The project is the derivation of a former draft, in which flat roofs with prefabricated residential roof cubes are to be assembled as modular buildings through densification without additional land. In the current design, the modular buildings are hammered each other, connected by a joint development and form of the additive minimum cubes houses for students and refugees.
Frost-proof reinforced concrete foundation ring and laying of supply and disposal lines, prefabrication of minimum cubes in timber frame construction, depending on the location of the minimum cubes to open it, insulated and/or sealed.
Temporary accommodation for refugees and students in prefabricated and modular successive bush-hammered minimum cubes.
- Unit for 6 people
- app. 60 qm total area per unit
- 4 units per floor level, a total of 4 floors
- app. 100 € - 150 € monthly rent per person
- Size minimization and prefabrication as prerequisite for cost minimization
- Upholstered, light - weight wooden stands - living cubicles
- Functional shifting through built-in furniture with folding beds, folding chairs and folding tables
- Assembly within app. 3 to 5 days per unit
- Depreciation cycle of 15 years (app. 3 student generations)
- Intermixing of existing residents, student accommodation and refugees
- Dismantling possibility after 15 years to solve the housing shortage