District / Campus

We plan vibrant neighbourhoods in which living, working, shopping and recreation are just a stone’s throw away from each other. Through mixed use, city districts become liveable again. Modern cities rely on diversity, spatial proximity, community and climate protection. The coexistence of different types of housing keeps an eye on demographic development. Shorter distances, high-quality green spaces and rainwater utilisation are challenges for our climate which we are facing now.

Diverse, livable, adaptable

Sustainable neighborhood development is modular and flexible. Newly created structures must allow for future adaptations in the future. Only buildings that are adaptable and can be used for a long time can be energy-efficient.

We think directly in terms of community offerings and mobility concepts. We want to live in a diverse city that offers everyone an enjoyable environment using resources and grey energy responsibly. Finally, we want to live in a city that encourages human interaction and focuses on people and their environment.

Identity and integration

The SENCKENBERG QUARTER in Frankfurt has been built according to our plans. Four buildings form a small city district: a Hybrid high-rise, office tower, office building and a child daycare center. The quarter opens up to the neighborhood where public space is created for people to meet and enjoy time together. New neighborhoods change an urban landscape.

Sometimes we’re asked if this new area will fit into the existing neighbourhood. Only when its gains a strong identity and can integrate itself into the surrounding area, will people enjoy living and working there.