WBG Volkswerft, Stralsund
The revitalisation of old prefab buildings is one of our specialities. In Stralsund we didn’t use colours, patterns and trompe-l’œil to disguise the architecture. Rather, we emphasised the slab structure by creating the illusion of gaps between the slabs. In addition, the rhythmic arrangement of the windows was used for the new segmentation and loosening up of the solid block. The maritime colour palette symbolises not only the location close to the Baltic Sea, but also stands for the housing association that commissioned the project.
Bauverein Halle & Leuna eG Cabinet of curiosities A gigantic display cabinet on a gable tells the story of the historic town on the river
KWG Senftenberg Prefab in 3D Two-dimensionality as a barrier to façade painting? Not for us. Using the trompe-l’œil (French: ‘deceive the eye’) technique, we use
WBG Wittenberge From eyesore to eye-catcher In the Brandenburg town of Wittenberge, an East German prefab right on the old market square was increasingly perceived