Traditional Bungalow

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Traditional Bungalow

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Reiner Bayer
Bungalow-Architect
Reiner Bayer
"From two sides, the bungalow is all clean lines and enclosed appearance, yet it opens up to the garden behind. A covered outdoor seating area is connected to the covered terrace by a walkway. Half the indoor space is given over to a shared cooking, eating and living area. The other half accommodates the master bedroom with walk-in closet and bathroom, plus two children's bedrooms and a shower room."
 

House data

External Dimensions 21.12 x 22.63 m
Living Space 2190 ft² (DIN)

Additional information about this Bungalow

Traditional Bungalow

 

Easy living in a traditional bungalow

 
A fresh architectural style and clear practical advantages have spurred on the revival of a classic building type: the bungalow.
 
This particular bungalow is special because of its unusual L shape and stylish exterior. The timeless tented roof is an undeniably striking feature. From two sides, the bungalow is all clean lines and enclosed appearance, yet it opens up to the garden behind, where its two set back areas mark this out as a nuanced and playful build. At its heart is a covered outdoor seating space, nestled in a corner created by the building's shape. The seating area is connected to the covered terrace by a walkway. From here, occupants can enjoy extensive views to the surrounding hills.
 
The façades display a finely-tuned combination of timber and render, with a natural silver patina and contrasting white. Design details on this build are an added attraction: these include attractive contoured corners and high-level corner windows.
 
Visitors should not be deceived by the initial, enclosed impression: a welcoming entrance hall awaits on the lower floor. A gentle slope gradually unveils the full extent of this floor, which offers additional space. The family not only use this floor for their hallway, but also as a guest area (with bedroom and bathroom) and somewhere for the house's technical, leisure and cleaning equipment.
We mustn't forget the built-in garage! An extensive roof over the front door and garage door provides sheltered access to house and garage, whatever the weather; an internal door also connects the garage to the hallway.
 
Most of the family's activities take place on the ground floor. One half is reserved for cooking and eating, with a separate living room area. The pantry, study and guest bathroom are also very practical spaces. The other half accommodates the master bedroom with walk-in closet and bathroom, plus two children's bedrooms and a shower room. The concept is nicely rounded off with top-quality furnishings and fittings, such as a solid oak stairwell with built-in storage space, and specially selected flooring.
 
This bungalow has 37cm-thick walls insulated with wood shavings and made exclusively using materials checked for pollutants, and includes an innovative heat pump: these ensure it meets the KfW 60 German energy efficiency standard. Not only do the clients save energy, they also save money.
 
As you might expect, this eco-home also actively contributes to climate protection. Like all Baufritz houses, its natural construction method means that, over the entire production process, CO2 emissions are up to 40 tonnes lower.