“Life in a large-tech format” was the concept behind this unique home in Germany, constructed by an engineer in the fields where he when played as a child. Convinced by architect Harald Eppler of Eppler + Bühler, the owner opted for a timeless, modern layout in tune with his persona.
Some of the client’s specifications — area for his assortment of vehicles and motorbikes, a pitched flat roof and a metal facade — helped shape the layout of Haus Stahl. The creating is created up of 2 offset volumes, which accommodate 4 levels complete.
“The construction of the facade, with hand-finished and pre-weathered titanium-zinc panels, can make optimum use of the sun’s daily transit,” Eppler said. The facade is closed to the northeast, the place it faces neighboring properties, but is open to the south and west.
The base concrete volume, connected to a swimming pool, hosts the spacious garages, a wine cellar and a fitness location. On coming into the home, you can see the rally motorbike, one of the proprietor’s favourite collection pieces.
Organized in an open space, the residing space and kitchen are distinguished by somewhat diverse heights. The bedrooms and a light-flooded bathroom are situated on the top floor.
The house’s high-tech features incorporate individual lighting scenarios, an underfloor heating program and complicated audio integration, all controllable through iPhone or iPad.
“The building technology is visualized, operated and monitored via a large touch panel that has been installed centrally in the house,” explained the engineers at Gira, which developed the house’s electrical and technical elements. [Photography by Ulrich Beuttenmüller]
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