- Anke Nunheim
This 2,900 square foot tri-level home is not only a house but a family sculpture looking for freedom and social interaction. Visually stunning it was built by Gus Wüstemann architects around the wants and needs of a family, overlooking the Lake of Zürich, with even a pool to help enjoy the views down the hillside. The sculpture separates the parents’ area, which is on top of the sculpture from the childrens’ area, which lies underneath and opens up to the outdoor patio and garden. There are no walls or recognizable architectural elements that frees the building of the normally so obvious building regulations.