Sitting on the slopes Pöstlingberg in Linz, 12 x 12 cube meters take full advantage of the many with established herself as far to the north-east corner of the site as a code of building permits. both sides have the appearance of a very airtight, thus preventing neighbors from looking into the contrary, the house opens itself to the south and west by two all-glass facades. west side of the building offers beautiful views of the Danube valley and receives sun until late at night, an externally mounted curtain textile guards against excessive sun and overheating. south façade withdrew from the edge of the cube in retreat free-form, producing a closed patio area. extend directly from the terrace is a large swimming pool.
Cellarless house made of prefabricated panels of high-performance structural insulated, which has been installed into concrete floor slabs only a few hours with the help of a truck-mounted crane. diagonal pillars arranged along the west façade provide structural reinforcement.
cube is covered with synthetic membranes. to be used white EPDM roof area, for the façade (not shown welded to the roof liner), teflon-coated white pvc, which is secured at intervals through the heat insulating layer between the outer membrane and structural panels.