The “Small Longhouse” with the extraordinary partial scattered formwork!
COMMOD Ray of Light is a large Tiny House – or rather a “Small Longhouse”. With its 63 m² GFA (50 m² usable area), it finds space for two bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, and a spacious bathroom including a bathtub on 15 linear meters. Thanks to large glass fronts to the sun terrace and also triple glazed lift-slide door in anthracite, there is a hundred percent living space extension in the outdoor space. What was saved in area is used in high-quality materials. An oak floorboard parquet runs through the house in all living spaces. Concrete gray floor tiles in the sanitary and storage rooms complement the elegant and timeless color concept, which is naturally shaded in beige tones on the facade. The partial wood facade is resolved in light ray diagonal spruce wood scattered formwork glazed in the Greywood color “Forest” in a ratio of 1:2. The unusual design gives COMMOD Ray of Light an exciting yet hypnotically calming exterior, standing out naturally from the surrounding landscape without appearing artificial. COMMOD Ray of Light allows the abstracted rays to shine as grazing light deep into the long slender structure, making it glow from within.
The high-quality and ecological insulation, which is inherent in Ray of Light as in all COMMOD houses, creates cozy warmth in winter – thanks to and despite large glass surfaces – and yet pleasant coolness in summer. A kitchen in Scandinavian country style complements the cozy mix of the latest technologies and vintage flair together with the wood-burning stove enriched by hotplate both functionally and visually. Consisting of a single module – with a length of 15 m and a width of 4.2 m – the house was delivered and installed in one day and could be occupied immediately. COMMOD “Small Longhouses” – which are manufactured as single modules – can reach a floor area of up to 75 m² under ideal conditions.
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Photos: Tamara Frisch Photography