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Community Center in Zimmern / Ecker Architekten

Community Center in Zimmern / Ecker Architekten

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Text description provided by the architects. Built to house cultural events in a town with active club membership, this hall also hosts sporting events and seasonal festivals. A composite use required flexibility, durability, and safety. Seating 500, the project houses a youth club, offices for local officials, and the town doctor. The sectional resolution of the entrance at street level and the main hall four metres below, generates the space. A broad corridor provides access to public facilities, and provides an overview of activities taking place in the hall.

©  Constantin Mayer
©  Constantin Mayer

Stairs terminate both ends of this tribune, connecting the upper and lower levels. Food service, storage, green rooms and mechanical areas are housed beneath the entrance block. Code requires that these rooms receive daylight and fresh air. Concrete sewer culverts mounted at 45 degrees to the foundation walls fulfill environmental requirements and lend a dramatic character to the streetscape. These light cannons are lit for events, signaling activities to the community.

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Address:Zimmern, Germany

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Cite: "Community Center in Zimmern / Ecker Architekten" 24 Aug 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/32716/community-center-in-zimmern-ecker-architekten> ISSN 0719-8884
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Zimmern社区中心 / Ecker Architekten

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