The public accessible timberconstruction hangs in 7m hight, in a silver fir. The accessbridge is approximately 20m long and was founded on a innovativ screw-foundation. While being planned, the details for timberprotection were faced from different views to achive a long lifespan for part-weathered material.
Photos in building process
Photos in completion
Woof & Skelle: BUILDING ENSEMBLE FOR SOCIAL HOUSING AND KINDERGARTEN | ELLENER HOF
The two new buildings, Woof & Skelle, are part of the Ellener Hof district developed by the Bremer Heimstiftung, consisting …
POST & BEAM HOUSE
The oldest parts of this conservation listed timber frame house date back to the 18th century. It is located in …