A family owned meadow in a little village in Bavaria is the inspiration for the design of this archetypal house. Surrounded by sheds and barns the house finds its place among a wildflower meadow. The exterior of the house is painted black with several layers of traditional paint. The black building fits well into its rural surrounding, while maintaining its abstract geometry.
▼位于巴伐利亚村庄中的住宅，the house in a village in Bavaria
▼被棚屋和谷仓环绕的住宅，the house is surrounded by sheds and barns the house
▼建筑立面涂刷为黑色，融入环境的同时保持其几何形态，the exterior of the house is painted black fitting into its rural surrounding while maintaining abstract geometry
▼住宅坐落于一片野花从中，the house among a wildflower meadow
Based on traditional local architecture the new two-storey house offers a place to live for a young family. The two floors are based on a strict functional separation. A low open ground floor containing the living room contrasts a high enclosed upper floor with bedrooms. This physical connection is intensified by the inverse viewing directions, horizontal to the village on ground floor and vertical to the sky and meadow on the upper floor.
▼一层包含起居室的开放的空间，a low open ground floor containing the living room
▼二层是私密的卧室空间，bedrooms on the second floor
▼室内窗户细部，detail of windows
The prefabricated timber frame structure and cladding are made of local spruce. The visible structure defines the interior spaces through subtle spatial gestures.
▼预制木框架和护墙板采用当地的云杉制成。结构通过精巧的形态来限定空间， prefabricated timber frame structure and cladding are made of local spruce，the visible structure defines the interior spaces through subtle spatial gestures
Project name: House CS
Architect’s Firm: Daniel Laubrich
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project location: Sesslach OT Rothenberg, Germany
Completion Year: 2017
Gross Built Area: 145sqm
Lead Architects: Daniel Laubrich
Other participants: LINEA landscape architecture gmbh
Photo credits: Martin Geyer – EMILBLAU
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