IMD _Institute of Media and Design
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN | Master Thesis Project | Allotment Garden Berlin | Berlin
The design shows a building that responds to the city's pressure on open spaces by bringing various programmatic entities together and combining their interests:
1. A market hall that is supplied with local products from the nearby vertical farming buildings.
2. A publicly accessible, green roof that offers a view over Berlin in the west and over the “allotment sea” in the east.
3. Various public uses in the towers: Housing, Working, Studying, Leisure
The design therefore follows the idea of the allotment garden in the narrower sense, namely to allow relaxation in the green and self-sufficiency in the immediate vicinity of one's own apartment in the big city and to create additional communal areas for maintaining social contacts.
Student work by: Josefine Kiesewalter
Examiner: Prof. Matthais Karch
Co-examiner: Prof. Dr. Norman Hack
Coachings by: Max Justus Hoven, Philipp Reinfeld & Nicolai Schlapps