Architects: Bembé Dellinger Architekten
Location: Bachern, Germany
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: James Silverman
From the architect. Bachern, slightly above the Wörthsee, has become a quite popular place to live, due to it´s good infrastructural connection to Munich.
The site was steep and narrow, the view was wide and partially spectacular.
Far cantilevering balkonies provide a passepartout-like support for the view towards the horizon and is intentionally hiding the surroundings.
One enters the house through an inner courtyard. A small-pitched ramp within the living space leads up to the wide view across the landscape. Air wells that penetrate the floors create divers spatial impressions.