Four Directions Module Diagonal

BY BRANDLHUBER+ REYLE

FDMD

BY BRANDLHUBER+ REYLE

DESIGNER

BY BRANDLHUBER+ REYLE

AREA

116.97SQM

The FourDirectionsModuleDiagonal gets its name from the system of stacking two tubes perpendicular on top of each other forming a two-story element. Thus having a facade towards each cardinal direction (North, East, South, West) it provides ideal lighting conditions. The facade of each unit has painted multi-colored stripes next to the mirrored finish of the house, referring to Anselm Reyle’s iconic stripe and foil paintings. The inner surface of each tube follows a monochromatic color scheme of one of the exterior stripe colors which defines the interior. This color is chosen by the user, giving each unit a unique personalized look.

The FourDirectionsModuleDiagonal Home is a two-story building with a bathroom and a living room on the ground floor. The sleeping room and another living room on the first floor are accessible via two separate stairs. The pavilion can also be used as a guest house.

FLOOR PLAN

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Brandlhuber+ Reyle is the first collaboration between architect Arno Brandlhuber and artist Anselm Reyle. Both are based in Berlin and have worked and exhibited internationally.