Year: 2019Client: HOE family, A The bathroom space in the family's country house was to make the place tangible while avoiding the character of a wet room. The choice of materials was the express wish of the client: Reclaimed wood and raw steel. The challenge for f maurer was now to apply these "ingredients" in a functional design that was also suitable for wet rooms.
Year: 2000Client: Family M, Vienna A washstand furniture made of walnut wood with level set washbasin and shelf made of metal. The mirror cabinet is hinged on both sides. The "Gargoyle" water dispenser is also a design by f maurer. Statement "Brushing teeth and washing faces, filling flower vases or washing dishes: everyone does it, but each in his own way. Each differently in the [...]
Year: 1998Client: Family M, Vienna To create a spacious living space where the everyday life of a family with all its demands can take place. With a kitchen where you can cook for and with guests, including a dining area for up to 10 people and a special place for the espresso machine. > more about the room concept f [...]
Year: 1994Client: Family M, Vienna The concept of the bath room is based on avoiding the conventional character of a wet room through the choice of materials and colors. In the context of this, the artist Sylvia Kummer realized a room-picture as a wall-painting, reminiscent of frescoes of earlier bathhouses. The glass washstand as a contemporary stylistic element appears in conjunction with the baroque frame as [...]
Year: 1998Client: Family M, Vienna An old building apartment with a floor plan typical for the 20th district (2 rooms, kitchen, 2 cabinets, bathroom, WC) was unsuitable for the requirements of the future users: small rooms with a winding corridor, tiny kitchen, bathroom without natural light, position of the WC could not be changed. The wishes of the buildersA spacious living room together with integrated kitchen, [...]
Year: 1996-1998Client: Family F, Vienna In an old Viennese house, the task was to break up the small structures and fill them with light and color. The color wall leads from the anteroom through the whole house. Opposite, the floor-to-ceiling wall of cabinets provides ample space, and a separate laundry room was set up behind it. The mirrored wall in the bathroom visually opens the space and provides storage behind [...]