In the outer lying spots of Berlin, Vacation Dwelling Hof Ahmen by Atelier Sunder-Plassmann strives to complement a one of a kind, stated farmhouse whilst producing an unbiased modern day architectural language for a new constructing. Style and design comparisons are drawn to the classics of modernism which includes the ‘Glass House’ by Phillip Johnson and the ‘Farnsworth House’ by Mies van der Rohe.
The present format of Hof Ahmen is characterized by a rectangular courtyard surrounded by grassland and local rows of trees. At the centre of the web site is a detailed, thatched main home, and to the east is the detached roof of the sheep barn, which was developed in the 1990s as an open wood construction.
The new holiday property serves as an extension of the freestanding roof structure, mixing into the context with a fifth, floating roof. Beneath this roof is a wholly glazed platform, which makes it possible for people primary sights in excess of their surroundings.
People enter the home as a result of a terrace, which also serves as an outdoor location in the summertime. When within, the primary space is divided into 3 parts by wood lamellas that produce a sense of quantity with out dividing the place fully.
Found in the southern location the is the dining location while the northern place, which is privileged by 5 o’clock sunshine, is in which the dwelling location is positioned. The central element of the volume integrates a damp region in just a household furniture place that separates it from the most important place. On the other facet, the kitchen area floats as a mirrored volume. Finally, two wood cubes accommodating sleeping parts are inserted into the system quantity. Sliding doors allow for for adaptable use of the closed locations, which contrast starkly with the open mother nature of the most important platform.
Finally, the dwelling is a striking distinction among rural and fashionable, open and closed, landscape and architecture, all positioned within the character that surrounds.