HHFSchool Campus Hamburg

  • Status:Construction
  • Typologie:EDU, URB
  • Ort:Hamburg (DE)
  • BGF:16.240 m²
  • Jahr:2013-11
  • PS:1–5

HHF – Educational Buildings and Landscape Design

Better Learning

The context of an extensive park landscape is utilized as a potential by AllesWirdGut Architects and DnD Landscape Design. Freestanding well-proportioned solitary buildings—school villas—define a sequence of squares and free spaces, creating in conjunction with the existing buildings an urban-design ensemble and a new and lively campus. Differentiated outdoor spaces provide for variety and offer individual and community areas for pupils of different grades.

A commonly used multi-purpose building defines the actual center of the school premises and acts as an interface between the two schools. In accordance with the topography, the entranceways to the schools are situated at different levels and both lead into a generous two-floor entrance hall.

Like the sails of a windmill, the classrooms are arranged around a central atrium which serves as a circulation, teaching, and communication area. Open spaces and niches provide a variable environment for different forms of learning and teaching.

Client: GMH | Gebäudemanagement Hamburg GmbH
Project Stages: 1–5
Invited Competition: 11.2013 – 1st Prize
GBA: 16.240 m²

Planning: AllesWirdGut
Team competition:Ivana Valekova, Lukas Morong, Nils Bergner, Simona Masarova, Zuzana Tomanova
Team execution: Agron Deralla, Alisa Klauenberg, Carmen Trifina, Franziska Sturm, Jana Zdenkova, Julian Schachner, Julia Stockinger, Lena Waldenberger, Magdalena Drach, Martin Brandt, Nadine Tschinke, Rachele Albini, Thomas Hold

Visualization: miss3.cz
Model: mattweiss