Understood Architects Collective Design Office, Feels Friendly And Conscientious

October 06, 2016

Is there such a thing as a typical German House? Grew up in Germany, but now in the international life, I would like to think it is. Take for example the wood structure in Bischofsheim, designed by the architects collective spirit. It is a rather sharp House with large Windows and straight lines. The simple rectangular shape seems formal; It could be interpreted as a stiff, but the stiffness is ultimately broken by the warm colour of the wood.
Mind Architects Collctive Office Frameweb

That are purposely built to make a private (co -) work space, it is very efficient. An entire structure made of solid wood ensures sustainability and security for costs. According to strict building regulations, a wall directly borders the road side attached, neighbouring House, while another. The space within the urban cluster remains unshakable, bright and airy.

Mind Architects Collctive Office Frameweb 1

The ground floor is an open meeting space with kitchen and workshop. Curtains can be used to separate rooms, when set limits, is required. With an interior design so minimal, it could be a casual elegant version of no interior design at all, which is the heart of the building the communal space: wooden Wall shelves, embedded in a square metal staircase, the faces of neighbors on the wall. On the upper floors, the rooms are rather reserved. Individual offices offer intimacy and focus.

Mind Architects Collctive Office Frameweb 2

The wooden houses could also be interpreted as on time. Timeless and diplomatic decisions taken, on a flexible outcome, so that the office space be used can, easily, such as a residential apartment at any time.

Mind Architects Collctive Office Frameweb 3

Finally, the German House is a good neighbor to have. It of friendly, but reserved and perfectly by wealth nor unkempt appearance merges, without having to move local residents to.

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