Multi-Generation and Nursing Home Stuttgart

2001

1st prize in competition 1993

Building Award 2002 Chamber of Architects BW
Building Award 2002 Association of German Architects BDA
Foundation Award 2004 "The best concept for inner-city living" of the Living City Foundation

In a dense urban location, between steep slopes and a main street, a diverse complex of buildings for various uses was developed, incorporating a historic brewery building. The new buildings were arranged on both sides of a side street with a connecting bridge for the upper floors. The corner facing the public square was emphasized with a large glass facade. A nursing home with 72 care places for old and young people, a social center, several shops and a bank, doctor's offices, the administration and some appartments are placed in the new building parts. The renovated historic building houses a community center, several club rooms and some additional apartments. The former ballroom of the brewery restaurant was turned into a restaurant that opens up tothe historic terraced beer garden with beautiful trees. The characteristic brick walls of the new buildings establish a perfect integration of old and new construction.

A project of the Rudolf Schmid and Hermann Schmid foundation

Client Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart, Eigenbetrieb Leben & Wohnen // Project Management Harald Konsek // Team Michael Siegmund, Christian Vogel, Wolfgang Sigg // Project Controlling SWI Siedlungswerk, Infrastruktur, Stuttgart // Construction Management Gassmann + Grossmann Baumanagement GmbH, Stuttgart // Landscape Architecture Landschaftsarchitekturbüro Möhrle + Partner, Stuttgart // Photographer** Roland Halbe (3, 4, 6), Wolf-Dieter Gericke (1, 2, 5)

GFA 13,005 square meter
GBV 42,430 cubic meter