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MFH to 1918 for East and West Germany – compilation of representative buildings

The synthetic multi-family house to 1918 is derived from the following eight representative buildings:

Schulze, Walther (1990a), S. 7

Four-storey multi-family house, pre-1918, half-timbered construction, unused attic

  • Exterior walls: plastered brickwork with half-timbering
  • Ceilings: wooden beams (cellar: stone vault)
  • Roof: mansard roof with rigid and non-rigid covering
Schulze, Walther (1990a), S. 16

Three-storey multi-family house, 1870-1918, masonry construction, unused attic

  • Exterior walls: plastered brickwork
  • Ceilings: wooden beams (cellar: stone vault)
  • Roof: gabled roof (< 45°) with rigid covering
    Schulze, Walther (1990a), S. 27

    Four-storey multi-family house, 1871-1918, masonry construction, unused attic

      • Exterior walls: plastered brickwork
      • Ceilings: wooden beams (cellar: stone vault)
      • Roof: gabled roof (< 45°) with rigid covering
        BtU Gebäudesanierung (2002)

        Two-storey multi-family house, 1870-1918, masonry construction, converted attic

          • Exterior walls: plastered brickwork
          • Ceilings: wooden beams (cellar: stone vault)
          • Roof: gabled roof with rigid covering

               

            Schulze, Walther (1990a), S. 10

            Two-storey multi-family house, 1872, half-timbered, converted attic

            • Exterior walls: half-timbering and plastered brickwork
            • Ceilings: wooden beams (cellar: stone vault)
            • Roof: gabled roof with non-rigid covering
            Schulze, Walther (1990a), S. 21

            Three-storey multi-family house, 1905, masonry construction, unused attic

              • Exterior walls: plastered brickwork
              • Ceilings: wooden beams
              • Roof: gabled roof (< 45°) with rigid covering
                Schulze, Walther (1990a), S. 52

                Four-storey multi-family house, 1888, masonry construction, unused attic

                  • Exterior walls: plastered brickwork
                  • Ceilings: wooden beams (cellar: stone vault)
                  • Roof: “Berlin roof” (combined gabled and shed roof) with rigid and non-rigid covering
                    Schulze, Walther (1990a), S. 49

                    Four-storey multi-family house, 1900, masonry construction, converted attic

                    • Exterior walls: plastered brickwork
                    • Ceilings: wooden beams (cellar: stone vault)
                    • Roof: gabled roof with rigid and non-rigid covering