The Haus am See lies on a slope in between four houses of very different styles. Nestled between these houses, it tells the story of a stone found in situ, as it has always been, which has been converted into house. The stone is a hollowed-out concrete body into which openings have been cut.
It is a design for another way of living. The living space adapts to the seasons. In contrast to conventional energy-saving houses, which isolate themselves from their surroundings, it shows how we can conserve resources while living sustainably in connection with the environment.
Jurek Brüggen Arch BSc ETH
Sebastian Sailer Kosa Architekten