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Interstice / Fabi Architekten BDA

© Herbert Stolz
© Herbert Stolz

© Herbert Stolz © Herbert Stolz © Herbert Stolz © Herbert Stolz

© Herbert Stolz
© Herbert Stolz

From the architect. The "Ganghofersiedlung" was built under the National Socialists as "Siedlung Göring-Heim" for the members of the "Messerschmidtwerke" into the 1930 years. The strongly rehabilitation needy settlement houses are under ensemble and protection of historical monuments.

© Herbert Stolz
© Herbert Stolz

To leave the existing house still free, the architect built an transparent and structural supporting glasstransit. Just like a bridge between existing house and new bulidling.

© Herbert Stolz
© Herbert Stolz

The glass joint functions as a visual separation at a simultaneous functional connection. The complete siding of the settlement-house remains of the outside visibly, the building got completely in his proportion.

© Herbert Stolz
© Herbert Stolz

The individual rooms are located with the small rooms and the reduced windows in the existing house. the building extension contrasts with it´s airy, oppend, huge living-,cooking and eating area. There therefore are in small pieces, comfortable areas, and modern, generous living situations immediate besides each other.

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