Split-level living area with integrated seating and wooden steps

Split-level living area with integrated seating and wooden steps

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Photographer: © living4media / Raider, Peter Portrait
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Location: Prutting, DE
Print size: approx. 43.35 × 28.9 cm at 300 dpi
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Converted barn near Rosenheim, Germany

Christine and Elke Hamberger are sisters who share the dream of idyllic country life. They found a way to fulfill that dream in a converted barn near Rosenheim. The conversion resulted in a double house with space and privacy for two families. For Elke Hamberger and her husband Franz-Xaver Kreupl, both architects, it was the ideal solution. Christine's husband is also an architect, so there was no lack of expertise to make the project work.
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