Beautiful position, sensational view above valley and city are the main ingredients of this „single family home“ concept.
Organized on 2 floors there are places to meet and places to retreat for all 6 members of the family.
The concept can also be seen throughout the choice of material in the interior design.
Furniture, we especially designed for the building, like a 6m long wooden table, wall cladding with american walnut wood, italian travertin stone as well as surfaces out of Alcantara and japanese linen emphasizes the modern and at the same time comfortable living experience.
We developed a house with a high requirement for communication and representation on the one hand and the need for comfort on the other hand.
The private rooms are located at the top floor. Those rooms are positioned around a small atrium.
Kitchen, Livingroom and Media rooms can be found at the garden level. Mostly without any partition walls we were able to guarantee a great view from each position. The side rooms are located on the hillside part of the buildings’ garden level.
The construction is topographically as well as typologically motivated. Almost unvisible steel columns carry massive concrete slabs and emphasizes the direction of that concept.
All those individual arrangements verify the plot, its unique charateristics and the individual needs of the inhabitants.
Gross Floor Area (mq)980
ArchitectsKohlmayer Oberst Architekten
Design teamKohlmayer Oberst Architekten
ConsultantsBuilding Systems: Pfaehler Ruehl Ingenieurbüro für Technische Gebäudeaustattung, Structural Planning: Bergmeister Ingenieure, Building Physics: Bayer Bauphysik Ingenieuregeselllschaft, Landscape Architecture: Glück Landschaftsarchitekten
1998 Founded Kohlmayer Oberst Architekten, Stuttgart 2005 Founded Oberst&Kohlmayer Generalplaner GmbH, Stuttgart and Eppan, Italy Realized totally: ca. 150.000.000 EURO Founder: Regina Kohlmayer: 1991 Diploma University of Kaiserslautern 1991-1997 Freelancer at Mahler Gumpp Schuster 1996-1997 Assistant professor at University of Stuttgart 1997-2000 Scientific collaboration at University of Stuttgart Member of the committee for urban planning at the city of Stuttgart Judge at architectural competitions Jens Oberst 1994 Diploma University of Kaiserslautern 1994-1997 Freelancer at Mahler Gumpp Schuster 1996-1997 Assistant professor at University of Stuttgart 2004-2005 Assistant professor at HfT Stuttgart 2007-2008 Assistant professor at TU München, climadesign 2008-2009 Professor TU München Technologie and Design for facade construction Founding member of climadesign e.V. Judge at architectural competitions Since 2015 Professor HfT Stuttgart