该项目是由 Ian Shaw Architekten 设计，位于德国。折叠墙板打造亲密空间，照明被巧妙的集成到橱柜和窗龛中。
The concept for this striking penthouse – developed within a late nineteenth century residence in Königstein – was to strip everything back to its essential quality. All existing interior walls were removed and a steel A-Frame introduced to achieve a 7m double height, column free space.
A mezzanine floor detailed with a glass balustrade defines the sleeping area; below this three large folding wall panels enable the open plan format to be subdivided into a series of smaller, more intimate spaces.
As the exterior fabric of the building is protected by an historic preservation order, the project’s new glazing complements the fenestration of the building as a whole.
The visual impact of technology is kept to a minimum despite there being a comprehensive computer controlled heating and lighting system, the latter delivering fourteen different illumination scenarios via a series of bespoke lamps. The apartment’s indirect lighting is subtly integrated into the full-length cupboards and window niches.
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