SIMT – Stuttgart Institute of Management and Technology in Stuttgart-Hohenheim

2000

SIMT - Stuttgart Institute of Management and Technology Stuttgart-Hohenheim

1st prize in competition 1999
Completed 2000

Building Award 2002 Association of German Architects BDA
Building Award 2002 Chamber of Architects BW

At the edgeof the state university campus, the newly founded private university SIMT got a three-storey building with conference and training rooms, as well as offices for faculty members and administration. The founders wanted a house that promotes interaction and communication between
teachers and students. This ideal lead to a total abandonment of closed hallways in the building. All rooms are accesible by open stairways, ramps and corridors starting from a central hall, which also serves as an auditorium with seating steps and circles formed by the hallways. All rooms are connected to outside balconies as additional fire escape. Their design varies with the usage of the rooms behind, and they also serve as sun protection. The appearance of the building, inside and outside, is mainly characterized by the natural colors of the materials - with a few deliberately used extra colors.

Client LEG - Landesentwicklungs- gesellschaft Baden-Württemberg // Project Management Peter Krieg // Team Wolfgang Albanbauer, Wolfgang Sigg, Christian Vogel, Alexander Penz // Project Controlling LEG Landesentwicklungs-gesellschaft Baden-Württemberg // Construction Management Gassmann + Grossmann Baumanagement GmbH, Stuttgart // Landscape Architecture Gesswein, Henkel + Partner, Ostfildern // Photographer Roland Halbe

GFA 4,962 square meter
GBV 20,142 cubic meter