In order to prepare the future need for fire and disaster control facilities in the state of Brandenburg, the county of Dahme-Spreewald planned a corresponding extension on the southwestern outskirts of the city of Luckau. With the competition entry, the first thing to do was to consider the urban and natural context in a partially listed existing environment. This was achieved through the typical gable roof archetype used, which is formed by a light, open wooden slat construction. The aim was to mediate between the historical building context and the modern building function. This approach finds a creative equivalent with the chosen design of the regional contemporary architecture as well as the combination of the dominant gable roof and the adjacent low-rise building.
The INIK GmbH won first prize and was commissioned to implement the competition design.