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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Mensa Moltke by J. Mayer H. Architects




Architects:
J. MAYER H. Architects Location: Karlsruhe, Germany Project Team: Juergen Mayer H., Andre Santer, Julia Neitzel, Sebastian Finckh, Wilko Hoffmann, Marcus Blum Client: Vermoegen und Bau, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Amt Karlsruhe Project Year: 2005-2007 Constructed Area: 3,500 sq Architect on site: Ulrich Wiesler Multidisciplinary Engineers: ARUP GmbH
Landscape Architects: Karl Bauer, Karlsruhe
Photographs: David Franck
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A new canteen for the Technical College, Teacher Training College and the State Academy for Fine Art has been completed north of the Moltkestrasse. This new address will form an attractive new centre for the campus where the disciplines can meet, eat and exchange ideas.


The canteen’s location in the Moltkestrasse in the transitional zone between the built up campus to the south and the natural open space of the Hartwald Forest to the north. This is a spot where the character of the campus area is particularly clear. The orientation of the building, with its generously glazed facades, is toward the urban life of the campus, from where the diners arrive.

The dissolution of the structure into stem-like posts shows an associative relationship to the wooded areas nearby and creates an atmospheric transition between the buildings to the south and the shady forest to the north"





http://www.archdaily.com/11782/mensa-moltke-j-mayer-h-architects/

1 comment:

  1. memang pening tue nak design
    column suma condong

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