Posted: 23 May 2013 09:22 AM PDT
Modern integration of different housing styles
The new housing project “Parklife*” was erected in 2010 on the former area of the Mercedes Benz garage in Salzburg Lehen. A new combination of living facilities was created, an old-aged home, assisted accommodation and family homes.
Starting point for the design of the whole complex was the idea of a homogenous urban perimeter block development to be brought into form by specific architectural operations.
Following this strategy a vertical separation into three layers was developed. The two elevated buildings for the upper part. Below them an exposed intermediate area is developed. The last layer is the topographically formed ground floor.
The assisted accommodation building only consists of sloped surfaces, which are forming new sloped triangle plains out of their intersection point. The residential building catches with its height of more than 32 m and is carried only by some slender pillars. The old-aged home is joining the parapets of glass and ALUCOBOND® up to the full-faced façade cladding.
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