Due to its location, the plot was a challenge and at the same time the starting point of a striking design:
The construction site faces the north with the garden facade and, with the maximum possible cubic capacity, would shadow the garden and also the living areas connected to it until the early evening hours. In order to bring sun into the garden and daylight into the interior of the house, the building structure was shaped with the help of a 3D simulation program after the sun's course so that self-shading was virtually excluded.
It was necessary to create, on the one hand, fluent rooms with the greatest possible internal and external toothing and, on the other hand, to place separated rooms within the open space continuum. The rooms on the ground floor and first floor were arranged in a flowing manner and vertically connected to a spacious atrium. The more public areas such as kitchen, living room, library and fireplace have been placed in a spatial context. By means of electrically movable curtains, different zones can be created which have visually and physically their own spatial qualities.
Villa M is an example of a groundbreaking living concept. Technical progress is integrated with simultaneous awareness of nature. Touch screens, electrical charging stations and computer-controlled media networking are parallel to the utilization of sun, light and geothermal energy. All technical system components can be controlled by a single app.