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O/TFH to 1960 for East and West Germany – compilation of representative buildings

The synthetic one- and two-family house up to 1960 is derived from the following 12 representative buildings:

IfLB (1987), S 32

One-storey detached house, to 1960, masonry construction, converted attic

  • Exterior walls: vertical coring brick
  • Ceilings: FB-beam ceiling, timber ceiling (attic)
  • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering
Gruhler et al. (2008), S. 14

Two-storey byre-cum-dwelling house, 1870, half-timbered and masonry construction, non-converted attic

    • Exterior walls: quarrystone walls (ground floor), timber frame (first floor)
    • Ceilings: timber ceilings
    • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering
      Gruhler et al. (2008), S. 20

      One-storey one-family house, to 1960, masonry construction, non-converted attic space

      • Exterior walls: lightweight vertical coring brick
      • Ceilings: reinforced concrete
      • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering

      One-storey one-family house, to 1960, masonry construction, converted attic space

      • Exterior walls: lightweight vertical coring brick
      • Ceilings: reinforced concrete, timbered ceiling (attic)
      • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering

      Two-storey terraced house, to 1960, masonry construction, non-converted attic space

        • Exterior walls: lightweight vertical coring brick
        • Ceilings: reinforced concrete
        • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering

          Two-storey terraced house, to 1960, masonry construction, non-converted attic space

          • Exterior walls: Sand-lime brick with heat insulation
          • Ceilings: FB-beam ceiling, timber ceiling (attic)
          • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering

          Two-storey terraced house, to 1960, masonry construction with exterior cladding, flat roof with rooftop terrace

          • Exterior walls: sand-lime brick
          • Ceilings: reinforced concrete
          • Roof: flat roof with non-rigid covering and vegetation
          BtU (1927)

          One-storey one-family house, 1927, wooden construction, converted attic

          • Exterior walls: wooden frame
          • Ceilings: reinforced concrete, timber ceiling (attic)
          • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering

          Two-storey terraced house, to 1960, masonry construction with non-converted attic space

          • Exterior walls: aerated concrete
          • Ceilings: FB-beam ceiling, timbered ceiling (attic)
          • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering

          Two-storey one-family house, 1962, mixed construction (concrete, masonry), flat roof, no attic

          • Exterior walls: exposed aggregate concrete, aerated concrete with wood cladding
          • Ceilings: reinforced concrete
          • Roof: flat roof with non-rigid covering and gravel
          IfLB (1987), S. 50

          One-storey one-family house, to 1960, masonry construction, converted attic

          • Exterior walls: aerated concrete
          • Ceilings: FB-beam ceiling, timbered ceiling (attic)
          • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering
          IfLB (1987), S. 30

          One-storey two-family house, to 1960, masonry constructed, converted attic

          • Exterior walls: aerated concrete
          • Ceilings: FB-beam ceiling, timbered ceiling (attic)
          • Roof: gabled roof (timber rafters) with rigid covering