Framing the views
Family home in Gesmold, Germany
In this new development area on the edges of town, the unusually strict design- and building restrictions challenged creativity, to plan a unique home that stands out.
Shifting the roof line off-center and separating two volumes that set each other off, creates more individuality.
Family home in Melle, Germany
expected completion 2023
In a typical 1950s neighbourhood the main volume references the stylised shape of the surrounding houses. It rests on a bright base that extends into the garage and a larger living room of modern day standards on the sides. A wooden facade and integrated solar panels complete a contemporary exterior.
The interior is designed for two+ generations, and set up to transform into two fully separate apartment units once the children live on their own.
Forest cabin feeling
Family home in Melle-Bakum, Germany
Two inspired outdoor lovers invited the construction company to level up their sustainability skills, and set new standards in cradle-to-cradle building.
Set on slightly sloped terrain and surrounded by forest, this wholesome wood-constructed house perfectly supports the indoor-outdoor lifestyle of its inhabitants.