Embedded in the surrounding Franconian hills, the building ensemble fulfills the legitimate expectations of a contemporary architectural language, while at the same time taking into account the rural building typologies of Franconia.
Comparable to a new district, the planned sports camp expands the municipal area of Bischofsgrün and thus forms an independent, new address.
The main and reception building stands out from the other parts of the development with a mighty gable roof, following the building typology typical of the region. Despite a consistent and compact block shape, the design plays with differentiated storeys and building components and allows for interesting internal and external views. The loosely grouped huts in the camp area are staggered, mostly arranged in pairs, following the gradient of the slope. Natural and simple materials such as timber, natural stone, clay, zinc in combination with glass determine the appearance of the sports camp. Robust, independent and sustainable, the camp will promptly 'merge' with its natural environment.
The camp area: simple, practical, good, the camp huts follow the style of the Franconian farmhouse.
Thanks to the use of small series production for an elementary timber structure with integrated furniture construction (cabinets, beds, stairs, etc.) an extremely economical production, easy-care and robust use can be predicted. The interior arrangement over two levels allows both a 3- and a 4-bed use. The standard occupancy with two residential units and two bathrooms can also be adapted to individual offers if necessary. Slight offsets and the coupling of two huts via pergolas create interesting and individual open spaces with a high value as a place to stay. The placement of individual trees and groups of trees defines additional protected areas and accompanies the users of the camp in the colors of the seasons.