Man-made environments and structures of a material or mental nature, transform homogeneous, boundless and “natural” space into individual places with a particular cultural history and meaning. “Sporting” space is domesticated by architecture into cultural space that expresses and determines our behaviour, thinking and feeling. Architectural space mediates between natural and artificial, wide and narrow, communal and individual, past and future. The aim of our architecture 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 conservation of the landscape and natural resources is the key component of sustainable neighbourhood planning. Urban planners and architects must therefore develop responsible concepts that protect soil resources and reduce urban sprawl. Added to this 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, less energy is required during production, the carbon storage in the wood is extended and fossil fuels are saved during disposal. What’s more, 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 inner courtyards underline the character of intelligent neighbourhood planning by enabling 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.
Discovering architectures without being on site yourself. The interaction between Archicad, Twinmotion and Photoshop software allows the diverse possibilities of design architecture to become visible at a glance. Representations of buildings, views and sections can be understood more easily and all stakeholders 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.