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Material in the interplay
10/18/2010

The façade of the detached KA house in Munich is horizontally structured by the use of different materials. The ground floor and the upper story feature full-surface glazing whereby cladding is grey fibermesh concrete panels. In the case of the cladding for the middle level a different material is used, with a wraparound band of cedar-wood boards decorating the facade. Behind them are longitudinal window elements, which have flush-closing casement shutters to provide sufficient light protection and thus preserve the privacy of the living quarters inside. The natural hues of the few materials and colors dominate both the façade and the building's interior.

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House KA by lynx architecture | All photos © lynx architecture
House KA by lynx architecture | All photos © lynx architecture
The front door, as well specially built by cabinet makers using cladding in fiberglass concrete by Rieder
The front door closes flush with the adjacent facade and opens via a staggered axis
Spots by Deltalight
Platform with built-in bathtub: Ceramic surface by Cotto d'este , bath tub fitting by Vola, wooden framed windows by ip-company
Detail of the facade: Fibermesh concrete panels by Rieder fibreC, cedar boards are specially built by a carpentry workshop
View of the living room: Sliding window by Schüco
Dinner table by Zoom by Mobimex
Kitchenette and cooker hood by Bulthaup
LC2 sofa by Cassina
Fittings by Vola
Custom-built, satined glass in the shower. Porcelain ceramic Kerlite by Cotto d’Este, channel drain by TECE, shower fittings by Vola

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