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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 HGH in Steyregg, Upper Austria by [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH

 
February 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH 

The exceptional property with its existing topography as well as the views towards the city of Linz and the industrial area of Voest were starting points for the design of this project. The idea was not to adjust the surrounding terrain to the house but to insert the building into the existing landscape.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

  • Architects: [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH
  • Project: Residential Building HGH
  • Location: Steyregg, Upper Austria
  • Photography: Mark Sengstbratl
  • Year: 2014

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

An elongated two-story structure penetrates the uprising terrain in order to stand out at the end of the tip over a small slope. While the entrance area and the garage are located at the lower level, the living area, terrace, pool and garden are situated on the upper level.The projection reinforces the conscious play with the existing topography and creates a protected terrace in the basement.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

The cardinal points and particularly the orientation of the views also were decisive for the design. While the kitchen and living room are aligned towards the urban space and the industrial area in the south-west, the gaze from the terrace and pool is directed towards the greenbelt in the south.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

The house was executed in solid construction (concrete and brick) and designed as a low-energy house. It is equipped with solar panels 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 © [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH

Image Courtesy © [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH

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