In the ecological wooden construction of this family home the borders between inside and outside become blurred. In its concept, Deppisch Architekten Freising went for the interplay of openness to nature and protected closedness. While the upper floor is largely closed, the garden floor is glazed on three sides and flooded with light, with only barely visible window profiles between the inhabitants and the surrounding apple garden.
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Più piano recessed mounting options
The panel mounting solution is intended for lighting accessible from behind or for ceilings consisting of removable elements – and for panel materials, in which precise cut-outs are possible, as in the project presented.
In hollow ceilings which are accessible from the rear or made of removable elements. All that is required in this case is a precise panel cut-out. The versions with magnetically fixed cover rings can be retrofitted in almost any hollow ceiling. They are available in several colors and cover possible tolerance in the ceiling cut-out. Both versions – seamless or with cover – can also be in- stalled in concrete ceilings using the appropriate cast boxes.
Common to all versions is the tool-free installation of the spotlights.
House B, Freising (Bavaria)
Year of realisation: 2013 Client: private Architecture: Deppisch Architekten, Freising Lighting design: Deppisch Architekten, Freising + Occhio projects / Helen Neumann Area (UF): 104 m² Luminaires: Più piano seamless NV, Sento lettura Photography: Robert Sprang