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Mehr als 100 Jahre Tradition
Qualität Made in Germany
Zertifiziert und hochwirksam

slimline GREEN
European oak (real wood veneer)

Stuttgart-Hohenheim | Germany


approx. 400 m²

Drei Architekten

Karl Westermann GmbH

Steinbeis Property Management GmbH

zooey braun

The Steinbeishaus in Hohenheim:

A Masterpiece of Architecture with Excellent Acoustics

The Steinbeishaus in Hohenheim is an impressive example of contemporary architecture. The project was planned and implemented by the renowned architecture firm DREI ARCHITEKTEN. The building is part of the University of Hohenheim campus and serves as a research facility for sustainability and resource efficiency.

The Steinbeishaus is a three-story building with a total area of 1,800 square meters. It consists of a reinforced concrete skeleton and a facade made of wooden slats. The wooden slats not only serve as sun protection, but also as a design element. They give the building a warm and inviting atmosphere.

The acoustics in the Steinbeishaus are excellent. The rooms are designed to provide optimal sound absorption and sound insulation. The ceilings and walls are equipped with sound-absorbing materials that reduce sound in the room and create a pleasant room acoustics. The large windows are equipped with sound-insulating glazing that reduces noise from outside.

The interior of the building is just as impressive as the facade. The rooms are generously designed and offer plenty of space for research and teaching. The furnishings are modern and functional, but also aesthetically appealing. The large windows provide plenty of daylight and create a connection to nature.

The Steinbeishaus is not only a masterpiece of architecture, but also an example of sustainability and resource efficiency. The building is equipped with a photovoltaic system that covers part of the electricity demand. There is also a rainwater harvesting system that uses rainwater for toilet flushing and garden irrigation.

Overall, the Steinbeishaus is an outstanding example of contemporary architecture that is not only aesthetically appealing, but also sustainable, resource-efficient, and acoustically optimized. It is a building that represents the future and shows how architecture can contribute to creating a better world.

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