Juri Troy Architects designed a renovation of a house in Lake Constance, Austria.
From the architects
The premise of the mission used to be to rebuild a single family house from the 1960’s located at the perimeter of a wood into a three-family house. No topic the doubling of the living space the total backyard dispute will be preserved. Attributable to this truth every the essentially based building aspects protrude as a pure wood column-free construction up to 5 m above the property. By methodology of utilizing exclusively high insulated quilt with a silver fir colour and sleek installations with a managed building ventilation the heating need will be even lowered, and this despite the doubling of the distance. The premise of a most modern three-family house as an concentrated living scheme represents – specifically within the scattered settlement dispute of Vorarlberg – an exemplary replacement to a mute one-family house.
Architects: Juri Troy Architects
Images: Studio 22