Case Study House I

Brandenburg, Germany

This seasonal residence explores the link to nature as its leading idea. It can be seen as a variable threshold between internal and external areas. The interior is organized by repeated modules with various functions. It is perceived as one stretched space, running along the glassed garden facade.

Architects: Jens Brinkmann.
Collaborators: Aya Yamanaka, Derek Kleynhans, Julius Hahmann, Juan Carlos Zapata Baldrich, Mariam Founda

case study house view from the living room

United Architektur BDA
Wichertstraße 2
10439 Berlin

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