Housing for All
The 440-page volume is furthermore complemented by ten concepts of affordable housing that asserted themselves in the second phase of the "Housing for All" competition. For this competition Frankfurt am Main's Department for Planning and Construction joined ranks with the Deutsches Architekturmuseum (German Architecture Museum) and the ABG Frankfurt Holding. Renowned architecture bureaus from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands and France were chosen from the entries and asked to provide concepts for the development of construction sites in Frankfurt's Hilgenfeld district. Their contributions provide new and innovative impulses for the discourse on affordable housing that will influence projects far beyond this specific German city.
The competition "Housing for All" sees itself as a procedural model for the creation of high-quality affordable housing on the Hilgenfeld construction site of north-west Frankfurt. In the first phase of the competition more than 130 residential buildings from the past four years were submitted that adhere to this principle of providing affordable housing. The funding of 40 per cent of the residential units on the Hilgenfeld site will be publicly subsidised, the remaining privately funded rental housing will be offered at reduced rates.
The design concepts for the Hilgenfeld that were chosen in the second phase of the competition will go on show at the German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt during the exhibition "Housing for All: building 1:1", which runs from April 13 to June 23, 2019.
Paul Andreas / Karen Jung / Peter Cachola Schmal (Eds.)
Housing for All Catalogue of Buildings 1
34 × 245 mm, 440 pages approx. 800 images, soft cover
ISBN 978-3-86922-723-8 (English)
EUR 38,00 March 2019. DOM publishers, Berlin
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