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Recognition at the Roof Worlds 2023


Recognition for the "Falt:Werk" project

Under the direction of Prof. Christine Remensperger and Dipl.-Ing. Tina Draller, the student team of Mohanad Lababedi, Katharina Schreider, Enya Ullrich and Silvia Wolf won recognition at this year's 17th edition of the nationwide university competition "Dachwelten". 10 universities with a total of 40 architecture and interior design students competed in a 24-hour impromptu competition. The task was to add a storey to the former "Pentagon" bale warehouse in the Neckarspinnerei quarter in Wendlingen-Unterboihingen - an IBA'27 project, with which the Roof Worlds are cooperating this year.

Comment from the jury

"A new building with differently pitched saddle roofs appears above a strong joint. In the jury's opinion, the diverse range of spaces requires more openings than are offered. These could increase the quality of use."

The work receives recognition and 500 euros.

Mohanad Lababedi, Katharina Schreider, Enya Ullrich, Silvia Wolf

Prof. Christine Remensperger, Tina Drahtler

To the competition

The jury of the Roof Worlds competition consists of top-class experts from the fields of teaching and practice as well as leading representatives of the German Roof Center (DDZ).

The members of the jury in the Roof Worlds 2023 final are Karin Lang (IBA'27), Prof. Juergen Rustler, Prof. Jürgen Braun, Prof. Hartmut Raiser and the DDZ board members Heidrun Keul (Wienerberger), Frank Rummel (Rathscheck Schiefer) and Dr. Michael Knepper (Rheinzink).

The Germany-wide university competition for pitched roofs

Under the motto "Ganz Schön Schräg", the Dachwelten university competition focuses on the construction, design and relevance of pitched roofs. Founded in 2007, the competition has developed into an attractive platform that promotes an intensive exchange between manufacturing companies and teaching.

Dachwelten 2023 is endowed with prize money totaling 10,000 euros.

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Photo credits

  • Fh Dortmund
  • Fachhochschule Dortmund | Laura Wiederhold

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