Companies are often faced with the challenge of providing living space for employees involved in a wide range of projects that is as needs-based and cost-effective as possible within a relatively short period of time. With the flexible concept of container modules, there is a wide range of options for the temporary accommodation of employees and project participants on-site.
Affordable hotels with exceptional design are also among the major trends in the international hospitality industry. Guests’ expectations in terms of design and comfort are rising, and at the same time, sustainable hotel concepts are in demand.
Project: Boardinghouse Wertheim
With its “My Home” project, Wohnen auf Zeit MAX Wertheim GmbH has built the region’s first temporary living quarter. Building blocks for the architecturally sophisticated and sustainable pioneering project are 21 modules from Containerwerk that have been refined into living space.
Client: Wohnen auf Zeit MAX Wertheim GmbH
Architect: Weekender Architekten
Project scope: 21 x CW 40 S
Status: in operation
Completion date: 02/2020
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At 26 square meters, each private unit offers more than most hotel rooms; a fully equipped kitchenette, a private terrace, a separate entrance, a light-flooded dining and working area for up to four people, parking space directly in front of the door, and “the good feeling of living in your own home,” says developer Felix von Knobelsdorff. Of course, conveniences such as free WLAN or a flat-screen TV are not missing either. The often desired self-catering is completed by hotel-like services, such as regular bed linen, towel, and room cleaning. “It is important to me that every guest feels at home. The apartments offer a feel-good factor, privacy, and yet maximum flexibility.”
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For more information on the project, download the press release here.