Multifunctional housing extension in a village in the north of Germany. The design consisted in an annexation of two traditional typological house structures. Constituting a small spontaneous collective.
Together with the architect Jonathan Schuster, we worked in this extension of a family house in a town of Niedersachsen, Germany. The client asked for a multifunctional space to develop different activities from private to professional ones, as the base of her therapy sessions. Space that could also work as an autonomous property. According to the multifunctional purpose of the extension, each volume allows different functions; the pink one is the primary house were all basic necessities are covered - kitchen, dining room, bathroom and bedroom- and the green one is the multifunctional and social space prepared to be lived in, enjoyed and shared depending on the necessity. The new extension consists of the annexation of two traditional typological house structures that expand from the main house, constituting a small spontaneous collective. They have been designed to generate an outside terrace towards the garden with enough privacy to be enjoyed by different users.
Project: Housing extension
Location: Niedersachsen, Germany
Client: Private customer
Area: 70 m2
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