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Photo: Jogi Hild

University of Stuttgart
Renovation College Building II

Client: Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg
Universitätsbauamt Stuttgart und Hohenheim
Services: Architectural services, phases 4 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2009
Gross floor area: 26,886 m²

Preservation as a Sustainable Choice
College Building II is a university building from 1965, an example of the ”Stuttgart School“, currently used by the institutes of the Department of Philosophy and History as well as Economic and Social Sciences. It contains libraries, lecture halls, seminar rooms and a cafeteria. Offset building heights (15 office floors are located on the south side and 10 floors for teaching on the north) permit a semi-open central zone with open staircases and views from one floor to another.

The construction measures included, among others, the improvement of fire safety protection and removal of toxic substances, as well as the renovation of the building technology, north façade, roof, ceilings and floors. Department libraries, lecture halls, institute spaces, core zones and the cafeteria were re-planned according to their use. The few materials used (concrete, brickwork and high-quality finished wood) were conserved and expanded, as an expression of the architectural thought of the new Stuttgart School with its conscious minimalism.

Photo: Jogi Hild

University of Stuttgart
Renovation College Building II

Client: Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg
Universitätsbauamt Stuttgart und Hohenheim
Services: Architectural services, phases 4 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2009
Gross floor area: 26,886 m²

Preservation as a Sustainable Choice
College Building II is a university building from 1965, an example of the ”Stuttgart School“, currently used by the institutes of the Department of Philosophy and History as well as Economic and Social Sciences. It contains libraries, lecture halls, seminar rooms and a cafeteria. Offset building heights (15 office floors are located on the south side and 10 floors for teaching on the north) permit a semi-open central zone with open staircases and views from one floor to another.

The construction measures included, among others, the improvement of fire safety protection and removal of toxic substances, as well as the renovation of the building technology, north façade, roof, ceilings and floors. Department libraries, lecture halls, institute spaces, core zones and the cafeteria were re-planned according to their use. The few materials used (concrete, brickwork and high-quality finished wood) were conserved and expanded, as an expression of the architectural thought of the new Stuttgart School with its conscious minimalism.

Photo: Brigida González

University of Stuttgart
Renovation College Building II

Client: Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg
Universitätsbauamt Stuttgart und Hohenheim
Services: Architectural services, phases 4 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2009
Gross floor area: 26,886 m²

Preservation as a Sustainable Choice
College Building II is a university building from 1965, an example of the ”Stuttgart School“, currently used by the institutes of the Department of Philosophy and History as well as Economic and Social Sciences. It contains libraries, lecture halls, seminar rooms and a cafeteria. Offset building heights (15 office floors are located on the south side and 10 floors for teaching on the north) permit a semi-open central zone with open staircases and views from one floor to another.

The construction measures included, among others, the improvement of fire safety protection and removal of toxic substances, as well as the renovation of the building technology, north façade, roof, ceilings and floors. Department libraries, lecture halls, institute spaces, core zones and the cafeteria were re-planned according to their use. The few materials used (concrete, brickwork and high-quality finished wood) were conserved and expanded, as an expression of the architectural thought of the new Stuttgart School with its conscious minimalism.

Photo: Brigida González

University of Stuttgart
Renovation College Building II

Client: Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg
Universitätsbauamt Stuttgart und Hohenheim
Services: Architectural services, phases 4 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2009
Gross floor area: 26,886 m²

Preservation as a Sustainable Choice
College Building II is a university building from 1965, an example of the ”Stuttgart School“, currently used by the institutes of the Department of Philosophy and History as well as Economic and Social Sciences. It contains libraries, lecture halls, seminar rooms and a cafeteria. Offset building heights (15 office floors are located on the south side and 10 floors for teaching on the north) permit a semi-open central zone with open staircases and views from one floor to another.

The construction measures included, among others, the improvement of fire safety protection and removal of toxic substances, as well as the renovation of the building technology, north façade, roof, ceilings and floors. Department libraries, lecture halls, institute spaces, core zones and the cafeteria were re-planned according to their use. The few materials used (concrete, brickwork and high-quality finished wood) were conserved and expanded, as an expression of the architectural thought of the new Stuttgart School with its conscious minimalism.

University of Stuttgart
Renovation College Building II

Client: Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg
Universitätsbauamt Stuttgart und Hohenheim
Services: Architectural services, phases 4 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2009
Gross floor area: 26,886 m²

Preservation as a Sustainable Choice
College Building II is a university building from 1965, an example of the ”Stuttgart School“, currently used by the institutes of the Department of Philosophy and History as well as Economic and Social Sciences. It contains libraries, lecture halls, seminar rooms and a cafeteria. Offset building heights (15 office floors are located on the south side and 10 floors for teaching on the north) permit a semi-open central zone with open staircases and views from one floor to another.

The construction measures included, among others, the improvement of fire safety protection and removal of toxic substances, as well as the renovation of the building technology, north façade, roof, ceilings and floors. Department libraries, lecture halls, institute spaces, core zones and the cafeteria were re-planned according to their use. The few materials used (concrete, brickwork and high-quality finished wood) were conserved and expanded, as an expression of the architectural thought of the new Stuttgart School with its conscious minimalism.

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