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Nobis House by Susanne Nobis

Published Oct 30, 2011

Architect Susanne Nobis created this nice little retreat by the lake in Berg, a popular southern Bavarian recreation area for the residents of the nearby city of Munich.

“As both the client and the designer, engineer/architect Nobis designed the home and office for her own four-member family and for her architectural practice.

It is a beautifully minimalist, modern take on a traditional twin wooden boathouse, popular by the lake. While the boathouses are on stilts over the water, Nobis’s house is on 60-centimeter high illuminated legs.

This gives the house its wonderful, impermanent, hovering feel but it was in fact a necessity in this location where the ground water rises very high. This also meant that everything must fit in the space above ground — no basement or cellar possible.”

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