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Baltic Sea Terraces | rimpf Architektur & Generalplanung



Baltic Sea Terraces
Built on a slope, with a view over the Baltic Sea. Situated on a steep, westerly slope, approximately 20m above sea level, below one of Eckernförde?s most popular residential streets, this residence enjoys one of the most stunning views over the bay and the open Baltic Sea.
The site, 12m in width, 50m in length with an 9m elevation, required access from the upper end. This demanded a special design concept. The unique east view and the desire for sunshine throughout the day, were only a few of the priorities to be considered.
Photography by : Hagen Stier
Maritime Design with large open Terraces. Obviously, a building had to be planned on a slope, with terraces stretching  towards the east. Adequate privacy was of the essence, so each terrace, constructed with an awning, prevented a view over other terraces. The span of the ceilings over the total width of the house enabled an individual design concept for the interior. The easterly, as well as the adjacent façades were completely glazed, providing a smooth transition between the interior and exterior. The ?navigation bridge?, situated on the highest point of the building, with a 3-dimensionally curved roof, completed the ?maritime? feeling of the design, further emphasized by the terrace railings.
Photography by : Hagen Stier
Innovative construction and custom made production. In order to carry out such ambitious building design, innovation was of the essence. Free movement between the terraces was possi...
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