Deconstructed Home / INNOCAD Structure
Textual content description offered by the architects. Positioned within the hilly outskirts of Linz, the third largest metropolis in Austria that’s intently linked to the metal business, this personal residence was commissioned by an entrepreneur and artwork collector. Respecting the context of the location’s preexisting setting, a number of stone partitions, a historic cellar construction, and statuesque bushes have been preserved on the brand new premises.
Responding to the mild slope, the home’s deconstructed quantity consists of three primary sections: a vertical-oriented, a horizontal-aligned, and a floating part. This tension-filled triad is interwoven into the topography’s present masoned constructions and bordered by two far-reaching bushes. By disassembling the entire scope into items, the brand new constructing components correlate with the size of the encompassing household houses. This enlargement ends in areas with distinct qualities and gradual interior-exterior transitions whereas additionally catering to the useful necessities.
The residence is entered by way of the vertical-oriented part, containing visitor quarters and a storage from the place an exterior canopied staircase leads down into the courtyard, connecting the yard and the lavish backyard within the entrance. This intermediate, hybrid house blurs the boundaries between the inside and exterior, conducting into the second quantity with an accessible rooftop and personal, work and dwelling areas. A picket terrace stretches out in direction of the third fraction, a cantilevered pool. To offer shade whereas retaining the minimalistic design, the perforated metal facade detaches and folds down over the out of doors space.
The structure is grounded within the idea of design evolution by way of the usage of the prevailing vaulted cellar as a base for the principle home. The sustainable preservation of the pre-dated construction fosters id and ensures integrity for the brand new additions. The embedding of the previous creates an instantaneous connection between the genius loci and the brand new residents. The historic stone wall is complemented by a decreased materials choice; picket flooring and metal facades pay homage to the iron metropolis of Linz. Deepening the notion of a construction grounded on the plot, the steel has been left to naturally rust and the untreated wooden to climate with the season, creating an genuine patina that signifies the pure cycle of progress and decay.
The inside follows the custom of a modernist exhibition pavilion with excessive ceilings, skylights to light up the house with pure gentle, and floor-to-ceiling home windows providing a panoramic view. A round image rail for the shopper´s subtle artwork assortment defines a horizon and creates an space for inside interventions comparable to built-in furnishings and supplies. The decreased palette of colours and surfaces inside with earthy tones and wooden, leather-based, and stone correlate with the idea of imperfection and the transience of the outside.
This dwelling with distinctive views of the town and its surrounding nature is rooted within the historical past and context of the location whereas providing a residential gallery house with a seamless transition between the consolation of the indoors and the pure fantastic thing about the nice open air.