INTERDISCIPLINARY ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION
The Studio and workshop building forms a clear, Compact volume in the street alignment of Seebener Street. Due to its location the new building forms a generous square to the east and creates open space to the south.
Typologically, the new studio and workshop building oscillates between production building, cultural building and market hall. The special spatial feature is the interior, building-high open space, which serves as a meeting point, workyard, workspace and event hall. The interior marketplace and the informal spiral staircases ensure easy orientation in the building. More public uses, such as the refectory and gallery, are located directly on the square and are both separable and extendable to form the hall.
The predominant atmospheric material for the inner and outer shells and surfaces is wood.