Schönberghalle is a multifunctional gymnasium built by Herbert Hussmann Architekten. Located in Pfullingen, Germany, the gymnasium stands proudly at 3080.0 m2 area within one typical orchard of the Swabian Alps. The one that led the project was Herbert Hussmann and it was finished in 2016.
Part of the building is buried in the softly sloped terrain. Due to that layout, the front courts and entrances are located on two different levels. As for the visitors, they can take the upper level that will lead them directly to the foyer and spectator area above the playing fields. The entrances are adorned with oak-wooden inlays.
For the athletes, they can access the building through the lower level which is where the playing fields and the changing rooms exist.
As for the visitors, they can take the upper level that will lead them directly to the foyer and spectator area above the playing fields. The entrances are adorned with oak-wooden inlays.
As you can see the floor and side room areas are going with robust materials.
High-Quality Carpenter Work
The walls and ceiling are the reflections of high-quality oak-wooded carpenter work. The whole design looks like the inside of a jewelry case due to its contrasting materials.
Go to the sports area, there are floor-to-ceiling glass windows which showcase the stunning view of surrounding areas. However, when needed, the façade can be covered using an exterior cover.
Schönberghalle also has a smaller gymnastic room located on the top floor. Through this area, the same mesmerizing outdoor views are being displayed. Moreover, both sports rooms are connected visually through an interior window.
Room cabinets are built around the interior window. With this construction, the cabinet provides a seating recess when people want to watch the activities on the field below.