Driving school, Germany
This 242 m² log home in Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany has to meet two very different requirements: being a beautiful home as well as an attractive driving school.
The architecture of the two offset building sections, whose gable ends are almost entirely made of glass, places the emphasis on light. Visible intermediate floor joists and roof rafters in the gallery area add to the attractive interior design. The elegant façade made of 135 x 183 mm thick logs and the 150 mm thermo wall gives away no hint from the outside that learner drivers are regular visitors to the equally inviting basement to prepare for their driving tests.