TAN 022 is a minimal residence located in Montabaur, Germany, designed by Fröhlich Gassner Architekten. Each of the holiday homes is unique. Their architecture blends the local environment they are in and the philosophy they embody – thought out to the smallest detail and crafted with passion. Listed half-timbered houses characterize the image of the town center in which the home is located. The massive base and the black wooden facade of the holiday homes are a homage to this traditional construction. The home fits perfectly into the townscape – and yet bears its own signature. Vacation in a simple and sustainable form – that is the core idea of the home. And the personal and timeless architecture of the holiday homes gives it expression: well thought-out but subtle details, high-quality materials and a puristic look radiate.
Photography by Celia Uhalde