The individual layouts of the 4 units offer original solutions to each clients demands. The aspiration is to provide non repetitive spaces with unique qualities and atmospheres.
Named after a nearby creek the project provides suitable living space for a divers set of clients.
It offers an alternative to the single family house as well as an alternative to generic housing schemes with repeating floor plans. Being located in a formerly rural area between two towns which are gradually merging
considerate use of land and sustainable housing schemes have become a priority.
All units are accessible via the shared staircase and elevator. Sheltered parking for cars is provided on the western edge of the site while bicycle storage
is situated within the buildings basement accessible via a ramp. The side entrance is therefore primarily used by the occupants arriving by car or bicycle.
The terrain declines towards the garden compared to street
level. This results in the living rooms on ground floor being over-height spaces which corresponds to the generous ceiling height in the top level living room.
Mostly built in timber supplemented by steel sporadicly only the basement and shared staircase have been executed in reinforced concrete.