Luxury homes design architecture is completed designed by the collaboration architect between Karl Dreer and Bembé Dellinger Architects. They have completed designed the modern home called HI-MACS House. This home is located in Bavaria, Germany.
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By the architect, a house is a place where the people can recover from the stresses of the everyday life. This modern living space is situated right in the center f a picturesque natural backdrop. This site is what the Deer family wished for. They are the architect client who ordered this nice living space.
This living space covers area for about 1,200 square meters with unobstructed views of the green forest of Upper Bavaria; it is in the direct vicinity of the Ammersee. In Bavaria, in the middle of the picturesque nature in one of the most popular tourist object there.
The architectural landscapes are dominated by the Upper Bavarian native construction style with its dark wooden windows and gabled roofs. A desire for minimalism and symmetry are represented by the reduced aesthetics of the modern construction with a flat roof, cube towers and the clear basic forms.
The newly constructed living space stands in clear contrast to this: Borrowing from the Bauhaus style, the geometry here speaks a clear formal language. The structure is a plain rectangle in a timeless modern style, it is augmented by the two cubes which is placed on the top f it. At the first glance, the cube-like construction appears and it is represents the new generosity and simple elegance of the significant basic architectural shapes of the future design. This living space is one-of-a-kind for the Ammersee region – and, in terms of the future of global architecture, it is a further step towards a clear formal language.
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The significant focus is placed on the materials which are used in this living space, alongside the design-oriented building shape. The most important thing for the builder is the ecological balance of their dream living space.
On their list, the use of the natural, breathable materials is thus very high. A high degree of healthy living in conjunction with an optimal energy balance to be realized is allowed by a decisive selection of the materials.
The architect result is a nice living space which is made of wood, but not in the usual sense. The complete structure is made from the so-called cross laminated timber. This PEFC-certified wood is made from the pine boards which are stacked crosswise on top of each other and glued together. In comparison to standard lumber construction products, cross laminated timber offers extended options for load distribution.
Three semi-trucks delivered the tailor-made individual components and the frame for the dream house was constructed in only a few days. The ecological orientation continued to be decisively followed: Natural external bonded insulation from in thermo was installed throughout the entire 395 square meters. The finest clear white mineral plaster provides the final finish to the exterior. The result is a villa which despite its cubic form is perfectly integrated within the natural environment.
Project: Private House, Germany
Date of completion: May 2010
Design: Karl Dreer
Fabrication: Dreer GmbH – Klöpfer Surfaces, Germany
Project implementation: Felix Bembé & Sebastian Dellinger
Material: HI-MACS® Arctic White, Concrete Grey
Photographer: Dirk Wilhelmy