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Grundschule Bad Soden

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City, Country Bad Soden, Germany
Year 2011–2014
Client district of Main-Taunus
Architect Architektei Mey
Services Structural Engineering
Facts GFA: approx. 2,200 m² | GFA: approx. 3,500 m² | Competition: 2011, 1st prize

On the site of the former Sinai market garden in Bad Soden, a new primary school with an adjacent sports hall has been built. The two compact solitaires have square ground plans and were built on a descending slope from south to north. The school building is designed as a floating atrium building. The school building and the gymnasium are connected to each other via a common outdoor area.

The load-bearing components of the school building were constructed in in-situ concrete with beamless point-supported flat slabs.

The roof of the sports hall is a timber construction. The roof of the pitch is spanned by gabled roof trusses. The adjoining area with entrance and changing rooms provide a rafter roof.