House b - residential house for a family - is in a privileged hillside location on the mountain linz house - the Bruckner. impressive is the outlook over the mountains to the alpenvorland. the building itself is almost completely closed to the north side lying settlement and opens it to the sunny side towards the more generous. the basic polygonal shape and the folding of the roof surfaces give the simple cube strong plasticity. the residential house with an envelope of light gray fiber cement panels ver-dressed. to contrast the recessed window openings with dark-gray leibungsblechen. the house in hillside location is accessed via the middle floor. reduced to a few materials, attention is drawn immediately to the actual experience in entering the house - the flowing open space whose structure allows for numerous one-, through and views. the functional successions into each other, rooms are formed by incisions, constrictions and expansions. the staircase was set as an independent sculptural object in the scene. the terrace on the top storey is integrated into the building and weather-protected and covered by it.
Located on the ground floor study room, the kitchen and a spacious living room with dining area, at the top in the upper floor bathroom, dressing room and bedrooms. form in the inner plastered walls, and nußparkett linolbelegte modular furniture to frame family for life. light effects such as ceiling downlights, indirect lighting and some special lighting, put the materials in scene.