Peace, woods and water – this home at Lake Starnberg radiates endless seclusion. The unobtrusive building is perfectly embedded in the environment and ensures the harmonious interplay of architecture and nature. All living areas have large lake-facing windows enabling open views of the still landscape. The interior of this timeless villa is most impressive thanks to open rooms and flowing transitions between the individual furniture islands. Light sliding doors made of wood underline this impression. Occhio spotlights offer the perfect light source for each area of application. Più recessed and surface-mounted spotlights ensure an optimal basic level of light throughout the house. The spotlights can be independently switched to create different lighting scenarios and atmospheres. Più sospeso suspended spotlights provide spotlighting over the dining table and kitchen island, and create a continuous line from one room to the next. »next generation« LEDs in warm light colors ensure excellent quality of light with high efficiency.
Year of realisation: 2013
Architecture: Architekturbüro Gerhard Günther, Munich
Lighting design: Lichtgalerie, Munich / Uta Lehbach
Area (UF): 250 m²
Lighting: Più piano, Più alto, Più sospeso, Sento faro, verticale
Photography: Robert Sprang, Munich