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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.

Residential building DMT in St. Florian, Upper Austria by [tp3] architekten

 
September 3rd, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: [tp3] architekten

The new residential house has been built on the basement of the old one and is now accessible through a generous staircase.
The basic idea for this single-story residence follows the analogy of an old Roman atrium, however, in this case the courtyard opens up towards the terrace and expands to the garden.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

  • Architects: [tp3] architekten
  • Project: Residential building DMT
  • Location: St. Florian, Upper Austria
  • Photography: Mark Sengstbratl
  • Year: 2014

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Through this opening arise not only different view relationships but also various zones from private to semi-public. The sheltered patio provides the living area with additional light and creates an atmospheric quiet space that invites to withdrawal. At the same time the courtyard leads to the open terrace which is aligned south west wards.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

The facade is a game with windows, plaster and wood trim that runs around the house edges. In the entrance area and the private open space incisions have been made in the cubature that continue the game three-dimensionally.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

For the construction unglued and chemically untreated solid wood, clay plaster and wood wool insulation were used in order to create a pleasant room climate and a high-quality ecological residence. The building was designed as a low-energy house with a heat pump and a controlled ventilation system with heat recovery.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

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