Lindenpark Elmshorn - restructuring into a multi-generation house
The Lindenpark senior citizens' residence near Elmshorn consists of a former hospital from the 1920s and an extension which was built in 1994 as a mother-child spa and was also converted into a nursing home for the elderly. Parts of the old building have already housed a day care centre since 2010.
The aim of the restructuring is to continue to operate the Lindenpark senior citizens' residence as a multi-generation house. In addition to the existing nursing home with dementia ward, assisted living and a day care centre are to be integrated. Furthermore, the day-care centre for children is to be restructured and extended, and a women's shelter is also to be provided.
The extensive outdoor facilities are to be converted into a park in the long term. A common garden and courtyard area is planned. All residents will have the opportunity to use, maintain and play in this area together. The north-eastern area is to be planned as an exercise and walking area.
Esmarchstr. 22-24, Elmshorn, Germany SH
Concept study, Object planning LPH 1-2 HOAI