As the first of its type in Germany the former site of the US-Army Kelley Barracks is to be transformed into a unique place where it is possible to experience issues of healthy nutrition with organic products and sustainability. In a campus-like setting three areas, "Super-Nature-Market", "Organic Experience Farm" and "Office World", will all showcase the processes inherent to food production from the nurturing / tendering of crops through harvesting and marketing to the preparation, cooking and consumption.
The Alnatura Campus is complemented by a Kindergarten serving both staff and local residents.
The „Office World“ will offer exemplary working conditions for the staff of Alnatura responding to the demands of a future-orientated workplace. Sustainable construction techniques are illustrated by the intelligent selection of building materials and supported by the controlled application of energy-efficient technical equipment. The result is a „workshop“ where the constantly evolving forms of work, are clearly visible to the visitor.
The generous size of the site allows for optimal day lighting throughout the building. The asymmetric roof form allows northlight to flood into the atrium without unwanted solar gains. Workspaces for 500 staff cover 10,000 sqm, spread over 3 floors.
Regenerative materials such as timber and compacted earth, together with recycled materials, are employed throughout in the pursuit of a climate neutral building.
Campus 360 GmbH
Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl – Überlingen / Germany
Tender and Construction Site Monitoring
BGG Grünzig Ingenieurgesellschaft - Bad Homburg / Germany
Knippers & Helbig – Stuttgart / Germany
Transsolar – Stuttgart / Germany
Henne & Walter – Reutlingen / Germany
ib.schwarz – Stuttgart / Germany
KNP – Köln / Germany
Fire Protection Consultant
Tichelmann & Barillas – Darmstadt / Germany
Rammed Earth Masonry
Lehm Ton Erde - Schlins, Austria
Marc Doradzillo, Alnatura / Germany
60.000 m2 Campus
10.000 m2 Office World
1.000 m2 SuperNaturmarket
1.500 m2 KinderNaturGarten