Architect and builder Volker Wiese has realized his personal home design dream with a Bauhaus style residence with exterior HI-MACS® cladding that secures privacy from the outside while enclosing a delightful garden within a multi-façade, 2 wing design. For the keen nature lover that Wiese is, using acrylic stone for the exterior wall cladding was an obvious choice as all the materials used in this energy efficient structure are sustainable.
Wiese settled on the site for his new project in the fashionable but urban area of Berlin-Grunewald where he demolished a run-down post war building in a quiet cul-de-sac and went about designing his new 2 wing home that secured his privacy from the outside with symmetrically arranged HI-MACS® panels, while forming an intimate and sheltered courtyard on the inside, with exciting planes and offset facades mixed with large windows. From the green terraces and Japanese gardens of the first floor the view over the courtyard with a large pond at the centre and only a glass panel separating the swimming area from the koi carp pond. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by HI-MACS®]
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