The architectural office blrm is working on complex projects at various scales in different fields of architecture. Inherent in our architecture is the concentration on the essential.
blrm Architekt*innen, is an architectural office in Hamburg, which since its foundation in 2002 as blauraum Architekten has been working on complex projects at various scales in the fields of architecture, urban planning, design, teaching and scientific research. Inherent in our architecture is the concentration on the essential. Our office is situated in a converted community building in the heart of Hamburg‘s St, Pauli, wherefrom 40 dedicated professionals create architecture as the result of a collaborative process and dialogue among team members, clients, users and stakeholders.
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How do living and working landscapes have to be designed today in order to meet the demands of the times in terms of sustainability and flexibility and the changing working and living conditions. Our design develops an urban building ensemble that makes a flexible and adaptable building structure possible. Within the three buildings different ways of working and living will be possible.
The history of Gartenstadt Drewitz as a "Plattenbausiedlung" is characterized by the back and forth between two constants that determine its character: Composition and Efficiency. The design consists of a coherent hybrid-timber building structure that integrates into the existing development and, through a fine gradation from public to private, defines the threshold areas from the street to the apartment.
Surrounded by the sea and sometimes even washed over, the Halligen are un-diked marshland islands in the middle of the North Frisian Wadden Sea, a UNESCO biosphere area. A new development on the Treuberg dwelling mound must withstand these special conditions. A market place will be built here to supply the inhabitants of the Hallig with everyday necessities, an infirmary, permanent living space, and the two building yards of the municipality and the State Office for Coastal Protection.
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