Apartment building



Berlin, Germany

Construction
June to July 2005
Surface Area
350 m²
Substrate
Mainly bitumen sheeting, plastics and metal

Brief Description

A flat roof on a pitched roof would be a layman‘s fair description of the Berlin-style roof. More appropriately it is described as a truncated, asymmetric mansard roof. This type of construction is frequently encountered in large cities and dates back to the beginning of the 19th century, when there was a need for low-cost accommodation. The basic conditions here were as follows: The roof structure of the U-shaped apartment building was made of wood. The visible faces of the pitched roof were shingle-clad and the flat roof was waterproofed with bitumen sheeting. When the leaking roof was due for refurbishment, the apartment owners‘ association chose a liquid-resin waterproofing system with fleece reinforcement throughout to preserve the fabric of the building.

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WestWood Liquid Technologies Ltd.
31 Morris Road,
Nuffield Industrial Estate
Poole, Dorset BH17 0GG
United Kingdom

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Trade Association

  • LRWA
  • DIBt
  • NFRC
  • EOTA
  • BPA
  • BBA