A project in historical walls: The history of Villa Staudt dates back to 1873. It is beautifully situated in Heringsdorf, on a small hill directly in front of Europe's longest beach promenade along the Baltic sea.The German emperor Wilhelm II was invited here for tea every year between 1909 and 1912. Nowadays the property boasts 13 light-flooded, spacious, fully-lofted lofts, 2-room and maisonette apartments.
Room within a room in cube units: Creating new space for kitchen and toilets within the given surroundings, without disturbing the original character of the room, this was the guiding principle during the Villa's redesign. The architect office Pott Architects, Berlin, created the design of cube units for kitchen, toilets, shower and wardrobe as room within a room. Our team Stapelbroek implemented this design individually in each apartment. We succeeded in building elements for kitchens, toilets and wardrobes, which insert themselves almost seamlessly into the environment and masterfully integrate existing elements like e.g. staircases.
A special challenge for our team was the implementation of various high-quality materials and technical solutions in the cubes: mineral materials and laminates make a stylish combination, in the shower and toilet area the different materials harmonise perfectly with lacquered glass wall panellings.