This unique home with a living area of 230 square meters is currently under construction in a quiet part of Munich’s exclusive Bogenhausen district.
It is tailored to the needs and lifestyle of a family with two children and has a large outdoor area that extends onto the parental neighboring property.
A particular challenge is the complex geometry of the site, which is only 550 square meters, and the desire to preserve an impressive hundred-year-old beech tree.
The cantilevered cube of the upper story offers a sheltered entrance, which welcomes guests with a light-filled gallery hallway. The spacious design of open areas with visual axes creates a communicative center for the whole family while providing private spaces on higher floors that wrap around said hallway. A wellness area with adjoining guest rooms is located in the basement.
The subtle use of ceiling and roof cutouts creates an exciting daylighting and allows the three-dimensionality of the house to be experienced through the functional and visual fusion of the rooms.
The architecture conveys a sense of intimacy and spaciousness.
The light tones and natural materials used in the interiors, such as solid oak floors, natural stone from Wachenzell dolomite and dark bronze accents, form the soul of the house. Special emphasis is placed on natural fabrics, delicate hues and textures combined with custom furniture.
The south-facing solid construction is built as a low-energy house with state-of-the-art heat pump technology and solar collectors. The contemporary building control system and the combination of e-mobility and photovoltaics guarantee an energy-efficient and future-proof use of the building.
New construction and interior design of a single-family house
Concept, design, planning and execution
Holistic project development and planning by SHIRVANI & OESTERLE
Year: end of 2023