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Architecture November, 30 2012

Residence Oedberg by Project A01 Architects

This contemporary residence was created by Project A01 Architects and is located in Klosterneuburg/Austria. The design was inspired by a series of American homes called ‘Case Study Houses’ commissioned by Arts & Architecture Magazine between 1945 and 1966. The initial approach for the project is the central courtyard that follows the perception case study houses. It is defined as the Central living room with a special atmosphere. The whole living area gathers around this open space while the pool frames the landscape, and enclosures the courtyard. The sloping terrain is raised up to a constructed platform, simultaneously extending the garden area. A Pergola is reminiscent of the California “case study houses” of the 1950s.

Take a look at the house in the gallery above.

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