Living in the best location
Rostock Gehlsdorf - one of the most exclusive residential areas of Rostock. With numerous villas on a riverbank, from which you can enjoy one of the best views of the entire city. Anyone who has ever been for a walk along the Gehlsdorf riverside promenade in the evening sun and let their eyes wander over the silhouette of the Hanseatic city will immediately understand why this is one of the most sought-after residential areas. Between the villas, marinas and sailboats, an exclusive residential quarter is now being built directly on the water. In the quarter, several houses are positioned directly on the quay edge.
Not only the location of the quarter is special, the buildings also have some technical specialties.
In the basement of the two buildings on the quay edge, there is an underground parking garage and a common utility room shared by the buildings. The underground parking garage is already pre-equipped for car charging stations. This means that the charging stations only need to be connected and activated by the residents. But the TGA also has a lot to offer above ground. Underfloor heating with pre-switching and modern drinking water heating via decentralized fresh water stations ensure a high level of living comfort. The residential units are also intelligently and fully equipped with smart home applications. This means that almost all of the technical equipment in the properties can be controlled using a cell phone or tablet. Highlights of this equipment include the intelligent and virus-filtering air conditioning systems, whose air flows can optionally follow or avoid the residents.
Innovative buildings need innovative planning
The planning of the north bank of Gehlsdorf was also innovative. The BIM planning method was used. The 3D planning enabled a very high transparency with the client and contributed to an efficient and fast decision making. The bill of quantities of the project could also be created directly from the REVIT model via the BIM information without gaps and errors.