2008 - 2010
The project consists of two separate structures, whose relationship and scale are defined by unique property constraints (zoning and neighborhood devotement). The newly-built 3-story complex is complimented by a former servant’s quarters/garage structure, which is historically protected (Originally built in 1900). As a generous living and dining space, this “old” room obtains new quality and central significance. A glass enclosure joins both elements together.
On the various floor levels, rooms are horizontally and vertically interwoven at different heights and comprise 3 independent and separate living spaces. This disruption of a strict, stacked floor arrangement results in a flexible room sequence on the bottom floor – a fluid transition from the office space, kitchen, dining room, library, lodge, and salon open to the garden.
The white natural stone façade cladding, and its rhythmic articulation of protrusions and indentations, results in a playful, terrace-like geometry.
Hermann Mandl, Kari Silloway, Christian Nielsen, Tomasz Burghardt, Aida Knoettig, Michael Bieglmayer, Robert Cameron Campbel, Karoline Knauer, Maximilian Weidacher, Frank Fuhs
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: Bernard Ingenieure ZT GmbH
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Elektro Wazek GmbH, Datler GmbH
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Allplan GmbH
BUILDING PHYSICS: Red Bernard GmbH
Property Area: 2004 m²
Netto Building Area: 906 m²
Construction Cost: 3.5 Mil. €
Planning and Construction Date: 2008
General Planner, Construction Administration
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