TS 11 - Living on the rooftop
Living areas and spacious life emerge in the city heights. Materials and light play with requirement and expanse. The inside and the outside blend like night and day. The intensity of experience follows a unique architecture. Under the project title ts11, Delugan Meissl Associated Architects DMAA, Vienna, injected their design philosophy into a loft conversion which sets the trend in Vienna.
»ts11 embodies the architectural access of flowing space transitions, with the boundaries between interior and exterior spaces largely dissolved and the design remaining in a balanced relationship to the context,« say the architects, and »generous glazing creates a variety of visual associations, different lighting moods generate differentiated spatial perceptions and the resident becomes part of the urban fabric, the urban fabric becomes part of the interior.«
Particularly the exterior design of the roof terrace that was implemented in close collaboration with Hasenkopf Industrie Manufaktur visualises the openness in an impressive and clear fashion thanks to the use of Corian. Homogeneous terrace areas made of Corian bring lightness and spaciousness into play. The design language takes up the clarity and brightness of the interior. Seamless processing underlines the spaciousness and accentuates elements such as the fountain even more. This, too, is a special design made of Corian and its functional design clearly demonstrates the possibilities of the material here in the outside area.
façade made of CORIAN
The exterior atmosphere is also marked by the strong characterising façade forms that highlight the design claim of this object. In this case, the implementation demanded an absolute focus on perfection in planning, on experience with the material properties and processing know-how. The technical and constructive development was entirely in the hands of Hasenkopf Industrie Manufaktur. In collaboration with the architects of DMAA, a consistent line could be realised, and modern quality of life has been newly designed.
Photos: © Hertha Hurnaus