The 3M house by destilat is a holistic concept - from the shell to the dining table, everything comes from a single source.
On Linz's Pöstlingberg, surrounded by unspoilt nature, destilat has built the 3M house on a plot of land sloping steeply down to the Danube.
The uniqueness of the site, the nearby edge of the forest and the magnificent view over the Danube valley were an essential part of the design concept. Following the topography, the building is stepped in half storeys and thus blends skilfully into the terrain. The staggered levels create different room heights, which, supported by selected surfaces, characterise the cosiness of the house.
The noble scratch plaster with an earth-like colouring chosen for the façade underlines the individual character of the house.
It contrasts with the white colour scheme throughout the interior of the house, which gives the exposed concrete body an elegant appearance.
The soffits of the cantilevered roofs of the carport and terrace were finished with white glazed spruce boards, which give the open spaces a special feel.
The floor was kept light in several work steps with trowelled and sanded white cement.
In addition to selected design classics, designs by destilat were primarily used for the furnishings.
The kitchen and the dining table 4 to the Floor were designed by destilat and combined with Tom Dixon lamps. The result is a house of palpable homogeneity and clarity.
Kitchen: design by destilat
Kitchen spots: "Sasso up" by Xal
Dining table: "4tothefloor" by destilat
Dining table lamps: "Beat shades" by Tom Dixon
Lounge chair: Charles & Ray Eames, 1956 with ottoman by Vitra
Sofa: "Pacific coast" by Nube
Bar stool: "Barstool" by David Design
Lamp: "Drum" Babylon design
Carpet: "Fåra" by Kasthall
Lowboard: "Lowboard" by Mdf Italia
Sofa table: "Coffee table, Noguchi 1944" by Vitra
Bed: "Doze" by Zeitraum
Carpet: "Wool" by Danskina
Desk chair: "Millefoglie" by Plank
Desk: "Cena" by Zeitraum
Sofa/Entreè: "hm18" by Hitch Mylius
Washbasin: "Slot" by Antonio Lupi
Wall fitting: by Gessi
Shelf: "FNP" by Nils Holger Moormann
DI Wolfgang Wimmer (www.architypen.at)
Monika Nguyen, Mark Sengstbratl, Joachim Haslinger
2015/05 Architonic Online (Switzerland)
2013/07 CaanDesign Online (Canada)
2013/03 Inhabitat Online (USA)
2012/05 Wohnrevue (Switzerland)
2012/04 Book: Houses of the Year (Germany)
2012/04 Domizil (Austria)
2012/02 Attitude (Portugal)
2012/02 Book: Architecture in Linz (Austria)
2011/09 Atrium (Slovakia)
2011/05 Centras (Lithuania)
2011/04 Luxury Estate - Die Presse(Austria)