhabit the flat, the equivalent number of rooms are added, while always remaining in the given spatial limitations of the regional guidelines.
These rooms are not given a specific function but can rather be inhabited as needed, encouraging different ways of living together. Every wall has an opening so that the entire floor could be connected. This porous structure is filled with either doors or panels - connecting or closing off rooms. According to changing family structures throughout the inhabitants ́ lifetimes their flat can grow and shrink with them, given that their neighbors change as well. Otherwise, the homogeneous structure encourages swapping flats, too.