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/ Client: Mustang Jeans
/ Location: Auf Reisen
/ Services: Strategie, Design, Konstruktion, Fertigung
/ Photos: Mustang

A new boarding house has been built in Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance, and it is entirely from our pen. We thought about what the house should be called, what it should look like and how it should be lived in: design, architecture, branding.

Beethoven’s pad has four flats whose floor plans are symmetrically mirrored on each floor. This resulted in two one-bedroom flats on the ground floor and two maisonettes above, each with three rooms, a communal area for living, eating and cooking, and two bathrooms. All flats are fully equipped and can be rented by holiday guests, students and business people for a period of up to six months.

From the outside, the building impresses with its reduced monolithic design language and consistent colour harmony. The colour of the roof tiles and plaster is absolutely identical. To achieve this, we measured the colour of the tiles and mixed the plaster accordingly. A textured plaster was used on the ground floor, while the two upper floors of the maisonettes have a fine smooth plaster. The lack of a roof overhang emphasises the typical linear character.

Simplicity also runs through the interior concept. The grey façade was taken up again in the built-in furniture. In addition, the maritime pine panels provide a homely character. The furniture*, which we selected and handled through our own shop, fits harmoniously into the interior. We deliberately used colours and decoration sparingly, after all, different people should feel comfortable here over a longer period of time.

The name is derived from the location of the boarding house in Beethovenstraße and the idea of young, uncomplicated living: Beethoven’s Boardinghouse.

*Sofa, side table and floor lamp by Zuiver, bar stools by Arper, stools by May and a wall shelf by String.

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