An innovative mixed-use district is growing in the north of the Upper Bavarian town of Bad Aibling. It is designed to be emission-free and built entirely from renewable raw materials.
▼项目概览，overview of the project © Sebastian Schels
▼项目外观，exterior view of the project © Sebastian Schels
This multi-storey car park is made primarily of wood, with the load- bearing elements constructed from beech, glulam and cross-laminated timber.
▼停车场内一览，interior view of the car park © Sebastian Schels
The translucent, two-storey pavilion blends unobtrusively into the park landscape lined with old trees. It extends as an additional longitudinal structure along the main traffic artery.
▼剖面图，the section © HK Architekten, Hermann Kaufmann + Partner ZT
▼融入古树林立的公园景观，the car park blends into the park landscape © Sebastian Schels
A sculpturally designed concrete ramp, and the filigree steel staircase opposite, contrast the stringent material concept. The mastic asphalt road surface extends into the interior as a protective layer, where slender slats filter the light and act as fall protection.
▼混凝土坡道，the concrete ramp © Sebastian Schels
▼金银丝装饰的钢梯，the filigree steel staircase © Sebastian Schels
▼细长板条，view of the slender slats © Sebastian Schels
Andreas Ströhle M.Sc.说道：“我们打造了一个通透且敞亮，同时能为使用者带来安全感的开放结构。我们针对木梁的运动以及膨胀和收缩行为等设计问题，给予了最佳的解决方案。”
“We created an open structure for permeability, brightness and for the users’ sense of security. The challenge of the planning was to predict the movement behaviour as well as the swelling and shrinkage behaviour of the wooden beams. Problem solving at its best.” Andreas Ströhle M.Sc.
▼通透且敞亮的开放结构，an open structure for permeability and brightness © Sebastian Schels
▼停车场近景，a close-up view of the car park © Sebastian Schels
Client: B&O Parkgelände GmbH
Project Leader: Andreas Ströhle M.Sc.
Colleague: Florian Schwender M.A., Mathis Zondler M.A., DI Christoph Dünser
Location: Bad Aibling
NRF: 2.204 m²
BGF: 2.332,91 m²
BRI: 7.135,98 m³
Photographer: Sebastian Schels
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