Flöha child daycare centre
Project duration from 2010 to 2018
Große Kreisstadt Flöha
- Technical details:
Gross floor area: approx. 3,890 m²
Gross enclosed space: approx. 14,1920 m³
Architecture competition, 1st place
Property planning, electrical engineering, heating/ventilation/sanitation
Structural planning, LPH 1-5
Outdoor areas, LPH 1-9
Creation of an ad lib draft design, advance planning, draft design planning, implementation planning, tendering, awarding of contract, construction supervision including consultation about legal aspects of this listed building; opinions for transport equipment management
In 2010, OBERMEYER won the architecture competition to convert and renovate the ‘Shedhalle’ listed industrial structure, part of the former cotton spinning mill, the ‘Alte Baumwolle Flöha’. The intention here is to create the ‘Flöha Village for Children’ [Kinderdorf Flöha]. The child daycare centre opened in 2014 now offers 360 spaces, making it the largest of its kind in Saxony.
Inside the historical main hall, a two-storey structure was erected in a brick construction with steel-reinforced concrete ceilings with lightwells and open playtime courtyards between the buildings.