Reference pro­jects

Sport / Lei­sure

His­to­rical Gym­nasium, Rietberg, Germany

The gym­nasium in Rietberg from 1892 domi­nates the his­toric townscape. The land­marked sports facility, the oldest in the dis­trict of Gütersloh, has been renovated and upgraded to meet future energy-effici­ency require­ments. The new timber win­dows with insu­la­ting lami­nated glass rep­li­cate their his­toric pre­de­ces­sors.

The power for the building is supplied by the energy sources rain, sun, earth, water and air, all of them having a neu­tral effect on the cli­mate. The building the­re­fore consti­tutes a major con­t­ribu­tion to the cli­mate pro­tec­tion targets of the town. The inten­tion was to meet modern con­struc­tion require­ments while mai­n­tai­ning the his­toric appearance of the building and its vicinity.
The result is the successful conjunc­tion of cli­mate pro­tec­tion and pro­tec­tion of his­toric buildings.

The tasks for GU were:
Automatic window ope­ning and clo­sing controlled by wind and rain sen­sors, automatic ven­ti­la­tion and room tempe­rature regula­tion controlled by sig­nals from the cen­tral hea­ting system, automatic smoke exhaust in the event of a fire.
Hazard preven­tion through moni­to­ring of crushing and shea­ring points and imple­menta­tion of pro­tec­tive measures to meet the required pro­tec­tion class 4.

GU solu­tion: RWA system comprising chain drives for the motor-driven ope­ra­tion of the timber win­dows for daily ven­ti­la­tion and RWA ven­ti­la­tion in the event of a fire.

Language: English
Impressionen von der Bau 2019
Impressionen von der Bau 2019