sfw-city 2010

The loft space of this former factory building in Moabit is meant to be a new home for the streetfootball organizers to help them prepare the Streetfootball World Cup of 2010 in South Africa which for the first time they organize together with FIFA. In dealing with the space concept, Raumstar realized the entire project themselves, from the drafting stage right up to interior decorating and furnishing the office. In accordance with the rough-diamond image of streetfootball and the globally geared orientation of the clients, building materials such as plywood, waxed stone floors, and carpeting were used throughout, thus creating an extremely open, communicative kind of room for the team working on this project.

 

streetfootballworld office 01
streetfootballworld office 01
streetfootballworld office 04
streetfootballworld office 04
streetfootballworld office 02
streetfootballworld office 02
streetfootballworld office 03
streetfootballworld office 03
streetfootballworld office ground plan

streetfootballworld office ground plan

streetfootballworld office detail

streetfootballworld office detail

Year
2007
Area
400 qm
concrete, wood, carpet, technical installations
Berlin

streetfootballworld city 2010
New office space has been created for the team of streetfootball world. The loft of a former factory building in the Berlin district of Moabit has been fully converted by raumstar* to give the team of organizers an ideal playground for preparing the next streetfootball world festival in Southafrica in 2010.

Architect
Michael Kloos with Kim Wang
Planning levels (Hoai)
1 - 8
Team
George Koch, Alexander Frisse- Bremann, Christoph Bartscherer
Photographer
Roland Horn