Frankenstadium Office Building
KfW Efficiency House 55 with office and commercial space
as part of the >Regensburg Quarter
Regensburger Straße 346, D-90480 Nuremberg
Building planning and realization 2018-2023, under construction since 2021
Commissioned by SW Nürnberg: HOAI §34 LPh 1-4, master detailing
Commissioned by Max Bögl: HOAI §34 LPh 5
Client: SW Nürnberg
Project manager: GCA, Nuremberg
General contractor: Max Bögl, Nuremberg
Landscape architects: Topos, Berlin
Tenders and site supervision: gapp, Munich
Structural engineer: Peters Schüßler Sperr, Nuremberg
HVAC: Ingenieurbüro Koppe und TGA-X, Nuremberg
Fire Consultant: Ingenieurbüro Teucke, Nuremberg
Building Physics: Basic, Gundelsheim
Infrastructure: Gauff Engineering, Nuremberg
Team: Armin Behles (PM), Giulia Cappello, Jenny Dittrich (PM), Jasper Jochimsen, Iva Kocheva (PM), Sebastian Nordmeyer, Anatol Rettberg, Fabian Scholtz, Sarah Strohbach, Mathias Wünsche
The office building emphasizes the prominent south corner of the Regensburg Quarter with a high point vis-à-vis the Frankenstadion S-Bahn station and a set back on Hans-Kalb-Straße. Addressing is also to the south in the direction of the railway.
The L-shaped building is accessed via a staircase in the inner corner so that it can be divided into two rental units of variable size on each floor. A large number of office forms - from cellular offices to open spaces - can be realised.
The perforated facade with an optimized proportion of openings varies the themes of the neighboring residential buildings: the aluminum windows are framed by wide plaster frames, the double-height entrance portal is ennobled with clinker bricks. Electrically centrally controlled but individually overridable horizontal slat venetian blinds made of aluminum ensure both sun protection and glare protection.
The interior is characterized by Jura marble in the staircase and door elements made of oak. In order to use the storage mass of the reinforced concrete ceilings, there should be no suspended ceilings and the concrete should remain visible in the future; lighting and acoustic damping are to be integrated into ceiling sails. The workplaces are supplied with media via cavity floors. Since the tenants are not yet known, the office and practice units will initially be created as so-called "blanks", i.e. only the sanitary units will be completely expanded.