By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 14:00:52 PM.
House in House from Steffen Welsch Architect is integrated into the road, into the design layout, building shape and also the architectural detail. The idea is spatial preparation of the website, creating various spaces organized along a central backbone. Let us take a better look at this.
The clients' brief was to get a special home customized for their irregular working hours. It has a home office, guest lodging and capacity to get their artwork collection, showcased at a central circulation rear gallery. The architects were able to deliver natural light throughout the courtyards and clerestory windows, also, nearly ethereally, it warms down cathedral ceilings. Personal pavilions or homes connect to the principal axis. These adapt the purposes: functioning, dining table, lounge, reading and sleeping. The homes are separated from one another via courtyards offering privacy, control noise and permit a visual link if wanted. The deck includes an outdoor dining space.
The layout with its own demanding operational and spatial separation enables potential flexibility. Zoning controls and restricts the removal of habitable areas, like the glazing-door partition which divides into the living-dining room in the lodging wing. Air conditioning was restricted to this master bedroom. The home is efficiently cross ventilated through the courtyards, where there is an entry in each room such as a bathroom. Solar access to adjacent properties was believed during positioning of their pavilions.
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