BSBK Vocational College

Partition walls contribute to the attractiveness of the training centre.

With its new building for Bad Krozingen Vocational College, the Breisgau Hochschwarzwald District Office has created a modern place of learning for 500 students. The college's training focuses are health and care. The college was planned by Aldinger Architekten from Stuttgart, winners of the design competition. In response to the building's geographical location at the entrance to the town, the building structure extends over the entrance area. The entrance is thus emphasized and at the same time covered.
Landratsamt Breisgau Hochschwarzwald
Vocational College, Bad Krozingen
Aldinger Architekten Planungsgesellschaft GmbH, Stuttgart
Bad Krozingen
Partition walls
fecopur, fecodoor wood, fecowall
Nikolay Kazakov

The central corridors of the building, which is designed as a two-floor structure, have been significantly widened by more than four metres compared to the norm and form places of encounter and communication. Benches with real-wood veneered seats, which feco-feederle has designed as special furniture, invite users to linger. Together with the feco system corridor walls, they form a design unit. With the fecopur fire-protection glazing and aluminium-framed glass doors, the central zones are brightly and attractively lit with natural daylight while incorporating a reference to the outside world. College Director Christine Seifert says: “We’re happy with the spacious rooms, good ventilation and the fact that the building is so brightly lit.” At the same time, glass doors of sound insulation class 3 with a sound insulation test value of Rw,P = 42 dB and the fecowand solid wall with Rw,P = 52 dB ensure good sound insulation in the classrooms.

The colour combination of porcelain-white wall and door surfaces with the bronze powder-coated aluminium profiles of the post-and-beam construction together with the wooden seating surfaces give the interior a friendly, elegant character. All the wood and wood-based materials for the doors, panels and veneers of the feco partition wall system come from sustainable forestry and are PEFC-certified.

The sustainably-designed college will contribute to reducing the shortage of skilled workers in the care sector, while the additional students will enliven the image of Bad Krozingen, a spa town known for its large number of retired inhabitants and visitors. feco system partition walls made of glass and wood contribute to the attractiveness of the training centre.

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