South of Lake Wörthersee in Carinthia lives a delightful mother-daughter team with two cats and three bee colonies. In their blooming garden paradise with beehives, vegetable beds, a fire bowl and a large sandbox, they obviously feel extremely comfortable.
The two owners had a precise idea of the budget they wanted to spend on their new home. Thanks to intelligent planning, we were able to create a beautiful home with many cosy retreats for the two ladies.
The “Ladies Lodge”, like all COMMOD houses, is a wooden modular house with cellulose insulation. It consists of two modules and offers a total gross floor area of 75 m² (61m² NGF). For the façade, a combination of plaster system and larch wood formwork was used.
Intelligent spatial concept
The focus of the lodge is on the combined cooking, dining and living area. The central living space is open to the garden and flows into the terrace area. A cosy sunbathing bench transforms into a corner bench with an extendable table for 6 people when visitors arrive. The installation of a seating window at the large panoramic window overlooking the garden offers relaxing mountain views while the fire crackles in the wood-burning stove.
The bright children’s room is located at the other end of the house, to the south-west. The desk with a view of the garden and a beautiful feel-good area invite you to play and dream. The room also has its own direct access to the terrace, which the little lady naturally likes extremely well.
They enter their home via the south-facing terrace into a practical central anteroom with wardrobe niche and cupboards. To the right of the entrance is the bedroom with a large bed, wardrobe and a skylight that allows light to reach the ceiling of the room in the morning. The bathroom is accessible from the anteroom and is practically designed with a shower, washbasin and WC. It also offers space for a multifunctional storage room.
With the realisation of the Ladies Lodge, our team was able to quickly create a beautiful home of their own for the “dynamic duo” and successfully take away their fear of a “time-consuming and nerve-racking conventional building process”.
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Pictures by Tamara Frisch Photography