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Müggelsee Villa

A mirror to its neighbors and a face to its owners, the Müggelsee family villa is a modern development of earlier 20th century forms. The home is modeled from the bottom up, structured as three shifting, stacked boxes. The glass, ground floor weclomes guests, and provides the family a view of its community. The white, first floor then carries a rough, plaster facade that allows privacy and escape from the neighboorhood, while lastly, the aluminum-brushed, top floor disappears into the environment, adapting the forms of the lake and sky.

Project Info
Execution Planning
Surface
330 m²
Location
Berlin
Year
2016
LP
1-5
Design Team
Andreia Martins, Michael Cradock, Federica Carletto, Matteo Rossi, Natalia Novoa.

Image Credits: Heim Balp Architekten