Ellener Hof, Bremen – Interior work in progress

The non-load-bearing internal walls and the facing shells of the KLH flat partitions have been erected for all the apartments. The flat stations, consisting of media, electrical, and heating distribution cabinets, have been installed in the conventional drywalls provided for … Continued

Ellener Hof, Bremen – Locksmith’s work

The locksmith made the security rails for both houses out of flat steel. The banisters for the staircases were later painted in anthracite. The railings of the roof terraces will also be installed on the parapet system elements from Lukas … Continued

Ellener Hof, Bremen – Larch wood façade panels are installed

Both houses are already fitted with the back-ventilated pre-grey larch wood façade panels, on the exterior system wall from Lukas Lang Building Technologies GmbH. The attic façade was partially built using conventional construction methods. In this case, the substructure of … Continued

Ellener Hof, Bremen

Project information

GEWOBA AG Bauen und Wohnen
Rembertiring 27
28195 Bremen
Lukas Lang Building Technologies GmbH
Firmiangasse 7
1130 Vienna
Ludwig-Roselius-Allee, 28327 Bremen
Start of planning
Start of construction works
2nd quarter 2024
Construction costs
Size of order
Overall planning


In the residential quarter “Ellener Hof” in Bremen, two residential buildings with approx. 40 residential units will be built on the basis of the GdW master agreement “Serial and modular construction”. The system design is based on an ecologically and energetically high-quality wooden frame with variable infill elements. With the timber construction kit system from Lukas Lang Building Technologies GmbH, the standardised prefabricated panels are assembled directly at the construction site using conventional hand tools and cordless screwdrivers. This construction system enables a high degree of flexibility and adaptability in every phase in which the building is used.
The buildings are designed as 6- and 7-span structures on a through-put access axis. Along this light-flooded central zone, 3-4 flats per floor are situated on both sides. In front of the flats are open areas in the form of terraces and balconies. The plant troughs on the balconies, together with the roof gardens, ensure a high proportion of greenery in the building envelope. Both houses have a large community terrace with roof garden on the 3rd floor.

Project was presented at the Expert conference Modularer Wohnbau 2021 

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