Dortmannhof in Essen, Germany is completed. Inside a 15m high barn from 1791 we added living and working spaces for a family of musicians. The original building is under monument protection, so all existing walls were kept. The new structures are built so they can be removed, and the house returned to its original appearance.
We are happy to announce that we have received the building permission for The Lake House. The building is located at a lakeshore within the city of Berlin and will contain a center for sport and health.
The construction is expected to start in Spring 2020.
Location: City of Berlin, Germany.
More information coming soon.
This week the foundation of our first house in Greece is being casted. The house is located on the Cycladic island Kythnos and is planned to be completed in during Autumn 2020.
The prefabricated wooden elements are ready to be installed on the roof of a house in Berlin Pankow. The project is planned to be completed during Summer 2020.
Sigurd Larsen Architekten GmbH is commissioned to design and build a new public school in the city of Lengerich. We are excited to work with a spacial translation of the new German school reform for the second time in the federal state of North Rhine – Westphalia.
Location: Lengerich, NRW Germany
Friday 20th of September Gesamtschule Rheda-Wiedenbrück was officially opened by Mayor Theo Mettenborg.
The school is located in the German state Northrein Westphalia and has been designed to accommodate the new school reform of project based work where the pupils spend preparation time at the school.
The Mountain House in Austria is completed. Situated 800m above sea level it offers a fantastic view of the valley and mountains. Prefabricated cross laminated timber was chose due to the remote location.
Sigurd Larsen plus team is commissioned to create an art piece for the anniversary exhibition of the Bauhaus School “ORIGINAL BAUHAUS, DIE JUBILÄUMSAUSSTELLUNG” in Berlinische Galerie organized by the Bauhaus Archiv in Berlin.
- September 5th 2019 at 19.00
- Berlinische Galerie
Alte Jakobstraße 124–128
- More information about the exhibition