Berlin, 2013

The new complex was built on the campus Berlin-Buch at an important location of urban planning and usage and should be a place of arrival and connection according to framework development planning. Thereby the visual linking of campus area with Heliosklinik is spatially significant. The tree-covered place between the new buildings serves the purpose of communication and exchange.

The characteristic campus-greenery evolves from south to north and connects the new areas with the existing ones. Trees with high crowns form a green foyer and shield parts of the place. Several clumps of trees of the existing grove are therefore preserved and places to stay emerged. The northern part of the place appears more urban, it provides the new address at Lindenberger Weg. Here are constructions for ensigns and informations located.In the inner courtyard a planted front greets the visitor. This vertical garden is the scenery of the entrance area.

client: Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin
area: 7.1 ha
competition (1. prize): 2008
completion: 2013
partners: rohdecan architekten gmbH, Dresden
architects: Rohdecan Architekten Dresden