Haus SPK

Home house for a young family

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Extremely narrow, long properties have spawned a special kind of building in this quarter: working class homes with lengthwise terraces along the street, sloping roofs and longhouse annexes that reach far into the gardens, resembling railway carriages in a row.

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This existing typology was our model here, further developed and built in its own, revamped style. on a space of 6 by 22 metres, there are a children's house, a communal building and a parents' house next to each other, shaped into one volume.

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While the entire ground floor can be used communally and a small office unit added, all of the private rooms are situated in the two upper floors, some of which with little roof galleries.

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The centre of family life remains the elongated living and dining room facing the garden, with 60 square metres on split levels and with varying ceiling heights.

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Constructed in solid, permanent materials with insulating bricks and oak window frames, it meets low-energy-standard.

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