Cha­rak­te­ris­tik: Condominiums


Climate-neutral new housing estate Freiburg Dietenbach

79111 Freiburg-Dietenbach: one of the largest new development areas in Germany is being built on 110 hectares for 6,900 apartments. The intention is to create living space for 15,000 residents. Six new neighborhoods are to be developed in Freiburg's west along the Dietenbach as a climate-neutral and colorful district with short distances, open spaces, schools, sports facilities, daycare centers and shopping opportunities. It should be possible to move into the first apartments around 2025/2026. Completion: ~2035


Haveneiland East and West in Amsterdam

NL - 1087 Amsterdam: Haveneiland is the eastern and western part of the newest district "IJburg" in the east of Amsterdam. It was developed in the course of the Dutch housing development programme "VINEX "*. "Haveneiland", as well as "Steigereiland" and "Rieteilanden", was built on an artificially washed up island. Completion: ~2018


Arcadia Winnenden

Photo: JEA, Tübingen71364 Winnenden: 129 residential units in multi-family houses, chain houses, terraced houses and single-family houses on a conversion site (approx. 3.4 ha) close to the city centre, a former industrial wasteland, the new ecologically sustainable quarter was created. The focal points of the concept are an economical development, a central lake also for rainwater retention, a detailed surface and green concept, as well as a Mediterranean colour concept. Completion: 2011


KOKONI ONE housing estate (formerly "Gut Buchholz") in Berlin-Pankow

13127 Berlin-Pankow: On a 23,000 sqm site in Pankow-Französisch Buchholz, a housing estate with 83 residential units with a total living space of approx. 12,000 sqm plus a community house will be built. Mainly renewable and healthy building materials such as wood, loam and straw with a positive CO2 balance will be used. Composite materials will generally be avoided. In the centre of the settlement there is an orchard with a community house. The heat and electricity generation in the settlement is fossil-free. Completion (planned): 2022


Art Nouveau and Wilhelminian Quarter in Bonn

53113 Bonn: Together with the Weststadt, Bonn's Südstadt is considered the largest contiguous (and preserved) Gründerzeit quarter in Germany. Bonn-Bad Godesberg also has a large contiguous Gründerzeit quarter. Due to the mixture of uses, these quarters are regarded as the urban prototype of the "city of short distances". Furthermore, the building density helps to create inexpensive living space and reuse-friendly floor plans often allow the buildings to be used for well over 100 years. Completion: 1914


Quartier WIR in Berlin Weißensee

Fig.: Deimel Oelschläger Architects

13088 Berlin: In the WIR quarter, a total of around 12,400 sqm of usable space was created with 113 apartments as cooperative rental apartments (BeGeno16) and as condominiums (UTB Projektmanagement GmbH), as well as 9 commercial units and common areas (BeGeno16). Completion: 2020


WEG "Am Rundling

dream of life12487 Berlin-Johannisthal: 20 houses with 22 residential units (KfW 40-60) for 70 small and large people, ecological housing project. Number of parking spaces: 0.3 PkWs/WE, 100 m² solar collectors (50 kW), 23 kW photovoltaic system, 99 kW wood pellet system (with exhaust gas heat exchanger, downstream flue gas scrubber and condensate heat exchanger), 600 m³ grey water system, completion: 2007


Harckesheyde residential park

22844 Norderstedt: 36 terraced houses in low-energy construction, all roofs are completely greened, combined heat and power plant. Completion: ~2002


Allmende Wulfsdorf

22926 AhrensburgSite area: 6.4 ha; 15 houses with 1 - 14 flats with high ecological standard (110 flats); 40% of the built-up area used for commercial purposes. Largest residential project with living and working in Schleswig-Holstein. Completion: 2012


Housing project at Bornseck

22926 Ahrensburg: 24 flats on 7,000 sqm plot, owners' association, KfW 40 standard, wood pellet heating and solar thermal system, ecologically safe building materials (free of asbestos, CFC, PCB and as far as possible PVC). Completion: 2007


Group self-help settlement Pennmoor

23500 Lübeck-Moisling: New construction of 75 apartments as DHH (30x) and RHH (5x) in timber construction. A special feature was a high share of own work, which was credited instead of equity. Some of the houses were built as so-called "butterfly houses". The construction costs were less than 1000 Euro per sqm living space. Completion: 1999


Quadro house development in Mölln

23881 MöllnIn the Doktorhof area of Mölln, 26 low-energy houses in timber frame construction with plots of approx. 230 - 410 sqm have been built on a construction area of approx. 8,000 sqm. The aim was to save costs and space with the help of the "Quadro-Haus" concept. The housing estate was built with the support of the state subsidy programme "resource-saving building". Completion: ~1999


