As part of the planned refurbishment of the double single-family house, the opportunity was used to reconsider the existing floor plan layout and to carry out some selective structural interventions, which break the rigour of the chamber-like floor plan of the late 1920s.
The garden floor, which was formerly home to the utility premises, is being redesigned and now serves as a living space with a fireplace and a summer kitchen. On the ground floor, which can be understood as the actual noble level, the representative social spaces are arranged.
The curved staircase of natural oak leads up to the bedroom, which is newly organized as an en-suite bedroom with dressing room and bathroom over the entire floor. The attic remains largely unchanged and offers space for children's and guest rooms.
The rather small-sized rooms are nobilitated by a very high-quality and opulently tending surface design. Natural stone cladding is added as a new element and complements the high-quality, partly still original carpentry and oak parquet floors.