The client LVM wants to use the construction project to further develop the Pluggendorf district and create living space for families, students, senior citizens, single households and urgently needed specialist workers. Childcare, restaurants and local amenities are also planned for the new neighbourhood, as well as community meeting places, offices and medical care. The green spaces in the quarter will account for more than a third of the total area. LVM is aiming for a DGNB platinum certification for the entire quarter. Among other things, the sustainability concept consists of a modern mobility concept; there will be no motorised traffic within the quarter. Those who want to reach the quarter will be guided directly into an underground car park. There is also an underground bicycle garage for around 1,800 bicycles. Birgit Schlösser, partner at HPP Architekten GmbH, explains: "We are using HPP's many years of experience to create a quarter of outstanding architectural quality and at the same time lively and, above all, inclusive coexistence at this special location in Münster. Pluggendorf will become a milestone for future-oriented concepts."
Due to the extensive experience in the planning and execution of complex large-scale projects, HPP were commissioned by LVM with the integrative general planning for the project “Klosterareal Pluggendorf”. The project is being developed in the design phase in close cooperation with the five other participating architectural firms KRESINGS, Lorenzen Mayer, Hosoya Schaefer, KBNK and 3pass.
Visualisations: © LVM Versicherung/moka-studio