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The new building of the multipurpose hall is located in the center of a newly created district in Erkelenz. The multi-purpose hall is opposite the newly planned parish center on the central square in the center.

The basic idea for the concept of our new building came from the reflection on the history and the type of construction of the barn. The barn, with its character and generosity, is ideal for the functions of sport, play and leisure.
The large form in its simplicity and monolithic looks set like in the foyer and can be experienced as a house in the house from outside and inside. The ensemble is also made of warm materials that invite you to linger and celebrate.

 

The traditional form of the barn is thus continued in a new, modern architectural language. The building is architecturally structured as follows: a one-storey building with a green flat roof, which accommodates the foyer and other serving functions, and a gable roof structure containing the multi-purpose hall.
The materials of the buildings are made of natural materials of the region, such as limed walls, wood, clay and brick and are based on the clay and tile industry on the Lower Rhine.
Ultimately, it is clear that young and old will come together in this community-building culture that unites tradition and future.

The new building of the multipurpose hall is located in the center of a newly created district in Erkelenz. The multi-purpose hall is opposite the newly planned parish center on the central square in the center.

The basic idea for the concept of our new building came from the reflection on the history and the type of construction of the barn. The barn, with its character and generosity, is ideal for the functions of sport, play and leisure.
The large form in its simplicity and monolithic looks set like in the foyer and can be experienced as a house in the house from outside and inside. The ensemble is also made of warm materials that invite you to linger and celebrate. The traditional form of the barn is thus continued in a new, modern architectural language.
The building is architecturally structured as follows: a one-storey building with a green flat roof, which accommodates the foyer and other serving functions, and a gable roof structure containing the multi-purpose hall.
The materials of the buildings are made of natural materials of the region, such as limed walls, wood, clay and brick and are based on the clay and tile industry on the Lower Rhine.
Ultimately, it is clear that young and old will come together in this community-building culture that unites tradition and future.

View from the north

Section

CLIENT
Stadt Erkelenz

 

LOCATION
Erkelenz

 

TYPE OF BUILDING
Multipurpose hall

STATUS
Planned, 2019

COMPETITION
2019, 3rd prize

VISUALIZATIONS
Schrammen Architekten BDA

CLIENT
Stadt Erkelenz

 

LOCATION
Erkelenz

 

TYPE OF BUILDING
Multipurpose hall

 

STATUS
Planned, 2019

 

COMPETITION
2019, 3rd prize

 

VISUALIZATIONS
Schrammen Architekten BDA

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