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Multi-family home to 1918

Up to 1918 the typical multi-family house of the so-called Gründerzeit period (1870 to 1918) was two to four storeys high, arranged in open or closed blocks around a central courtyard. The buildings were either constructed from masonry (plastered or exposed brickwork) or masonry in combination with half-timbering.  

The composition of this synthetic building can be seen here.

Areas and volumes

Areas and volumes according to DIN 277

Usable area 610 m²
Main usable area 403 m²
Residual usable area 207 m²
Service area 0 m²
Circulation area 84 m²
Net floor area 695 m²
Construction area 163 m²
Gross floor area 858 m²
Gross volume 2,537 m³

Areas of building elements

Foundation 155 m²
Exterior walls 713 m²
Interior walls 689 m²
Ceilings 606 m²
Roof 218 m²
Other 150 m²

Materials

Building materials classified into groups

Plaster, screed, mortar 268 t
Concrete 65 t
Masonry 593 t
Building panels 0 t
Wood, engineered woods 39 t
Insulation materials 5 t
Roof coverings 6 t
Sheeting and waterproofing materials 1 t
Other materials, bulk fill 157 t
Metals 1 t
Total 1,135 t