House VDV appears simultaneously familiar and strange.
The volume, consisting of one level with a pitched roof, alludes to familiar archetypes such as the rural homestead or barn. But at the same time the volume is broken up by large glass facades, so that the relationship is established with the surrounding trees and the listed castle wall.
The mandatory implantation in the back of the plot ensures that the house is conceived as a pavilion.
A garden-house with no front or rear, but with two identical facades and a 360 degree experience of the entire plot.
The copper cladding gives the project a poetic impermanence, which is echoed in the reflection of the surrounding trees in the glass facades.