On Site | LELF Paulienenaue
At the LELF construction site great progress has been done on the building envelope. The mounting of the façade, consisting of horizontal rhombus slats of untreated larch wood, is largely completed. The slats, arranged in a wild bond, make the joints of the individual exterior wall elements seemingly invisible . The use of different slat sizes strengthens this character and generates a homogeneous surface. At individual points, the slats run across the windows and provide additional burglary protection for summer night cooling.
Furthermore, the interior expansion is also progressing. The heating screed has been laid on the ground floor right in time for Christmas. The drywall construction and installation work are also in full progress, so that the split fill and screed work on the upper floor can be carried out at the beginning of next year.