House E, Granich (LUX)

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Interior design

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New construction of a single-family house

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gfa 145 m²

Start of planning :

09 - 2012

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project New construction of a single-family house client private complete architecture services WW+, Esch-sur-Alzette/Trier (LUX/GER) structural engineering Ingénieurs-conseils S.A. Simon-Christiansen & Associés, Capellen (LUX) gfa 145 m² ufa 115 m² gv 701 m² start of planning 09/2012 realisation 03/2014 - vor. 07/2015


Integration into the surrounding environment

The form of this single-family house is strongly guided by the existing plot of land, which spreads out in a trapeze form. The strong downward slope of the road is incorporated into the planning of the outdoor facilities, with due consideration given to the existing protected trees.


Design concept

The guiding principle was to design a monolith-type building with a pitched roof, one-sided aluminium hip roof and colour-adapted windows.


Room allocation

The ground floor houses a generous open living area, connecting to the upper floor via an open space. It links to a central kitchen as well as a dining area looking out to the garden. Generous windows connect the indoor and outdoor zones, resulting in common areas that are flooded with natural light.


The upper floor houses the bedrooms and an office connecting to the open space, a generous self-contained master bedroom area with bathroom and dressing room, and children’s rooms that extend underneath the roof. The attic can be reached via a staircase in the office and is used as a playroom that complements the children’s rooms. Skylights in the children’s rooms supply the attic with natural light while also providing views from one room to another. A special feature are the box windows protruding from the façade and made of aluminium also, with an indoor seating area in the children’s rooms.

The interior fittings, running like a common thread throughout the entire house, feature a uniform built-in design.


Energy concept

Energy is generated via a brine/water heat pump and a photovoltaic installation; heating is provided via underfloor heating while a ventilation system provides controlled ventilation.

(Photo garden credit © Marianne Majerus)


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