ntry sets an accent with a distinctive oak wood gate inside a glass frame. Effectively, the size of the door is smaller and corresponds to the human scale. From here a two-story lobby leads to the offices. Each floor has four office sections, which could be merged if required. Additionally two smaller staircases function as further exploitation and escape routes. While the building has fixed wet cell spaces, the design of the offices can be chosen according to tenants’ wishes – from one-space to open-space.
The building fits the modern demands on cavity floors, chilled ceilings and mechanical ventilation. As the Boxhagener Straße has a lot of traffic the ventilation is ensured by an autonomous system, which doesn’t require opening the triple glazed windows. The building is completely handicapped accessible.
ClienteBAUWERT Boxhagener Straße GmbH
Superficie Lorda (mq)10973
ArchitettiTCHOBAN VOSS Architekten GmbH
Design TeamArchitect: Sergei Tchoban; Project partner and -leader: Stephan Lohre; Team: Anja Schroth, Katharina Stranz, Katja Redmann, Virginie Mommens
Curriculum studio / partecipanteTCHOBAN VOSS Architekten, led by partners Sergei Tchoban and Ekkehard Voss, currently have construction projects all over Germany and in Russia. The office plan, develop and build for both regional and international clients within the public and the private sector. In addition to residential and business buildings, the architects focus on planning hotels, trade facilities, office complexes, leisure time facilities, schools, educational and social facilities, as well as reconstructions and revitalizations of historical monuments.
Sergei Tchoban is leading partner of TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten, Berlin. Tchoban designed and built several internationally known buildings and ensembles, such as the Federation Complex in Moscow or the Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin. 2018 Sergei Tchoban received the European Prize for Architecture by Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.