Construction of seven residential flats and three terraced houses with garden in the village centre of Griessen, 2018 - 2023

The apartment building on Klosterstrasse in the Griessen part of the southern German municipality of Klettgau accommodates two barrier-free flats with spacious verandas on the ground floor, four maisonette family flats with large south-facing balconies on the upper and top floors, and a loft apartment studio with its own terrace and view over the gardens. Three separately accessible terraced houses with their own gardens are located in the rear part of the property.

The building will be constructed in solid single stone masonry. As a basic principle, building materials are used that can be produced, reused or recycled in a regional and sustainable manner wherever possible. Plastics and hybrid materials are avoided wherever possible. Thanks to the solid construction of the building envelope, the use of geothermal probes for heat generation and heat pumps in combination with photovoltaic systems, energy requirements can be kept low and largely covered by renewable sources. KfW40 certification guarantees that the value of the property is maintained in the long term.

Ground floor
First floor
Second floor
Southern elevation

The three terraced houses on Klosterweg have three floors, a full basement, an east-west orientation and each has its own garden with an outdoor seating area. There are 12 parking spaces in the underground car park and 6 outdoor parking spaces in front of the house at Klosterstrasse.

Cross section terraced house

Klosterstrasse Status: under construction. Programme: apartment building with ten residential units. Location: Griessen, municipality of Klettgau (D). Client: private. Area: approx. 1'300 m2. Collaborators: Michael Wagner, Raphael Vanzella, Milo Strub, Serena Keller, Kristina Turtschi, Sophia Disiou.