Am Tremoniapark 15, 44137 Dortmund
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Distance: 1.45 km
The 21 clients in 2001 commissioned Dortmund architects Post & Welters to build the home-sharing estate on the former Tremonia pit after a competition between three architects.
What developed was a three-side estate with four one-family homes and16 flats accessed by balconies. The one-family homes are three-storey houses, the multi-family house has four storeys.
One side of the estate is closed by a two-storey community house with a 60 sq m function room, a guest flat, a laundrette and workshop.
A multi-generation housing estate, the houses are barrier-free; a free standing “tower” lift provides access to both the access balconies and the upper floors of the community house.
The inner courtyard is the social centre. The lavish play- and meeting ground can be seen from all flats.
The buildings were built in the 3l-house standard. Solar panels and a small block heating station provide the heat and power supply.
For the toilets and gardens, rain water is used.
Innovationspreis Wohnungsbau 2004 (Land NRW), Preisträger
Auszeichnung guter Bauten 2006 (BDA Dortmund), Anerkennung
Author: Editorial baukunst-nrw
Last changed on 04.08.2020