We are happy to announce that architecture studio 3DELUXE together with Urbach & Falter Architects has been contracted for a progressive housing project in Wiesbaden! The project commissioned by the municipal housing company GWW, incorporates various elements for a forward-thinking and sustainable building approach that provides affordable living spaces in a healthy environment. A climate-friendly timber-hybrid construction with a large scale installation of a photovoltaic system and a versatile outdoor area for social togetherness in a natural environment is planned.

SHARED SPACES – REDEFINING LIVING

The proposed building concept promotes shared living, an increasingly popular form of housing that encourages multi-generational dwellings and social interaction within the community and neighborhood. A number of shared indoor and outdoor common areas and communally usable locations are included in the proposed design. Each of the 38 apartments will be designed to be as space-efficient as possible, in return offering common spaces that extend the living area and enhance the quality of life. In this new living concept, the term "home" takes on a new meaning, since it is not only one’s own apartment that defines this place, but also the whole built environment with all the indoor and outdoor common areas.

The concept promotes an appealing environment for joint activities such as reading, homework support, cooking, and casual sports viewing. There will also be a workshop, a library, a gym and yoga room, a laundry room, a bicycle workshop, and a guest apartment. Other common spaces will be offered, including the pergola linking the apartments and buildings, as well as the large landscaped green area that invites to urban gardening, beekeeping, the creation of wildflower meadows, natural ponds, and bird nesting boxes. Additionally, communal activities such as outdoor cooking, eating, and celebrations can be enjoyed in this attractive open space.
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