“It was also the intention to design different atmospheres in the house, despite the sobriety of the architecture.” With the tagline ‘Concrete sculpture in the woods’, the building features a box-shaped design. Each of the volumes is linked through a large hallway, allowing the home owners to directly access the surrounding landscapes from the living areas. Additionally, the studio also created some of the interiors, such as the floor-to-ceiling windows and the tailor-made kitchen unit.
Speaking of the idea behind the project, the architects say: “It was also the intention to design different atmospheres in the house, despite the sobriety of the architecture. Different ceiling heights and window sizes distinguished by architectural elements (volume and light) for different spheres of life.”