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conversion, extension and reconstruction'Tomburg Realschule', Rheinbach

Architecture

the project

The Tomburg Realschule in Rheinbach, which was built in 1964, consists of a 2-storey, almost square building with a courtyard and a 1-storey, natural-science tract connected by 2 connecting galleries. In the 90s, the building was supplemented by a 2-storey extension with a total of 4 classrooms. In order to meet the increased demands of today's school operation, the Tomburg Realschule is being expanded and rebuilt.

project data

client
City of Rheinbach
location
Rheinbach
building type
school buildings
services
conversion, extension and reconstruction
area
education and research
conversion and reconstruction
scope of services
Lph 1-9 HOAI
completion
period
-
GFA
7.039 m²
NFA
6.122 m²

our work

The new rooms resulting from the extension will be integrated into the existing building, windows and façade will be renewed, the roof renovated and fire protection improved. The new building comprises two independent areas: Component 1 of the extension - with a total of 4 classrooms, two parent's consulting rooms and one teaching aid room - is developing in extension of an existing wing of the Realschule. This is 'plugged' through the existing building. Component 2 is placed in the 'groove' between the main building and the 'natural science wing'.
Different areas of the existing building are being reused and rebuilt. Thus, in addition to a computer room and a library, a new work space is created. The school will be completely refurbished and its existing roofs will be renovated energetically.

workroom
library
corridor area
extension
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