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Wohnanlage Tapachstraße

Faller + Schröder presented a new archetype of stepped housing complexes in the 1960s and 70s, similar to Neave Brown’s Alexandra and Ainsworth Road Estate. Unlike stepped residential complexes shaped like triangular prisms with steadily decreasing floor spaces towards the top, the recessed levels are all sized identically here. The canopied backside facing the street is used for access balconies and for a parking garage. The apartments face a greenway with bungalows. Written by Sandra Pappe




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