Neighbourhood planning

In harmony
with nature


Man-made envi­ron­ments and struc­tures of a mate­ri­al or men­tal natu­re, trans­form homo­ge­neous, bound­less and “natu­ral” space into indi­vi­du­al places with spe­ci­fic cul­tu­ral histo­ry and mea­ning. “Spor­ti­ve” space is dome­sti­ca­ted by archi­tec­tu­re into cul­tu­ral space that expres­ses and deter­mi­nes our beha­viour, thin­king and fee­ling. Archi­tec­tu­ral space media­tes bet­ween the natu­ral and the arti­fi­ci­al, expan­se and con­fi­ne­ment, com­mu­ni­ty and indi­vi­dua­li­ty, past and future. The aim of our archi­tec­tures is to con­ti­nue struc­tu­ral deve­lo­p­ments in the city and in the coun­try­si­de in order to crea­te new, aes­the­tic living space. In harm­o­ny with peo­p­le and nature.

For people and nature

The pre­ser­va­ti­on of the land­scape and natu­ral resour­ces is the cen­tral ele­ment of sus­tainable neigh­bour­hood plan­ning. Urban plan­ners and archi­tects must the­r­e­fo­re deve­lop respon­si­ble con­cepts that pro­tect land resour­ces and redu­ce urban sprawl. Ano­ther fac­tor is the right choice of buil­ding mate­ri­als. Wood, with its natu­ral mate­ria­li­ty, makes a con­vin­cing con­tri­bu­ti­on. It redu­ces the CO₂ emis­si­ons that other­wi­se occur in the indus­tri­al pro­duc­tion of mine­ral buil­ding mate­ri­als. In addi­ti­on, it requi­res less ener­gy to manu­fac­tu­re, pro­longs the car­bon sto­rage in wood and saves fos­sil fuels during dis­po­sal. And: wood blends har­mo­nious­ly into the natu­ral envi­ron­ment of exis­ting open spaces. Sup­ple­men­ted by eco­lo­gi­cal ener­gy con­cepts, this type of buil­ding meets the needs of peo­p­le and the envi­ron­ment in equal measure.


Cross-room utilisation concepts

Our demands on the indi­vi­du­al use of space are incre­asing. At the same time, archi­tec­tu­ral deve­lo­p­ments should streng­then the com­mu­ni­ty and crea­te eco­lo­gi­cal places for peo­p­le and ani­mals. Green cour­ty­ards under­line the cha­rac­ter of intel­li­gent neigh­bour­hood plan­ning by pro­vi­ding exten­ded “living space”. Depen­ding on the loca­ti­on, site and con­cept, they also pro­vi­de a high recrea­tio­nal and mee­ting value for their resi­dents and pro­mo­te inter­ge­ne­ra­tio­nal inter­ac­tion. A place of gathe­ring is crea­ted that has a posi­ti­ve influence on the qua­li­ty of life and ide­al­ly crea­tes seam­less con­nec­tions to exis­ting infrastructures.


Visualisations with effect

Dis­co­ver archi­tec­tures wit­hout being on site yours­elf. Through the inter­ac­tion bet­ween Archi­cad, Twin­mo­ti­on and Pho­to­shop, the diver­se pos­si­bi­li­ties of design archi­tec­tu­re beco­me visi­ble at a glan­ce. Repre­sen­ta­ti­ons of buil­dings, views and sec­tions can be unders­tood more easi­ly and all actors can be actively invol­ved in the design pro­cess. In this way, visi­ons can be deve­lo­ped tog­e­ther in a tar­ge­ted man­ner – from plan­ning to final implementation.

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