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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Summer House in Southern Burgenland in Oberbergen, Austria by Judith Benzer Architektur

 
May 11th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Judith Benzer Architektur

The project Summer House in Southern Burgenland (Austria) describes a sharp-edged cubature which fits into its surroundings through its simplicity and homogeneous appearance. In being used as a summer house, and by virtue of the installation of a wine cellar with production surfaces at a later date, the building’s design is oriented by the cubature of the Kellerstöckel(wine house) typical of the Southern Burgenland region.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

  • Architect: Judith Benzer Architektur
  • Project Title: Summer House in Southern Burgenland
  • Location: Deutsch Tschantschendorf 130, Oberbergen, Austria
  • Planning: Judith BenzerArchitektur
  • Photography: Martin Weiß

The cellar contains rooms for wine storage and production; the aboveground rooms are for residential use. The cellar has been executed in a ferroconcrete massive construction. The ground floor and first floor were constructed as a pure wood construction. Here, the undisguised wooden cross layer elements were rendered effective not only in their structural-static functions but also as design elements. As a counter weight, the wooden construction material employed on a large-scale stands vis-à-vis exposed concrete and steel materials. The materials were consciously employed in an untreated, undisguised state; in their combination, they form a homogeneous ambiance.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

As the summer house is not inhabited during the winter months, a larch grid mantle was developed which can be shut completely. During the uninhabited winter months, the house is thus unobtrusively and sculpturally situated in the landscape. In order to achieve this, folding and flap shutters were developed which, when shut, flush with the façade and, also coated with rhombus boarding, melt into the mantle. In the summer, the shutters work against aestival overheating: when opened – as canopies – and when shut. The sharp edges of the cubature are formed by copper corner plates.

The terrace area, also formulated as a larch grid, forms a sort of shadow of the building. The mantleisthuscarriedforward in design in the outside space.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

Images Courtesy Martin Weiß

Interior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Martin Weiß)

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