On behalf of "Green City Experience", we developed a temporary architecture for the climate camp on the Roßmarkt in Frankfurt a.M. in 2017 and implemented it on site. With different equipment details such as solar cells or grass on the roof, six wooden houses served as exhibition space for six main topics of climate change.
In addition, comfortable and flexible pallet-furniture and a stage, which was presented with a varied programme of the climate camp, ensured a brief transformation of the well-known city square into a feel-good oasis with a political message.
+ Format: Temporary Architecture
A temporary architectural intervention is a good impulse to initiate long-term spatial processes and transformation. Our designs for such interventions through temporary buildings are site-specific, modular and spectacular. We plan in such a way that the implementation and structural production of these sites can take place directly with those who will subsequently use them and, if necessary, want to further develop them: Low-threshold in structural complexity with the highest demands on design and the potential to develop new spatial narratives.
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Photos: 1-3: Eckhart Krumpholz; 3-14: Thomas Lohnes
Client: Green City Frankfurt
Place: Frankfurt, Germany
Media: Green City Website