Intergenerational housing project "Hof Pries" in Kiel

24159 Kiel-Pries: In 7 buildings around a car-free courtyard of approx. 6,500 m², a total of 27 apartments between approx. 40 and approx. 125 m² living space and a community house with a grass roof, as well as an organic food store in an existing building have been created in a space-saving architecture. Four of the buildings are new constructions, in the other two buildings old building substance was redeveloped. Completion: 2003


Ecological settlement Osterloh

25524 Itzehoe: The "car-free" settlement consists of 18 flats (12 DHH, 2 RH with 3 flats each), which is organized as a condominium owners' association. Approx. 1/3 of the total area is used as common property: Paths, Thingplatz, biotope and meadow etc.; Planning office: Christine Appel, Itzehoe. Completion: 1998


Ecological settlement Lilienthal

228865 Lilienthal: Lebensraum Lilienthal e.V.; approx. 100 inhabitants: families and single parents with children, couples and singles between primary school age and early 70's. Completion: 1998


Ecological settlement Bielefeld-Waldquelle

Cooperative building33649 Bielefeld-Quelle: 96 units, architect: Hans-Friedrich Bültmann, special features: all buildings are equipped with composting toilets and the highest composting toilet in Europe is located on the 5th floor. Further water measures: rainwater infiltration, own drinking water source; a reed sewage treatment plant was planned but could not be realised. Energy: BHKW, local heating network, internal cable TV, telephone distribution. Social: KiTa, craftsmen's yard, cooperative project. Economy: Development as a large plot, low-cost construction with partly much own work. Construction time: 1997


Documenta Urbana, Kassel-Dönche

134134 Kassel: 137 units; various architects including Baufrrösche, Roland Rainer, Otto Steidle. Construction: 1980- 82. There has only been one building exhibition "documenta urbana", which was created in the context of the "documenta 7" in 1982.


Gartenhofsiedlung Weißenburg

logo_muenster48143 Münster: Car-free NRW model housing estate "Gartenhofsiedlung Weißenburg", Europe-wide competition, car-reduced mobility concept with 0.2 parking spaces per dwelling, 189 dwellings on 3.8 ha site area. Completion: 2003, completion of 2nd construction phase (4 buildings with 51 flats): 2019


Signal box 60 Cologne-Nippes

50733 Cologne-Nippes: "Car-free settlement". 460 apartments for approx. 1,500 residents. The parking space ratio is 0.2 cars per residential unit. A multi-storey car park with 120 parking spaces was built on the edge of the estate for the estate's households and for around 40 visitors. Normally, approx. 400 to 500 parking spaces would have been required at this location. Completion: 2013


Cologne-Blumenberg eco-settlement

cologne250827 Cologne-Blumenberg: Architect: Reimund Stewen, with passive solar use, natural building techniques (timber frame construction with 20% clay and 80% electricity infill), economical use of land, social diversity and cost savings through communal building, use of ecological building services, waste collection, recycling, installation of private gardens. Completion: 1989


Solar settlement Aachen-Laurensberg

52072 Aachen-Laurensberg: "Solarsiedlung Teichstraße", 43 residential buildings in 27 terraced and 16 semi-detached houses, as well as two office buildings in passive house standard, on 2.5 hectares of land; partly wood pellet heating, 60 % coverage via solar thermal collectors, PV system or geothermal system. Completion: 2003


Factor X settlement Inden-Seeviertel

inden-sseviertel52459 Inden: The aim of the settlement development was to use valuable resources more efficiently by a factor of 2 when building and living. Raw materials and building constructions were selected according to their environmental consumption and long-term costs. Regional building materials, timeless architecture, durable and maintenance-friendly constructions were given priority. Completion: 2018


Ermekeilkarree Bonn

DSC_0002In-Entstehung_gr100px_200dpi53115 Bonn: in Bonn's Südstadt, surrounded by residential buildingsThe historic buildings of the former Ermekeil barracks are located in the centre of the town, along with shops, cafés and restaurants. Size: 2 ½ hectares of land, 643 residential units in various forms of housing (design by the Reicher Haase office from Dortmund). The design envisages residential projects, joint building ventures and residential communities. The building structure and sequence of squares in the quarter is somewhat reminiscent of Florence. Start of construction: approx. 2021 at the earliest


Eco-settlement Friedrichsdorf

61381 Friedrichsdorf: FRANK Group is developing 70,000 m² of gross building land in a prime location in the Frankfurt-Rhine-Main region into a residential quarter. Out of a multi-stage selection process by the city of Friedrichsdorf, which was NH ProjectCity The winner was the FRANK Group, which then purchased the site and is now developing and marketing it. The Baufrösche support the design planning.


