Biological Institutes of Dresden University of Technology


In landscaped terraces, topography and vegetation continue as an optical and spatial link in the outdoor temperature hall and give the new institute building an open atmosphere. From the southern entrance at the level of the first floor, a path leads across the terraces to the ground floor, which is at the level of the main entrance in the north. Curved steel stringers border the planted terraces, in which steps and seats made of Bangkirai are embedded. The glass hall acts as a climate buffer for the rooms facing it, which has a positive effect on energy saving. The vegetation runs through the hall like a green carpet and leads to a fusion of architecture and landscape.


> Landscape Architecture

Location Dresden
Competition 1st prize 2001
Construction 2003 – 2005
GFA 11.192 m²
GV 45.352 m³
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