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German hotel & architecture photographer Vivien Renziehausen portrayed the newly built company building of Plangrad architects in Bremen, Germany. The building was designed and planned by the respective company itself.
Photographer
Vivien Renziehausen
Tools used
Sony Alpha 7Riii, Sony 16-35mm f/4 lens, Manfrotto Tripod
Project name
Plangrad Architects
Architecture firm
Plangrad Architects
The clearly structured residential building complies with the specifications of the development plan, but interprets it in a modern way and still fits very well into the surrounding traditional and rural housing. The facade, consisting of horizontal wooden lathing and large glass surfaces, appears rather closed to the street, but opens up with larg...
Project name
Einfamilienhaus J am Starnberger See
Architecture firm
WSM Architekten
Location
Starnberger See, Bayern, Germany
Photography
Anto Jularic
GRAFT’s design for a private villa in Berlin’s venerable Grunewald quarter presents a striking, modern interpretation of comfortable living in the city. It’s trapezoidal, sculptural form and modern architectural language symbolizes a boulder in a glacial landscape and differentiates it from its neighbours.
Project name
Villa M
Architecture firm
GRAFT
Location
Berlin, Germany
Photography
Frank Herfort, Tobias Hein
Next to the renovated main building of the Tabalugahaus (former youth hostel Jägersbrunn), which was financed by the Thomas-Haffa-Foundation + Peter Maffay Foundation in 2010, was an old, dilapidated summer house.  Already parallel to the renovation, long before the building owner knew what was to happen to it, we proposed to create a bold and mode...
Project name
Begegnungshaus Jägersbrunn
Architecture firm
WSM Architekten
Location
Jägersbrunn, Starnberg, Germany
Photography
Andreas Hofer
The subject of the modification was the old Laundry house, which stands in the garden of the “Altes Pfarrhaus”, which was renovated five years ago, and for a long time was used only as a storage room.
Project name
Literaturcafé in Pöcking
Architecture firm
WSM Architekten
Location
Pöcking, Bayern, Germany
Photography
Sascha Kletzsch
On the Hauptstrasse in Berlin Schöneberg GRAFT revitalized the historical post office premises, expanding it with two new buildings and converting the original rooftops for commercial purposes. Thus a 32,000m² modern ensemble accessible to the public was created comprising offices, restaurants, retail outlets and apartments.
Project name
BRICKS
Architecture firm
GRAFT
Location
Berlin, Germany
Photography
BTTR GmbH, Trockland / Noam Rosenthal