More than a pop-up marquee

Our example from Philipps University in Marburg shows that lecture halls can also consist of a tent and lightweight hall. With our cooperation partner, we set up a 600 m² lecture hall within a few weeks.

Temporary auditorium building

Philipps University of Marburg has implemented a pop-up lecture hall using a RÖDER lightweight construction hall, which accommodates up to 500 students with energy-efficient features like ISO panels and acoustic roof panels for optimal indoor climate and noise insulation.

Lightweight hall - “Pop-up“ not just for trendy restaurants

As part of an extensive renovation project at Philipps University of Marburg – the largest lecture hall building is being made energy efficient – the university decision-makers were looking for an efficient and quick solution to accommodate up to 500 students for the next two years during the teaching phase.

The result is a pop-up lecture hall, as the university representatives charmingly describe the RÖDER lightweight construction hall. Of course, we at RÖDER like that much better than comparing the energy-efficient lightweight hall with a trade fair tent!

Engergy efficient leightweight hall

With a span of 20 m and a length of 30 m, there is space for up to 500 students. The noise insulation was made possible by covering the roof with acoustic roof  panels. ISO panels were also installed on the gable and sides to ensure a pleasant indoor climate.

Completely insulated and supplied with fresh air and heat by a ventilation system, the replacement for the Audimax offers good teaching and learning conditions. Room acoustics and media technology also function smoothly.

Technical details

Width: 20,00 m
Length: 30,00 m
Area: 600,00 m²
Side height: 4,20 m
Roof: Acoustic roof panels
Facade: ISO sandwich panels 40 mm

H-Line series for demanding projects

The thermal insulation not only creates a pleasant indoor climate. No, it also ensures a significant reduction in annual energy consumption. With the solid roof covering and the insulated facade, the university saves on heating costs, especially in the winder months.

This makes the H-Line series with an energy-efficient update kit a very good alternative to solid construction. The advantages of a lightweight hall are undisputed: the short construction time, the greater flexibility and lower costs an reusable materials.