A house built on a hill overlooking the city of linz in Austria. With a large, sturdy concrete roof, the ground is built six meters above the road surface so that the surrounding parks can be seamlessly connected to the living area despite steep topography.
During its construction, regulations only permitted up to a maximum of 200 square meters per storey. This posed challenges to the spatial organization of the dwelling built for the five-person family, with most of the living areas planned on one level. Only the children’s rooms would be placed on another floor; each space with a gallery and an adjoining children’s balcony, obtained through stacking above the access.
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