Terrace housing

Description
The arrangement of a terrace row without lateral interdigitation often leads to a rigid building form in the area, especially if the individual terraces do not complement each other to a tapestry. In this project, the individual houses – according to the terrain – also arranged laterally offset, so that there is a better embedding in the landscape. This results in interesting overlaps and protected free seats in front of all living areas. The insight into the outdoor areas of the apartments below is to be prevented by wide flower boxes.
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built

Date

01/01/1964

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Himmelrichstrasse, Baar ZG, Schweiz 9918,9921|Neue Urbane Wohnformen|Hans-Peter Ammann project_plan|source_project|architect_project

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