The challenge in planning the new type of pig fattening barn was especially to develop an appealing architecture for the multiple uses. It is important to adapt the overall facility on the property to the prevailing slope and still ensure that the complex integrates into the already existing farm image.
For the sustainability of the project, the planned photovoltaic system also had to be accommodated, which also affected the orientation of the fattening house. In addition, the total number of animals was to be divided into four housing units. However, these barn units need spatial connections for housing and unhousing.
Straw management requires that a storage facility be created. Furthermore, the straw is to be mechanised and transported to the individual stables via conveyor belts and straw robots. Therefore, in addition to the four stables, a fifth complex in the same style is being built here - the straw storage hall.