Kraus Schönberg Architects designed the Haus W in Hamburg, Germany.
That is a sensible prefabricated low-energy dwelling for a young couple and their two young of us. The household wanted a dwelling which felt bask in a linked feature, nevertheless which can most likely well most likely also offer particular person freedom to the occupants. The building is separated into an upper and a lower section.
The upper quantity consists of rooms of various heights a lot like their particular person feature. Bedrooms, bogs, the dressing room and the rooms for the young of us all require different heights and project into the lower living areas. This general feature is organised by these staggered volumes without being interrupted by partitions.
Walking around the home takes one thru a diversity of rooms on the upper level, that are oriented to the garden as smartly as to the within atrium. The openess enables the person to combine rooms and capabilities in assorted ways. The partitions and floors of the particular person upper rooms are constructed of sustainable CNC-lower timber panels. These assemble a diversity of things: they converse the live; outline areas and capabilities; lend a hand insulate the building; are recyclable; fabricate a elated internal ambiance; and offer a cost-nice building solution.
The lower ground ground is lower into the bottom increasing enlighten views into the garden whereas standing up, or providing a sense of security whereas sitting down. The many heights of the ceiling above demonstrate the particular person rooms of the upper level.
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Photography by Ioana Marinescu