House W by Kraus Schönberg Architects


Kraus Schönberg Architects projected this prefabricated, low energy house for a young family.

The house is one big connected space, separated by an upper and lower part. The common space is organized by staggered volumes of structures without being interrupted by partitions.

The volume of the house is created by rooms of various heights, corresponding to their individual function. The lower part rest below ground level creating a direct view into the garden while standing up and a privacy feel while sitting down.





Via Design Milk

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3 thoughts on “House W by Kraus Schönberg Architects

  1. I really like this one…
    I love walls with books, and the mezzanine in the center of the house, will all divisions converging, seems to be influenced by the Pezzo House. Both very good, Most of the Scandinavian architecture have something else.. I will put a link to this page in my blog. It’s okay for you? Huts. I just think, that you can put the location and the date in the projects you put in here..but it is all “preciosism”

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