Plan E 20-188.2
In northern Berlin, the Stadler family found an overgrown allotment
complete with an abandoned summerhouse. After demolishing the old
structure and rebuilding, the site now houses a city villa with two
full-sized floors, pyramid roof, a white rendered facade, anthracite
grey window frames and a partially timber cladded facade of horizontal
Douglas fir louvres. Inside the new owners were keen to use bright,
natural materials, and so generated the ambience of a modern classic.
|External dimensions||10,49 x 12,16 m|
|Net footprint of ground floor||97,64 m²|
|Net floor area First floor||90,80 m²|
|Net floor area total||188,44 m²|
|Roof pitch/jamb wall||25°|
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