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Villa at Sandbuckel by Peter Stasek Architects - Corporate Architecture

Project name:
Villa at Sandbuckel
Architecture firm:
Peter Stasek Architects - Corporate Architecture
69488 Birkenau, Germany
Stefan Blume
Principal architect:
Peter Stasek
Design team:
Peter Stasek, Luana Kroner-Stasek
Küche4you, Bürgermeister-Neff-Str.19, 68519 Viernheim, Germany
Interior design:
Peter Stasek + Küche4you, Bürgermeister-Neff-Str.19, 68519 Viernheim, Germany
Built area:
375 m²
Site area:
623 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Civil engineer:
Structural engineer:
Nasser Siamaki, IBS IngenieurBüro Siamaki
Environmental & MEP:
Ulrich Wirth PWW-Ingenieurbüro für Bauwesen
GEPLANTE NATUR, Daniel Veahman
South Visuals
Tools used:
ArchiCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop
Reinforced Concrete, steel and glass
€ 1.200.000
Residential › House

Peter Stasek Architects: The topography of the property with a height difference of over 11 m and a wedge-shaped shape were the basic starting points for the formation of the building. On this basis, a terrace-like building was designed according to the course of the site with outer walls running parallel to the property boundaries. In this way it was not only possible to develop a harmonious architecture for the topography, but also to achieve the optimal use of the property. Due to the inclination of the west facade to the terraces with large windows, it was achieved that the view from the interior does not run against the slope but allows a panoramic view of the surrounding mountain landscape.

In addition to a spacious living area on two floors, the building also has an office with a separate entrance on the lowest floor. One of the special features of the living concept is an outdoor kitchen that can be walked into from the indoor kitchen. The standard equipment here is also an integrated elevator over all three floors.

The materials used mainly consist of exposed concrete (walls and ceilings), glass fronts in Sky-Frame, chrome-plated steel supports via Mies van der Rohe and all floors in a concrete look. Large-format tiles measuring 1.50 x 2.80 m were used as wall and floor cladding in the bathrooms.

Although the interiors are very generously designed (e.g. living area with an open kitchen is almost 100 square meters), no disruptive supports were required within these areas thanks to the ingenious statics. The heating was designed on the basis of a heat pump.

Participating companies:

Statik: IBS IngenieurBüro Siamaki, D-64625 Bensheim

Shell:   Eisenhauer Bauunternehmung, D-69518 Abtsteinach

Interior design and facade: Englert Trockenbau, D-63741 Aschaffenburg

Windows: Metallbau Müller, D-64646 Heppenheim

Concrete look coatings: Sandro Vricciariello- Objektausbau, D-68365 Mannheim

Technical building equipment: GS Gebäudetechnik GmbH, D-68642 Bürstadt

Electrical installations: Gerhard Schmitt -  Elektro Meisterbetrieb, D-69488 Birkenau

Outdoor facility: Geplante Natur, D-69488 Birkenau

By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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