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Wooden house on the outskirts of Munich. Pitched roof and traditional motifs

The wooden house in a former village on the outskirts of Munich, designed by Almannai Fischer Architekten studio, with its limited architectural scope is based on an existing building line with a pitched roof inspired by traditional forms

The house designed by Almannai Fischer Architekten is located in Solln, on the outskirts of Munich, which has been transformed from a village to a district since 1938 and has been surrounded by the growth of the city since the 1970s. The village centre, consisting of the church of St. John the Baptist and the inn of the former village, is well preserved

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Directly opposite the centre is the rural property of the Müller family, and at the back of the property are the existing buildings. The new house blends in well with the other existing houses. The design approach has a limited architectural feature, due to a binding existing construction line and the demand for the pitched roof

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On this basis, we have the heights and widths of the wooden house, with traditional features, such as the pitched roof, but also small characteristic features like the asymmetry of the ridge and the eaves. The facade is characterized by windows with internal flush, a feature that gives monumentality to the construction

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