The Hensen-Höber House at the Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel unites under one roof a variety of different uses of the CAU Institufe Animal Breeding and Husbandry and the Institute of Physiology. The new building offers space for offices, research and living areas as well as workshops. The building structure with its multiply folded gable roof, the linear facade made of öko skin slats in silvergrey and the horizontal window elements create a clearly structured complex that harmoniously blends into the existing campus. The U-shaped building meets the site’s high standards for monument protection, networking, and bringing together the various users.
Photos: Ditz Fejer