Skip navigation

The historic one

House with pyramid roof in "coffee-mill look" built in the 1920s and 1930s

It's old, but don't jump to conclusions! Just because the building substance is a bit old, doesn't mean it's bad. Quite the contrary, many older buildings provide a solid foundation to bring them up to today's standards – also in terms of energy efficiency. With high-quality materials and lots of fun designing.

Classic & sustainable

Facade:

Accent elements:

Awning:

Front door:

Cornice:

Window frames:

Base:

Some just see the old walls. We see unbeatable living quality.

Modern & young

Broadened windows extending down to the floor and a larger front door provide a heightened sense of space and modernity. In the lower part of the house, the facade was equipped with grey ceramic cladding. Matching green tones in the facade in the upper floor and the front door further enhance the typical architecture – the house appears much younger! It doesn't get much better than that!

Facade:

Accent elements:

Awning:

Front door:

Cornice:

Window frames:

Base:

Innovative & extraordinary

Here the pyramid roof was removed and replaced with a flat roof. Some window openings were sealed. A metal monitor around one of the windows was incorporated as an architectural accent. The new connection quader to extend the living space and the garage provide the finishing touches to this renovation. The light facade created with the creative technique Stardust, as well as the original cube in stone-coloured red, plus a pinch of orange and two light shades of blue are the recipe for this extraordinary and eyecatching design. A homage to the masters of the Bauhaus style...

Facade 1:

  • 3D Palazzo 120
  • Kreativeffekt Stardust

Facade 2: 

Facade 3 (garage):

  • 3D Palazzo 110
  • AmphiSilan-Fassadenputz FEIN

Eaves:

  • galvanized, RAL9006 White aluminium

Metallic monitor:

Cantilever plate:

  • 3D Coelin 115
  • AmphiSilan-Fassadenputz FEIN

Cornice:

  • 3D Jura 5
  • AmphiSilan-Fassadenputz FEIN

Window frames:

Mailbox:

Base and entry step:

Garage door:

HE door:

Noble & modern

Replacement of the pyramid roof with two pitch roofs, expansion of the window openings and two new extensions provide a tremendous gain in terms of space and light - this is how spacious living is created! White plaster, natural stone facade cladding and the creative technique Accento in light grey dress this manor in a precious robe with a red decorative border with Capapor band. This discretely beautiful home radiates a sense of trust and modernity.

Facade 1:

Facade 2:

  • 3D Jura 50
  • Capatect-Kreativtechnik Accento

Facade 3:

Eaves flat roof:

Cornice, rafters:

Capapor Band: 

Reveals in facade 1:

Reveals in facade 2+3: 

Front door:

Window frames:

Awning:

Base and entry step: 

Windowsills: