Penthouse B by destilat

By Magaly • 19 mins ago

Penthouse B is a home located in Am Bachlberg, Linz, Austria.

It was made by destilat in 2013.

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Penthouse B by destilat:

“The former domicile of a family of entrepreneurs from Linz is positioned close to the prime of Bachlberg, in quite quiet spot close to the woods, overlooking the provincial capital of Linz, with a panoramic view of the distant Alpine foothills.

In cooperation with W. Wimmer, this run down object with its spacious backyard was converted into a modern day apartment residence with 3 living units. The original structure was gutted entirely and extended by an extra floor with insulated timber framing.

Commencing at the socle storey, the entire framework was slightly turned to optimise its viewing angles.

Covered completely with grey shingles created of asbestos cement (Eternit), the creating has a extremely monolithic and sculptural character due to its seemingly random distribution of apertures for windows, loggias and terraces.

The apartments of this house have really varied characters and usable floor places ranging from 140 to 200 sq m. (one,507 to 2,153 sq ft.)

The former indoor pool spot on the ground floor was converted to an apartment with direct entry to the property’s backyard.

Even so, the crown jewel of this creating is the penthouse with its open residing, kitchen and dining location and up to 6.5 meter (21 feet) large, open pitched roof and a gallery.

A massive open fireplace is the practically archaic centre due to its diminished design and style as effectively as its concrete base and rough plasterwork.

Aside from the remarkable major room, which contains a gallery, the entrance location as properly as the bathrooms had been individually created to meet the clientʼs requirements.”

Penthouse B by destilat (17) First Degree
Penthouse B by destilat (18) 2nd Level
Penthouse B by destilat (19) Third Degree
Penthouse B by destilat (20) 4th Level

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