HOUSE 9x9, 2003
This house in a suburb of Augsburg, was built against considerable opposition from the local building authorities and immediate neighbours. At first glance, the two-storey residential building appears somewhat defiant and fragile in its environment, although it radiates self-confident openness and modernity. For the architect, who had for years been strongly influenced by his work for Richard Meier, this house completes his reorientation towards a new aesthetic and new materials.

Client: Claus Kaelber and Barbara Gayer
Utilizable Space: 120 sqm + 65 sqm cellar
Building costs: 304.500 €