case study

city mansions


Germany, Luneburg, 2014


Energy efficiency, sustainability, individuality and barrier-freedom were some of the requirements to fulfil in this case study. 
The response were two sleek city mansions which create a clear room setting at the juncture of a green corridor and the city park.
Both buildings reach the passive house standard and have flexible apartment sizes.



The multi-storey steel skeleton structure with a modular grid of 4.80 m x 4.80 m consists of R90 coated rolled-formed profiles as columns and beams.
Each structure is stiffenend by a stairway core. Its Walls and slabs as well as the basements walls and slabs are the only in-situ concrete elements. 


2,669 m² plot size
2,339 m² living area
4,181 m² gross area
13,199 m³ gross volume

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