N: Total
SO: Totale
N: Total
W: Detail Fassade
SW: Totale
W: Totale
O: Fassade
W: Fassade
W: Fassade
O: Fassade
W: Totale
SO: Totale
OG: Bad
OG: Bad
OG: Fenster Badewanne
OG: Bad
OG: Bad
Flur
Waschbecken
Fenster Wohnzimmer
EG: Treppe
EG: Treppe
RH2252-0051
EG: Detail Treppe

House 36 Stuttgart

H 36 is a monolithic building that resembles a mountain crystal. The angular contours interprete the hillside, roof and walls are cast of the same material. Entirely made out of lightweight insulating concrete the massive walls convey atmosphere and the large and small openings bring light and shine. The rough sawn formwork provides a rich surface aesthetic – similar to a natural stone wall – creating an ideal living climate – in summer longer cool, in winter longer warm, a quiet and habtic material selection creates a harmonious balance. The building has been nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Price of European Architecture 2015

Scale:

340 m²

Client:

Private

Location:

Stuttgart, Germany

Year:

2014

Program:

Housing

Scope of service:

HOAI-LP 1-9

Status:

Realisation, completed