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One- and two-family house 1961 to 1990

The one- and two-family house from 1961-1990 is a building constructed in the form of a detached, semi-detached or terraced house with one or two floors (buildings with only one floor generally with a converted attic), usually constructed in masonry (brick, aerated concrete, sand-lime brick) and partly in wood (wooden frame). 

The composition of this synthetic building can be seen here.

Areas and volumes

Areas and volumes according to DIN 277

Usable area202 m²
Main usable area125 m²
Residual usable area77 m²
Service area0 m²
Circulation area 13 m²
Net floor area 216 m²
Construction area 41 m²
Gross floor area 257 m²
Gross volume 686 m³

Areas of building components

Foundation92 m²
Exterior walls280 m²
Interior walls157 m²
Cailings181 m²
Roof109 m²
Other42 m²


Building materials classified into groups

Concrete136 t
Bricks36 t
Asbestos0 t
Other minerals124 t
Wood, engineered woods7 t
Other renewables1 t
Plastics1 t
Bituminous minerals0 t
Ferrous metals14 t
Non-ferrous metals10 t
Total318 t