IGA building exhibition Stuttgart

iga-stuttgart_270191 Stuttgart: Building exhibition "Wohnen 2000" for the IGA Federal Garden Show 1994, 100 units, Syszkowic & Kowalski, HSS, LogID, Mecanoo, Tegnestue Vandkunsten and other architects, completion: 1993


French Quarter Tübingen

Aerial view-Franz-Viertel-Tuebingen72072 Tübingen: District development in the French Quarter for 2,500 residents. Around 150 businesses with around 700 jobs have been established. Leisure, shopping and service facilities are planned in the quarter itself or are partly available in the immediate vicinity of the quarter. This is a conversion area with former barracks of the French Army; conversion of the massive barracks buildings, which are worth preserving, to multi-storey housing or redensification on vacant, cleared areas. Completion: 2012


Neckarbogen Heilbronn

74076 Heilbronn: 22 houses are to be built and occupied in the first construction phase by 2019. The development is intended to form a compact, urban edge to the Federal Horticultural Show Heilbronn 2019. 19 renowned offices have designed the architecture for this. The usage concepts are diverse, and technical innovations are to be showcased. A four- to six-storey development is planned for the approximately 30-hectare site. Around 3,500 residents are expected to live here one day. The site is certified as a "DGNB Platinum" for urban quarters (2016 version).


Quartier Zukunft - Reallabor Karlsruhe Oststadt

The Contact Point of the KIT Project "Quartier Zukunft" in the Oststadt of KarlsruheIn-Entstehung_gr100px_200dpi76131 Karlsruhe-Oststadt: In Karlsruhe, the "Quartier Zukunft" real laboratory has been under construction since 2013, where the city life of the future is being tested and developed. The city of the future has largely been built in Europe. This means that the great task of sustainable urban development lies in the transformation of the existing.


Design study "Car-free solar settlement Nancystrasse

76187 Karlsruhe-Nordweststadt: the design was planned for an undeveloped plot of land as a student research project at the University of Karlsruhe in cooperation with the association ASKA e.V., but was not realized. Concept: 140 units, photovoltaic and biomass CHP, business and office facilities, community facilities, gastronomy, car sharing tower, reed sewage treatment plant, board stack wood construction, hemp, flax or cellulose insulation, social settlement concept, integrated living. Completion: not realized


Green living on the Baldenau

76437 Rastatt: six urban villas with 82 apartments and a commercial unit that can also be used as a home office. Total area of 52,000 m². Rainwater concept, green roofs, CHP connection, KfW 70 standard, healthy building materials. Completion: 2019


Sustainable model district Vauban

79100 Freiburg-Vauban: extended citizen participation through the Forum Vauban, car-free living, public transport, car sharing, mixed use, solar garage, local heating with CHP units, nature-oriented open space design, building biology and ecological materials. 40% of households live without their own car. The number of parking spaces for the entire quarter is 0.42 PkW/WE. Large-scale completion: 2012


Solar settlement "Am Schlierberg


79100 Freiburg-Vauban59 UNITS. Architecture: Rolf Disch; plus energy houses with 81 to 210 m2 and variable floor plan design; cost savings during construction due to pre-assembly of building services systems and wooden elements; south-facing orientation; main façade glazing total k-value o.5; CHP for energy supply; Expo 2000 project. Completion: 2006


Wooden housing estate in Prinz Eugen Park

81927 Munich: Germany's largest contiguous timber housing estate with 566 apartments in timber or timber hybrid construction has been built in the Oberföhring district. Different building types up to 7-storey houses were built in timber construction. The approx. 30-hectare site of the former Prinz Eugen barracks is located in district 13 - Bogenhausen. The apartments were realized by building communities, cooperatives, municipal and independent developers, allowing a wide range of offers for a wide variety of housing needs: for rent and ownership, in different building types, for all household sizes and income groups and alternative forms of housing. Completion: 2020


eQ Ecoquartier Pfaffenhofen

85276 Pfaffenhofen: On over 91,000 m2 approx. 250 residential units and commercial areas are being built. Condominiums, semi-detached and terraced houses, as well as single-family houses were built. Slightly more than 50 residential units and the daycare center were built in timber construction. There was also the possibility of acquiring plots of land and building on them yourself. Completion: 2017


New Ways" housing project

Photo: Johann Hartl, 3/2017

86150 Augsburg: Hausgemeinschaft Neue Wege, 38 flats. The Augsburg model project takes into account different life situations and ages and is able to vary apartments according to changed needs. Occupancy: 2000