Thanks to its prime location on a sunny hillside, the Ranch House in Central Switzerland offers superb views. The materials used for the new residence outside the building zone, along with its roof shape, give it a rural look. The building's form and dimensions reflect local architectural traditions. The pergola – a signature feature of the traditional farmhouses – has been incorporated in a modern way. The main materials used are wood and concrete, which serve to embed the building in the landscape.
Construction supervision & cost planning : a4 architekten, Kriens
Civil engineer: BlessHess AG, Luzern
HLKS engineer: Eugen Bienz AG, Ebikon
Structural physics: RSP AG, Luzern
Landscape architecture: Enea GmbH, Rapperswil-Jona
Light-planner: Reflexion AG, Zürich
Electrical engineer: mb Ingenieure AG, Luzern