Lakeside Living House and Garden by Stephan Maria Lang

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Lakeside Living

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
House and Garden

INSPIRATION:
The dream of the owners was to build a house onto the narrow lake site which has a close connection to nature combined with a Japanese atmosphere. The Japanese culture reflects a feeling of sophistication, perfection in detailing, open flowing spaces and the accommodation of changing seasons. The aim of the architect was to design a Gesamtkunstwerk where the Architecture is to express a strong relationship to nature in which the house is part of the natural environment.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
A Summerhouse with garage, a boathouse and a Sauna perfectly integrated in to the lake shore. Natural aging materials support the concept 'Gesamtkunstwerk', where the Architecture, Garden and Interior spaces are in perfect harmony. The building is composed of a concrete body and a crafted wooden shell with a light axis running through it ending in a pier at the lake. The site was re naturalized with grasses. Wooden walkways lead to a boathouse and a generous Terrace overlooking the lake.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
It is a low maintenance, natural hideaway for an old couple.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
2011 - 2013, lake Starnberg, Bavaria, Germany

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The lake side was re naturalized with grasses. Wooden walkways lead to a boathouse and a generous Terrace overlooking the lake.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Lake site dimension- 6.000 sqm, 50m shore an 2000 sqm wet meadow had been renaturated by cutting off the drainage system.

TAGS:
garden, lake, house, landscape, lakeside, lakeshore, bavaria, germany, architecture

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
We tried to reinterprete the athmosphere of the surrounding wetland area which is famous for its original beauty. It means only grasses, lillys and Filipendula ulmaria as mass plantation

CHALLENGE:
The lake clay was the most difficult part for constructing of the boat house and foundation of the main house.

ADDED DATE:
2017-09-07 11:51:39

TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Steffi Senula and Jennifer Charles

IMAGE CREDITS:
Image #1: Photographer Hans Kreye, House K lakeview, 2012.
Image #2: Photographer Hans Kreye, House K backyard, 2012.
Image #3: Photographer Hans Kreye, House K garden detail, 2012.
Image #4: Photographer Hans Kreye, House K boathouse, 2012.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Stephan Maria Lang for private client

PROFILE:
Private client. The architect Stephan Maria Lang possesses an extraordinary talent for getting at the special quality of any given site and combining it with the personality of his clients. The quality and the beauty of Stephan Maria LangĀ“s works lie in the hidden details, in the surprising views, in the play of light and shadow. The integration of landscape, garden, and interior into a Gesamtkunstwerk, an integrated and holistic masterpiece of architecture. The use of the latest technologies is a matter of course in order to meet the need for comfort and energy efficiency. However, the essential qualities of this way of life are inspiration from Japanese thought, an appreciation of patina, and the beauty of imperfect. The architect, as an the intuitive partner, guides the client through diverse design possibilities. Through the fulfillment of wishes, he transform the visionary space of a green site into an inhabitable, comfortable masterpiece of architecture. If you truly wish to reflect on how you would like to build a house, this question cannot be answered in two or three words but requires tranquility and time to awaken your imagination. You have to be clear about what you require in order to feel comfortable, what your needs truly are and which dormant desires and memories you would like to integrate into your ideal home. Those who regard architecture superficially like to categorize it as old or new, modern or classical, beautiful or ugly. But the originality of architecture always depends on the people who have dared to go on a journey with an architect, starting from the idea and progressing through the building process, to transform their dreams into reality.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Lakeside Living House and Garden by Stephan Maria Lang is a Nominee in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Lakeside Living House and Garden by Stephan Maria Lang is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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