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Mid-Century Bungalow

The classic L-shaped bungalow was restored and modernized in 2016 and carefully expanded on both wings. Along the street, the roof line of the bedroom tract was prolonged to cantilever over the ensuing carport. Three slightly projecting arches optimize space and light in the newly created master bedroom and bath.

In the garden, the building was further extended by a two-story cube. Completely retractable Canadian cedar louvres open to reveal a fitness and spa area, complete with a sauna, which can be accessed via an outdoor alcove. An all-glass façade, together with limestone slab flooring which flows from the terrace into the interiors, connects the ground floor Atelier with the spacious gardens outside.