Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten The Maestro Showed His Talent By Kiko House
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Many large projects that have been able to be completed by the maestro Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten Kiko House one of them is already finished at last done in 2009. of the many that project can be handled by Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten, Kiko House is probably the most interesting as well as Kiko House. Kiko House’s buyer clients filed an empty land of wide pastures, Ohnmacht Architekten Flamm asked to design a house with a design that fits with the views of meadows and those around him. Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten finally decided to make a two-story house with a yard area of grassland which extends to the center lays a large swimming pool that will add to the beauty of the prairie.
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Innsbruck-based studio Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten has designed the Kiko House project. Completed in 2009, this 2,583 square foot contemporary home is located in Zirl, a market town in the district of Innsbruck-Land, Tyrol, Austria. Kiko House by Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten:“Years ago, the clients had acquired the plot: a piece of grassland in open landscape, with panoramic views into the surrounding Inn river meadows and the mountain peaks of Tyrol. When planning started, the entire neighborhood had already been developed very densely and heterogeneously. Everyone agreed to establish as a main idea, that the close surroundings should be masked, and only much selected views into the distant landscape should be defined. The couple, both very committed professionally, desired to have generous living spaces which should relate to garden and landscape, and offer retreat and regeneration. Their two daughters imagined a tower, in which spaces are piled up high. The resulting spatial concept inverts the idea of the common detached single family house: secondary rooms and garages are packed into two green boxes and pushed sideways towards the property lines, like the usual hedgerows. In between the green boxes, a large living space opens into the garden. Above, on a glazed gap, hovers a compact volume containing bedrooms and children’s` spaces. These individual rooms are arranged around a central space with work desks and reading places, which offers the only direct visual connection to the street: two Perspex hemispheres with transparent Bubble Chairs swinging and turning between inside and outside. Any other façade openings swivel out as narrow blinkers, and strictly define particular views into the mountains. They relate the inside spaces directly, or indirectly via mirroring surfaces, to the distant landscape outside. Legally counting as bay windows, these blinkers are allowed to penetrate the setback to the neighbors and the street. Generally, building laws have been played with to their limits. A vertical crevasse with skylight and glass surfaces connects all levels, from the climbing wall in the basement up to the interior facades of the children’s´ sleeping galleries. Through the large glazing of the shed roof, soft northern daylight pours down into the depth of the house, and the kids peer from their sleeping platforms over the neighbors’ roofs into the mountains. Emphasis was put on a very economical use of space: particularly on the upper floors, the spaces are rather small and densely interwoven. The superimposition of multiple vertical and horizontal spatial relations nonetheless results in a lavish atmosphere. In its first year of use, the house turned out to be extremely energy efficient. Not looking like an eco house with its large glazing, rather conventional insulation and a vivid building skin, its energy consumption hardly exceeds the Austrian passive house standard.”Photos by: Henning Koepke Via ArchDaily.
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