The building at Baaderstraße 53 was built in 1895 by the architect Georg Müller and is a listed building.
The late construction period for the street - and the resulting change from the neo-renaissance to the neo-baroque - can be explained by the fact that there was a wider development gap in this section, which could only be closed in the 1890s. The windows of the now simplified facade were originally encased in neo-coco shapes. According to the input planning, the house, which has a deep rear wing, should only have two apartments per floor, with the larger one having a bathroom at the back.
In close coordination with the monument authority, three maisonette apartments have now been built into the two roof levels, 120 years later. The high technical requirements for comfort and the energetic standard were always in the foreground of the measure while maintaining the special building fabric.
Gross Floor Area
Planning-/ Construction time
2015 - 2018
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