The residence is located on the northern edge of the new residential area in Beinstein, Germany. The challenge was to create a home, on the restrictive land-use plan, that altogether comprises 197 m². "Since space is tight, the development plan allows for the house to be built at the northern boundary. To the west, the building has to correspond to the defined building line, and the third floor must be stepped back by 2 metres. The entire building volume has been consistently designed within this footprint,” explained the architects.
As mentioned in the beginning, the house features metal façade, which gives the building unique identity, whilst the industrial material is reminiscent of the former factory grounds. In contrast to industrial exterior appearance, inside generates much feelings, achieved by wooden furniture. At the same time, in relation to the outside atmosphere of the house, as a flooring material, the architects chose concrete.