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Linalotte House in Linz

11 May 2022

Architecture: Caramel architekten in collaboration with strukteur

Location: Pöstlingberg (hill on the left bank of the River Danube), Linz, Austria

Linalotte House Linz Property

Photos by Hertha Hurnaus

Linalotte House, Austria

Linalotte House becomes a permanent solution – in 2020, after the family had grown, the small residential unit was extended and upgraded; this time with prefabricated timber frame wall and ceiling elements filled with recycled insulating material; the truck tarpaulin was removed and replaced by a diffusion-open underlay; a corresponding rear ventilation level was installed over the entire structure. On the south side, a covered terrace was added; the canopy provides shelter from the sun, only in the winter months direct sunshine brings heat input.

Linalotte House Linz

Linalotte House Linz Property

In 2004 the residential box Haus Lina was built next to an existing house. THE PROVISORY AND CONSTRUCTION EXPERIMENT… Infrastructurally and constructionally “docked” to the old building, the structure already contained all primary functions such as bathroom, kitchen, heating and hot water preparation.

Linalotte House Linz

Linalotte House Linz

The construction grid of the building structure was designed to the delivery dimensions of the rough particle boards, the overall construction in lightweight construction with mineral insulating material. This allowed the partially prefabricated elements to be placed on the steel girders, which were connected at points with strip foundations.

Linalotte House Linz

Linalotte House Linz

The small building was wrapped with a truck tarpaulin. The wrapping construction, which was approved as a waterproof panel by the physical building planning department, was not without problems, but since the building was deliberately not designed “for eternity”, the building, which was deliberately designed as an experiment, was risked. The house could be easily removed or extended depending on the future living situation.

Linalotte House in Linz, Austria – Building Information

Architects: Caramel architekten –

Property area: ca. 3.000 sqm
Floor area: 61 sqm ->95 sqm
Usable area: 55 sqm ->87 sqm
Enclosed space: 195m³->283m³

Linalotte House Linz Property

Construction: 2004 ->2020
Location: Linz, Pöstlingberg, Austria

Linalotte House Linz

Photographer: Hertha Hurnaus

Caramel Architekten

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Linalotte House, Linz Property images / information received 110522 from Caramel architekten

Location: Linz, Pöstlingberg, Austria, central Europe

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