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House L019 by Stephan Maria Lang

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Fantastic family home by Munich architect Stephan Maria Lang. He created a green refugium in the middle of the city for a family with four kids. The high-quality materials of the residential building in combination with the successful design of the garden form a retreat for the entire family.

For a big family with four kids and a dog the client wished a classic modern residence in Munich suburbia. From the street you pass a brass covered garage building to the entrance court yard. A huge north east facing light filtering glass façade defines the entry space with an open stair.

The ground level with an open kitchen, dining- and living space opens to the garden and 2 widely covered terraces with a fire place. The upper Floor contains the Sleeping rooms for the children and a separated parents area. The Basement with an indoor pool, wellness and service rooms get day light through a sunken courtyard.

The windmill shaped main white body contrast with the rough natural stone elements. Extensive Terrace roofs bring shelter for enough space for entertaining, for the Indoor outdoor living with lots of friends.

In the whole house we tried to use a simple but sophisticated material and color concept. White walls, wooden oak floors and local Limestone for bathrooms and chimneys. The precisely crafted detailing creates an atmosphere of sensitive luxury. Exactly composed vistas determines the free floating L-shaped living space.  Photos by Sebastian Kolm;