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Façade

Greenery

Signature Building

The “Passive House Engeldamm” (PHED) was conceived as a signature building and a prime example of social-ecological housing in the former East-West border zone between Berlin-Mitte and Kreuzberg. Winner of the Federation of German Architects’ audience prize in 2012, the building is enclosed by a distinctive X-TEND stainless steel mesh façade. The stainless steel curtain that hangs in front of the balconies serves as fall protection. Rectangular mesh panels fitted to L-sections are integrated in the mesh spaces without any additional substructure to form “floating windows”.
  • Project
    PHED Berlin, Berlin, Germany
  • Application

    Design of façade and fall protection

  • Products

    X-TEND CXE / I-SYS

     

    390 m2, ◊ 60 mm, ø 2 mm / ø 8 mm, ø 10 mm, ø 12 mm

  • Architect
    scarchitekten
  • Photographer
    André Kirchner
https://www.carlstahl.de/
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