have been developed in a countryside setting taking a new path in reference to
volumetry and spacial definitions. The basic type of detached house has been split, the
work being akin to a sculpturer’s work. Polygonal bodies were formed in which the
mutual proximity becomes a quality. The mirroring of water and façade in the water
basin hints at a clear vision within these rooms, which are among themselves but
without direct insight to each other – a special place with strong vibrancy and intimacy.
subdivision arranges the rooms in a split-level system and allows the hillside
characteristics to also be experienced in the building itself. While the inner walls are
masoned and smoothly plastered, the exposed concrete outer walls, the black polished
and jointless floor and large window fronts add to a cool technical conclusion. Elaborate
skylights allow an atmosphere of light to develop which features a spiritual force and
Thomas Sonderegger, we experimented with a surface of galvanised steel.
deployed for a first time on the façade and in the roof area. The design added to a
monolithic overall picture in which an association to a sculpturer’s work is given once
allows constant pauses for a moment. When one takes a moment, one realises:
something is responding and developing a plurality from itself. Something new is
forming from the etching. It is growing. It lives.
generated and self-generating work from Thomas Sonderegger, and so, an artistic bow