The new construction of the neoclassic ensemble blends in harmoniously with the existing context of freestanding villas and mature trees. The contemporary house uses modern means to interpret the ductus of history in dimension, proportion and character. In its timeless form-language and materiality, the façade design reflects the desired elegance.
At the heart of the urban villa is the curved, light-flooded staircase, which connects all levels, also with its filigree lighting installation. The representative entrance welcomes residents and escorts them to the public and private areas. The open dining room with direct access to the garden leads directly to the elegant living area, which is equipped with an open fireplace, selected furniture and fine textiles and designs. The room height and the open room sequences with impressive perspectives give a feeling of generosity. The floor-to-ceiling openings lead the green exterior effectively into the interior. The timelessly elegant, exclusive atmosphere is reflected in the smallest details of the consistently high-quality fittings.
Select materials (herring-bone parquet and natural stone), custom-made built-in furniture and specially designed furniture details such as handles made of leather and horn, or textile covers and wall coverings, complete the well-proportioned rooms. On the upper floors are the private rooms and a study. A generously sized relaxation area and a well-stocked wine cellar are organised in the basement. The smooth transition from the interior to the exterior is continued in the generously proportioned free area.
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers