Openness, modernity and regional materials
An interplay of clear lines, central axes and space-giving bodies structures the house. The focus was on reduction to the essentials and a fine symmetrical accentuation while avoiding show. Despite the modernity of the project, regional materials such as larch wood, natural tanned leather, loden and natural stone were used for the walls and furnishings.
In combination with an extraordinary stone façade and large-area glazing, the cleverly anchored, strictly symmetrically structured larch ceiling cladding creates a feeling of security in the rooms. Behind the light-looking wooden ceiling is an ultra-modern cooling ceiling for an optimum room climate.
|January 2008 - February 2009|
execution, construction support