THE FINALISTS FOR THE SECOND PHASE HAVE NOW BEEN DETERMINED!

Affordable living ist he subject of discussions far beyond Germany – and for this reason an architecture prize is addressing the topic for the first time.

The Head of the Department of Planning of the City of Frankfurt/Main is awarding the “Homes for All” architecture prize together with Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) and ABG Frankfurt Holding, and with the Federal Foundation of Baukultur, the German Association of Cities, and the Hessen Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners as partners. BPD Immobilienentwicklung GmbH is generously supporting the prize.

Over 100 architects both inside and outside Germany accepted the invitation and submitted a total of 131 projects that have either already been realized or are currently under construction. They highlight the sheer diversity, creativity and quality of current housing construction for everyone – in Germany, as well as in the Netherlands, France and Great Britain, in Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Norway, Finland, and Poland.

With a view to exploiting the inspiration from all over Europe for the city of Frankfurt, a jury of experts honored ten outstanding structures from the projects submitted. The prize-winners automatically qualify for the conceptualization of the development of the Hilgenfeld district in northwest Frankfurt, which begins in May 2018. The jury will select up to three entries for realization, with construction work due to begin in late 2019 / early 2020.

A catalog featuring entries submitted in the call for projects, as well as designs for the Hilgenfeld district in Frankfurt, will appear in March 2019 in conjunction with another exhibition at DAM.

THE FINALISTS FOR THE SECOND PHASE ARE:

Atelier Kempe Thill, Rotterdam (Netherlands)
with the project
Social housing Montmartre, Paris (France)

Duplex Architekten AG, Zurich (Switzerland)
with the project
Hunziker-Areal, "Mehr als Wohnen" / Haus A, Zurich (Switzerland)

Florian Nagler Architekten GmbH, Munich (Germany)
with the project
Parkplatzüberbauung Dantebad, Munich (Germany)

ARGE ifau | HEIDE & VON BECKERATH, Berlin (Germany)
with the project
Integratives Bauprojekt am ehemaligen Blumengroßmark (IBEB), Berlin (Germany)

ANNE LACATON & JEAN PHILIPPE VASSAL, Paris (France)
with the project
59 Dwellings in Neppert Gardens, Mulhouse (France)

NL Architects, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
with the project
Klencke - Terras op Zuid, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

pool Architekten, Zurich (Switzerland)
with the project
Hunziker-Areal, "Mehr als Wohnen" / Haus G, Zurich (Switzerland)

Praeger Richter Architekten GmbH, Berlin (Germany)
with the project
AUSBAUHAUS NEUKÖLLN, Viel Raum zum Wohnen für unterschiedliche Lebensentwürfe, Berlin (DE)

ROBERTNEUN™ ARCHITEKTEN GMBH, Berlin (Germany)
with the project
AM LOKDEPOT 6, WOHN- UND ATELIERSTAUS, Berlin (DE)

ARGE schneider+schumacher Architekten ZT GmbH, Frankfurt Main (Germany) / / projektbau gmbh, Wien (Austria)
with the project
Residential complex Podhagskygasse, Vienna (Austria)

Herausgeber: © Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt a.M., Schaumainkai 43, 23.07.2018