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    [post_date] => 2020-08-07 16:18:35
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    [post_content] => carousel[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://scontent-frx5-1.cdninstagram.com/v/t51.29350-15/116876795_1791663654304751_7757209838343530754_n.jpg?_nc_cat=105&_nc_sid=8ae9d6&_nc_ohc=u6jB1_vSXcwAX9UvnI1&_nc_ht=scontent-frx5-1.cdninstagram.com&oh=75b8fde5dabf6c7df84092b57b30d5a6&oe=5F5403C7[[[SEPARATOR]]][[[SEPARATOR]]]Town Hall of the Future – Or how can a building improve the urban climate?

Our design for the “Town Hall of the Future mg+” in Mönchengladbach creates an urban ensemble on three sites. It links the different services provided by the town hall with existing and newly developed places forming a new high-quality urban district. The differentiated network of green and blue zones, courtyards, roof areas, old and new buildings, improves the urban climate and, in addition, provides added value for the staff and citizens. The visible connection of all building components via the so-called city balcony with the conference centre facilitates the orientation for citizens and opens up the town hall to the city. 
The city balcony come roof garden functions as a green environment with a spectacular view for different activities. It offers additional recreational space, can be used for a variety of events and urban gardening projects. A light cloak of vertical timber strips set in front of the glass facades creates a fluid link between the building components. The broad stairway functions as a link between the green passage on the ground floor and the conference zone on the second floor. Citizens can enjoy a spectacular view into the functional space from the service centre. A green oasis along the main axis in the conference area improves the air quality and invites visitors to sit and linger.

Design competition 2019,for more impressions check #townhallofthefuturebykwa.
Drawings by Pawel Pietkun

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    [post_title] => Town Hall of the Future – Or how can a building improve the urban climate? Our design for the “Town Hall of the Future mg+” in Mönchengladbach creates an urban ensemble on three sites. It links the different services provided by the town hall with existing and newly developed places forming a new high-quality urban district. The differentiated network of green and blue zones, courtyards, roof areas, old and new buildings, improves the urban climate and, in addition, provides added value for the staff and citizens. The visible connection of all building components via the so-called city balcony with the conference centre facilitates the orientation for citizens and opens up the town hall to the city. The city balcony come roof garden functions as a green environment with a spectacular view for different activities. It offers additional recreational space, can be used for a variety of events and urban gardening projects. A light cloak of vertical timber strips set in front of the glass facades creates a fluid link between the building components. The broad stairway functions as a link between the green passage on the ground floor and the conference zone on the second floor. Citizens can enjoy a spectacular view into the functional space from the service centre. A green oasis along the main axis in the conference area improves the air quality and invites visitors to sit and linger. Design competition 2019,for more impressions check #townhallofthefuturebykwa. Drawings by Pawel Pietkun #kadawittfeldarchitektur #architecturaldesign #atmosphere #sketch #architecturalsketch #handdrawn #architecturalmodel #designcompetition #architecturalcompetition #designedbykwa #townhallofthefuture #lostandfoundarchitecture #greenarchitecture #greenbuildings #archilovers #mönchengladbach
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