- Caroline Kurze
The house Unimog by Fabian Evers and Christoph Wezel combines an industrial hall with a reduced housing unit. To make optimal use of the plot, the architects created a vertical alignment. The resulting division into two can also be found in the facade: the hall is cladded with a lightning-surface which allows to work in a light flooded environment during the day and becomes a luminary in the night. The living unit with its grey facade seems very compact while large openings and a sheltered loggia offer a great view over the neighboring houses into the green.
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