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  7. Egolzwil House / dolmus Architekten

Egolzwil House / dolmus Architekten

  • 13:00 - 4 June, 2015
Egolzwil House / dolmus Architekten
Egolzwil House / dolmus Architekten, © Aynur Turunc
© Aynur Turunc

© Aynur Turunc © Aynur Turunc © Aynur Turunc © Aynur Turunc + 16

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    Tagmar + Partner, Dagmersellen (LU)
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    Tschopp Holzbauindustrie AG, Hochdorf (LU)
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    Lanowa AG, Hohenrain (LU)
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    Geltech AG, Hochdorf (LU)
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© Aynur Turunc
© Aynur Turunc

Text description provided by the architects. The single-family house integrates into the steep topography of the lot. The basement floor contains the garage. The entrance area and ancillary rooms are placed in the ground floor. The upper floor is used as the actual living and sleeping area.

© Aynur Turunc
© Aynur Turunc

The upper floor develops from two levels, which are both separately closed by a transverse pitched roof. The northern part is moved up to a mezzanine and contains the bedrooms. The southern part is uses as the living area.

© Aynur Turunc
© Aynur Turunc

All rooms placed on the layout are designed as closed volumes. This results in a flowing interspace and interesting views. The pitched roofs implicate bright and over height rooms.

Second Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan

The offset floor arrangement allows a direct access to the exterior space from every room.

© Aynur Turunc
© Aynur Turunc

Attached to the glazed south-facing façade extends a spacious, partly overlaid terrace. As an overhanging element, it covers the entrance area on the ground floor. The glazing draws the panorama view in the interior room.

© Aynur Turunc
© Aynur Turunc

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Cite: "Egolzwil House / dolmus Architekten" 04 Jun 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/638218/egolzwil-house-dolmus-architekten/> ISSN 0719-8884
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