Thomas Kröger founded his Berlin-based architecture studio in 2001. Since then, Thomas and his team have gained extensive experience working with private, national and international clients, dealing with various projects, such as private homes, offices, commercial spaces, museums and art galleries.
Presented project, Schwarzes Haus, is a residential and holiday home, located upon the surrounding landscape of Uckermark, the northeastern part of Brandenburg, Germany.
The house is characterized by remarkable base, that is slightly back from the facade, which gives an appearance of levitating above the meadow. Its wooden structure makes it a perfect match with the surroundings.
The ground floor hosts living and dining room at one end and a library at the other, featuring wide windows. In the middle, there is an elongated core with glazed corridors, the bathroom and two sleeping alcove houses. Finished in light wood tones, the warm atmosphere equally throughout the whole house.