A generous multi-generation house should be constructed on a hill side property, bordered by vineyards, in an isolated location and with abroad non-obstructable view of the city of Stuttgart.
Alexander Brenner Architekten designed this spectacular house located in Stuttgart with fantastic views over the pool towards the valley. This house should adapt itself in the long term to changing family and age structures as well as to the most diverse life phases and needs. The northeast side of the house is an addition/a combination of white cubes. Each of them is recognizable as an individu- al structure when viewed from close up, but seen from a distance, they merge to form a unified whole.One can look out over the pool in front of the house, and across the valley towards the hills opposite. In this entrance hall (as in the whole house), visitors are aware of an interplay of open and enclosed spaces stretching between transparent expanses of glass and protective walls. This layout satisfies both the occupants’ need for security and, on the other hand, for openness and a connection with the surrounding natural landscape. Lofty studios were constructed in the garden floor, which on the one hand are used by the residents for the current professional purposes, but on the other hand can also be later converted to two living units for grown children for example.A large roof terrace is located in front of the eating and living area. A green section assures privacy for the lower lying levels.