Completed, 2012

Project Start:

Sylt, Germany

577 m2

Architecture, Interior Architecture, Furnishing


Jessica Klatten (Project Manager), Ralf Dautzenroth

Wolf-Peter Schneider (Architect)

Located on the Northern Island of Sylt, SW10 is a holiday home designed for the founder of a prominent fashion empire. Here, he envisioned a serene escape for him and his family to get away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Nestled within the confines of a protected village, the architectural masterpiece seamlessly adheres to local regulations and design styles. While the exterior exudes a traditional charm, the interior takes on a cleaner, more modern aesthetic, creating a harmonious blend of sophistication and warmth. The design team curated a palette within the spectrum of natural hues, incorporating various textures and materials to evoke a sense of coziness. The open layout facilitates a seamless flow from one room to the next, enhancing the overall sense of connectivity and spaciousness. The basement, boasting impressive height, houses numerous guest rooms, while two chimneys and fireplaces on the ground floor add an extra layer of comfort and luxury. Remarkably, despite the grandeur of the project, the collaboration between the owner and the design team proved highly efficient, with only two in-person meetings to bring this vision to life.

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