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Patrick Frey & Björn Götte | Summerhouse Piu

Architecture Patrick Frey | Summer house Piu

Patrick Frey | Summer house PiuGerman architect Patrick Frey has designed this Summer House in collaboration with Björn Götte. According to the architect, the 750 square-foot two-bedroom wooden prefab cabin can be used as a vacation home, studio space, home office or even a primary home.

Patrick Frey | Summer house Piu
Patrick Frey | Summer house Piu“The summerhouse Piu is a modern pre-fabricated wooden house with an unusual design and is beautifully finished. It is simple, elegant and versatile. Piu can be used in different ways. It offers occupants may be a holiday house, a calm every-day study, a weekend-holiday home, a comfortable domicile through the whole year etc.

Patrick Frey | Summer house Piu
Patrick Frey | Summer house PiuPiu enables people to spend their time in places and in a house which they can afford – not only in summer. Piu is a development in cooperation with the architect Björn Götte.”

Designer: Patrick Frey in coperation with Björn Götte

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  • homesower

    I think it is attractive and practical. I would be curious as to the costs.

    I am not a big fan of modern, but I like it best for simple houses, and I tend to prefer the European variety, better than what I see in the U.S.

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