“The roof is due now” were the first words of our customer.
The large single-family house from the 1930s had a very large attic that had not previously been used for residential purposes. The roof was now to be energetically renovated and it therefore made sense to develop the fallow areas and make them usable as living space. More dormers were approved and the attic was expanded with 3 living rooms and a shower room.
More dormers were approved and the attic was expanded with 3 living rooms and a shower room. The windows had already been renewed and an old oil boiler had been replaced with an energy-saving gas boiler. A thermal solar system supplies the warm water in sunny months. The old underground tank was properly disposed of and now the energy balance looks very different, especially after the roof renovation. The use of primary energy could be reduced by 35%. In a location like Munich, energy-efficient building refurbishment is effective, especially for buildings with good substance and in a good location, and is also a good long-term investment for the owners.
The shower bath in white and sandstone tones is simple and reduced, the dark brown accessories give the room timeless elegance.
Neumarkter Strasse 23