In the renovation plan of this house that is situated at a farm in Furstenfeldbruck, Germany, the reorganization of the floor was highlighted, especially interior design so as to provide a special experience of life for a family of 4 people. Built in 1890, the house also required conservation works specific to the historical buildings. In order to maintain the specific nature of the farm houses, the structures in the ground and the ground floor have remained partly unchanged. The joinery, doors and wooden beams have been restored or replaced, keeping the traditional patina.
The structural components of black steel and the wooden support structures were replaced only if it was inevitable. The spacious interior is interesting also through the contrast and the house combination with barn. The parquet was rebuilt with oak, custom made, respecting the original model. Sanitary and electrical installations have been changed and were completed with new modern accessories. The natural materials, subtle colors and the attention given to detail ensure unity and communion between old and new. In this house, the new modern and the old classic complete and reinforce each other, highlighting one another to the delight of senses. This is truly a great home improvement!