Stuttgart

Villengarten

The approximately 10,000 square metre site in the north of Stuttgart was put out to tender by the state of Baden-Württemberg throughout the EU and was purchased by EPPLE Projekt GmbH at the beginning of 2012.

In the middle of 2012 EPPLE Projekt GmbH initiated a competition in cooperation with Lhst. Stuttgart. Eighteen renowned international architectural offices took part in the competition for the new development of the area. After the first three prize winners had been revised, the jury unanimously recommended the design by architects Kuehn Malvezzi from Berlin for realisation.

Villengarten was created with great effort in a quiet, half-height location close to the city centre in Stuttgart-Nord. In addition to the qualities of the location and the floor plan design, it is above all the planning, design and construction quality that sustainably secures the value of the complex. This was made possible by a cooperation with the traditional construction company Gustav Epple from Stuttgart, who supported the ambitious concept and made it feasible: rain gutters and pipes disappear behind the facade, all materials are matched to a well thought-out colour concept and the recess in the central area of the underground car park allows deep-rooted trees space to develop.

Every detail of the architecture, the garden and the interiors has been intensively thought through and optimised. This has resulted in timeless beauty with a straightforward design language and values that will inspire today and in the future.

Villengarten, Stuttgart

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