Steinstrasse Anklam

Anklam
Photo © Daniel Sumesgutner
Photo © Daniel Sumesgutner
Photo © Daniel Sumesgutner
Photo © Daniel Sumesgutner
Photo © Daniel Sumesgutner
Photo © Daniel Sumesgutner
Schwarzplan / Site Plan
Drawing © TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
Schnitt / Section
Drawing © TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
Architects
TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten
Address
Steinstraße 20, 17389 Anklam
Year
2020
Stories
1-5 Stories
Client
Grundstücks- und Wohnungswirtschafts GmbH Anklam
Team
Ekkehard Voss, Frank Focke, Dario Berardi, Julia Gühlke, Falko Holtz, Anke Kitel, Julia Thielen
Cooperation
Planwerkeins Architekten, Hamburg
Project management
Dipl. Ing. Falko Holtz, Stralsund
Structural engineering
Engineering office for structural design
Building equipment
BLS Energieplan GmbH, Greifswald
Shell construction and clinker work
Schuldt - Haus GmbH, Greifs
Carpenters
Zimmerei Masch, Uckerland
Thermal insulation
ALLGUTH Service GmbH, Parchim
Windows
Wrangelsburger Fenstersysteme GmbH, Wrangelsburg
Interior doors
Tischlerei Zothner, Hanshagen
Sun protection
Bauelemente Finke GmbH, Anklam
Lift systems
Schindler Aufzuege und Fahrtreppen GmbH, Hamburg

In the context of the restoration of the small-scale façade development in the historic centre of Anklam, a residential and commercial building with three gables differentiated by colour was completed in May 2020. With its silhouette and characterful architecture, the building has a lasting impact on the cityscape of the Hanseatic city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

In reference to traditional plot sizes, the street façade is divided vertically into three parts. The rhythmic but uneven division of the front is emphasized by the slight protrusion of the middle facade gable and the differing ridge heights. In their contemporary interpretation of the traditional brick theme typical of the cityscape, the facades with their colour scheme of ash grey, brown red and sand beige lend the building a special aura. As a variation on the vertical window openings, a perforated brick pattern was designed as a decorative element in the stairwell area. The theme ends with the tile covering of the roofs.

The "three-gable house" in Steinstrasse has 15 apartments of different sizes as well as two commercial units on the ground floor. The apartments spacious terraces or balconies overlook a quiet, sunny garden. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide light and a contemporary feeling of living. Well-dimensioned bedrooms and optimally designed bathrooms make the apartments attractive for future tenants. The access to the building is barrier-free.

With independent access and large shop windows, the two commercial areas offer the typical mix of uses at this inner-city location.

The design was awarded first prize in the 01/2016 competition.

Kooperation: Planwerkeins Architekten, Hamburg

Related Projects

  • Ausstellung Poetische Räume Strategische Beobachtungen 20 Jahre Architekturbüro Stocker BDA
    Architekturbüro Stocker
  • Umnutzung Spitaltrakt Schützengasse, Riehen
    Kast Kaeppeli Architekten
  • Oberstufenanlage Lachenzelg Zürich
    ADP Architekten BSA SIA AG
  • Umgestaltung und Renovation Peterskapelle Luzern
    Durrer Architekten
  • Drohnen Reportagen
    Atelier für Architekturfotografie René C. Dürr

Magazine

Other Projects by TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten

Expoforum
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Living Levels
Berlin
Titanic Hotel
Berlin
Russian Monastery of St. George
Milmersdorf-Götschendorf
Boxhagener Straße
Berlin
Office Building Complex Blissestrasse 5
Berlin