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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.

Old Farmhouse in Munich, Germany by Peter Haimerl

 
December 7th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Peter Haimerl 

The oldest property in Alt-Riem. The farmhouse, consisting of a house and a stable, was built around 1750. In 2013 the Schusterbauerhaus still retained parts of the housing construction and remains of the stable. Two residential units were installed in this historic structure. The concept of the architect Peter Haimerl concept is based on two premises: retention of the historical building substance and at the same time the introduction of a spatial innovation. It connects the residential house and the stable using a spectacularly inserted concrete cube.

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

  • Architects: Peter Haimerl
  • Project: Old Farmhousebb
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Photography: Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich
  • Client: Stefan F. Höglmaier, Euroboden GmbH, Munich, Germany
  • Project team: Peter Haimerl, Jutta Görlich, Tomohide Ichikawa, Felicia Michael, Ulrich Pape
  • Structural Engineering: a.k.a. ingenieure – Beck v. Kameke PartGmbH, Munich, Germany
  • Energy planning: IB Cirtec, Landshut, Germany
  • Gross Floor Area: 300 sqm
  • Start and completion dates: 2012-2015

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

An arresting feature of this project is the cement cube that is boldly integrated into the structure and which, to this end, has been rotated 45 degrees in order to echo the slope of the roof. This unusual concept successfully transforms the remaining historic buildings and the attendant residential spaces and stables into a distinctive modern residential building. The second unit is in close proximity to the existing structure, which retains the historical features as far as possible and leaves them noticeable.

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Edward Beierle and Beierle.Goerlich

Image Courtesy © Peter Haimerl

Image Courtesy © Peter Haimerl

Image Courtesy © Peter Haimerl

Image Courtesy © Peter Haimerl

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Categories: Farm House, House, Residential

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