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[KO]mic / synn architekten

  • 00:00 - 1 May, 2010
[KO]mic / synn architekten
[KO]mic / synn architekten, © Manfred Seidl
© Manfred Seidl

© Manfred Seidl © Manfred Seidl © Manfred Seidl © Manfred Seidl + 13

  • Architects

    synn architekten
  • Location

    Bad Vöslau, Austria
  • Director In Charge

    Bettina Krauk
  • Collaborator

    Petra Riegler
  • Structural Engineering

    Dipl.-Ing. Peter Spitzer
  • Project Area

    125 sqm
  • Area

    1405.0 m2
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. This simple summerhouse built for a collector is situated amongst numerous old trees on a property near Vienna. Offering a lot of storage space and areas for presentation of paintings, books and comics, this distorted cube acts as a small museum.

© Manfred Seidl
© Manfred Seidl

The irregular placement of the windows transports the idea of a showcase, framing certain views into the garden. They are located at the end of pathways or visual axes.

© Manfred Seidl
© Manfred Seidl

By raising the height of the livingroom oriented to the garden, consequently the fully glazed bay situated directly above deforms the cube.

© Manfred Seidl
© Manfred Seidl

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Cite: "[KO]mic / synn architekten" 01 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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