Neues Giesing III

Caroline Böhm
Professorship
Urban Architecture
project

The project critically examines the theoretical approaches of structuralism in order to formulate an answer to the question “How do we want to live?

The project critically examines the theoretical approaches of structuralism, asking “How do we want to live? “. Since living space is scarce and expensive, communal spaces are of great importance. Ssimultaneously, the social desire for individuality and flexibility is growing. The result is a large structure with its own inner world, characterized by private open-air rooms and community roof gardens. The primary supporting, grid-based structure can be read inside the apartment in the form of columns. The regular shifting of the secondary, space-creating layer of the walls creates a variety of spatial effects and flexible forms of living.

Perspektive-Hofraum
Grundriss EG
München, 2020, Ann-Kathrin Gügel, Caroline Böhm
Grundriss OG
München, 2020, Ann-Kathrin Gügel, Caroline Böhm
Grundriss DG
München, 2020, Ann-Kathrin Gügel, Caroline Böhm
Wohnidee
München, 2020, Ann-Kathrin Gügel, Caroline Böhm
Strassenperspektive
München, 2020, Ann-Kathrin Gügel, Caroline Böhm