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under the bridge
is it even real?
oberhammer
a (siegen) learning space
ivry’s pier
kandylakia
craftmanship & production campus
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extraordinary standards
the collected building
fiktion
documentary of spaces
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embracing uncertainty
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house of desires
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how many rooms you need to live?
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random access memories
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kraft und licht
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atelierhaus
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thilo preuß, clemens urban
kaya liffler, paula scheibke
christian sternhagen
kaya liffler, paula scheibke
matthias walbröl
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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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christian sternhagen, jonathan burkard yannic kohnen
maximilian gömann, paulina kirschke jakob naujack
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lina etzkorn
vitus michel, levin arnold
lina etzkorn
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eva beule, gerda callista, melissa enriquez, katharina glorius, franziska wilkleander lentner, marlene koßmann
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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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parasite
We see the entire urban landscape, in our example that of Hannover, as a potential host for our parasitic structure. We want to provide uncomplicated living space for homeless people and at the same time use our system to point out the larger problem and make the issue visible in the urban space for passers-by, residents and politics.  The remnants of the urban landscape are the livelihood of our temporary parasite. It sneezes its way into lifeless interstitial spaces and lingers until it finds a more attractive host or is forced to "relocate" by external factors. The structural concept is fundamentally based on the idea of prefabricated wooden building elements, which offer several advantages and, above all, enable rational and resource-efficient construction. In addition, it is important for the parasite to allow a smooth, uncomplicated assembly and disassembly! Especially in the cold winter months, we see the benefit of mobile, self-sufficient, parasitic systems that create living space for homeless people. A fast, uncomplicated solution as an answer to the housing shortage in German cities is, in our opinion, a suitable field of application for parasitic structures in architecture.

The modules previously manufactured in the factory, based on a 62.5 extension grid, can be delivered and also connected to the timber support system floor by floor. Due to the typification of the construction principles, the elements can be quickly exchanged and extended. For example, the modules can be removed after a certain time and repaired at the factory. A double floor provides storage space and also serves as a sleeping area. Each module has its own wet room and can accommodate one person.After both supports have been erected, the system scaffold is attached between them. The great advantage of the scaffold is that, on the one hand, it ensures bracing in the longitudinal direction as well as later access, but on the other hand, it also functions as site scaffold for assembly and dismantling.