This dwelling, which reinterprets the typology of the surrounding gable-roof houses, gains its marked design by adapting form to context parametrically. The stipulations of two geometric operations were used to determine the groundplan shape of the house. One condition was to keep the neighbouring house’s view of the lake free; the other was to permit access and parking behind the house. Like a tent, an overhanging pitched roof covers the high rooms in the upper storey. The window strip, which...
- Year 2009
- Work started in 2008
- Work finished in 2009
- Main structure Reinforced concrete
- Client private
- Status Completed works
- Type Single-family residence / Interior Design