The colorfulness of a location that has grown over time creates a homely environment for the newly established residential town.
Location New Town Netzaberg, 92676 Eschenbach i. d. Oberpfalz
Builder Bundesanstalt für Immobilienaufgaben Bonn
Planning Planungs GmbH 3P Bayreuth
Color concept Brillux color studio Munich
Execution Zapf GmbH Bayreuth
Color design manages to differentiate and to join together at the same time: The result has flair.
Still (almost) no man's land on the Netzaberg: View of building sections E1 to E5 in June 2006.
From August 2006, the raw shell construction (in the front construction field), exterior work and internal fittings (back) begin to interlink.
Tight deadlines: The workers have just 2.5 days of pure working time per residential building for the entire facade work.
832 houses in twelve independent building stages, lots of green, a living center: The “Netzaberg Housing Area” is designed to give its residents the feeling of a location that has grown over time.
The entire selection for the facade color design includes 30 shades that are coordinated harmoniously with the Brillux Color System Scala. Color design from the Brillux color studio Munich.
The typical colors of Hamburg, Berlin and Munich inspired the color design for New Town Netzaberg. Clearly visible in the supervision plan: the color accent of the houses on the access roads, with accesses marked visually with a gate. Color design from the Brillux color studio Munich.
The vibrant color shade variety of the facades is visible on the aerial view of the completed building stages to the east.
Interesting perspectives: The relaxed building development with the exciting color interplays creates a character that appears to have grown over time. There is adequate space in front of the individual buildings, opening up the houses to each other.
The houses were consciously decorated in a bolder color shade on the access roads to create a gate-like situation. The colorfulness is more understated in the center of the development.
Ein durchgehendes Fußwegenetz und eingebettete Platzsituationen unterstützen die organische Wirkung der Siedlung und schaffen die Möglichkeit für die Bewohner, soziale Kontakte zu pflegen.
Rasantes Bautempo: Seit April 2007 werden im Monat 80 Wohngebäude fertig übergeben.
Residential housing developments in Germany are rarely this impressive: The “New Town Netzaberg” in the Upper Palatinate region is a completely newly built residential town for 3,600 US soldiers and their families. In addition to the architecture of the residential houses, the color design of the facades plays a key role in creating the desired harmonious atmosphere in the area. The goal was to find a representative and creative concept that also combines the highest material quality and economic efficiency. The color design of “New Town Netzaberg” was created completely by the Brillux color studio Munich. The task and goal was to give the residential development, with its eleven different types of houses, the impression of a vibrant area that has grown over time. The basis for the color design was an in-house documentation of typical regional colors in Germany. Six major cities were studied for this; the experienced Brillux experts chose three of these as a basis for the color concept: Hamburg, Munich and Berlin. The result: a palette of 30 color shades that gives the groups of buildings an individual profile and also reinforces the homogeneous overall impression. The end result takes you on an exciting journey through the colors of Germany as you travel the 2.5 km from one end of the development to the other. The specialist magazine Mappe reported on this object:View article (PDF)