Pawliczec

This distinctive, three-storey house with an elegant, black timber façade and a service lift is built on sloping terrain. The first floor with a glazed, east-facing front overlooking the valley is surrounded by a Corten steel frame. This feature is repeated in the balcony on the southern side of the house and in the free-floating bathroom oriel with a skylight, creating a striking effect. The play of light from the outdoor water basin is reflected inside the house thanks to a low-lying window.

Fact sheet

Roof shape
Flat roof
Façade
Timber
Gross External Area in ft² (incl. basement if present)
4474
Bedrooms
3
Dimensions in m
15.08 x 9.45
Special features

Distinctive, cutting-edge design

Architect

Oliver Engelhardt

"During the extensive planning process and in the course of several drafts, the house became increasingly stripped-down – from a clearly organised structure with a rendered façade to a streamlined black wooden cube. Highlights include Corten steel elements, the large glass frontage and the integrated photovoltaic system."

Floor plans

Ground Floor

Attic

Basement