Titus Bernhard

Haus H . Munich

Titus Bernhard . Haus H . Munich (1)

Titus Bernhard Architekten . photos: © Jens Weber

Within the framework of a heterogeneous villa construction and restrictive site occupancy indexes and floor space ratios in the south of Munich, “Haus H” completely exploits all parameters and radiates friendliness to its surroundings.
The L-shaped site develops generously as a free floor plan in the spirit of the classical villa tradition from the north-east as a frame, but nevertheless as a gesture of openness around the site and its garden. In the process, the villa follows the guiding theme of “stacked cubes”, playing freely with a Jura-clad ground floor and brightly plastered offset units in the upper floor. Continue reading Titus Bernhard


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Casa Hglmaier

Titus Bernhard Architekten . photos: © hiepler, brunier . + divisare

On a steep slope about 300 meters above the west shore of Lake Garda, in the park-like outdoor area with a view of the lake, the ground area of ​​an old rustico Guest quarters So in order to obtain a building permission, the ancillary are under the ground and thus do not appear as part of the building volume. A spectacular infinity pool follows the contours. The rustico and the “limonaia” are rebuilt with traditional dry stone walls, but double with a cavity, and therefore retain an explicitly rough, haptic character. The ensemble conveys a warm, distinguished, rustic atmosphere. Landscape and building, nature and artefact: a symbiosis to feel at home in. Continue reading Titus Bernhard


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House 11×11 . Munich

Titus Bernhard Architekten . Photos © Jens Weber . Orla Conolly . + dezeen

The idea behind House 11 x 11 was to design an apparently compact house of homogenous materials, with a low external surface but as large a usable area as possible, a house that serves a family as an inhabitable sculpture and shows its exterior as an image of the inner organization.
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