Positioned in Munich, Germany, this modern two-storey residence was designed in 2009 by Stephan Maria Lang.
Description by Stephan Maria Lang
Successful a contest Stephan Maria Lang supplies a house to a younger household in a Munich residential space.
The L-formed constructing is protected in the direction of the road by a 7 Meter excessive white wall. A copper clad storage laid in entrance kinds a protected driveway- house and one nice opening marks the needle ear to the very non-public backyard and residing house behind the wall. A spatial continuum linked to nature by giant sliding doorways and a climate protected veranda dealing with a 15 Meter long work out pool which is used nearly all 12 months because of an environment friendly vitality saving idea. The mum or dad- and kids sleeping space on the second ground are separated by a two story open entrance quantity.
Pure autochthon supplies lowered to oiled pure oak and dark shell limestone in distinction to white plastered partitions give the home the briefed ambiance of a traditional Bauhaus Villa.
An effectively deliberate power idea, with concrete core cooling-heating, solar collectors, thermal warmth pump and managed air air flow, meets the requirements of a German low-vitality home.
Pictures by Hans Kreye