An urban villa in country house style. GEPLAN DESIGN designed the interior of the WeberHaus Villa and also influenced its architecture. The modernly interpreted muntin windows, the generous entrée and a flanking annex for the kitchen are characteristic elements.
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Spatial width, but also clearly separated areas characterize the new urban villa in country house style that GEPLAN DESIGN designed together with WeberHaus.
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The loggia with the distinctive lounge furniture appears generous and inviting. Here, one can comfortably arrive and enjoy the homey character.
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View to the open kitchen, corner bench and living room lounge. The seating area is on a lower level and gives the interior a unique character. It is typical for GEPLAN DESIGN to creatively play with the “seating” topic and to find solutions that are different.
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The open kitchen with its expressive fronts and the generous counter looks casual. Just as pithy is the anthracite shade that is one of the design features in the entire house.
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Warmth and security is conveyed by the lowered seating area designed by GEPLAN DESIGN, which is clearly separated from the living room and is an independent interior design element.
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The creative room offers space for the most varying interests. This multi-functional room can also be perfectly used as a home office. Open rooms that can be used in different ways are a special planning field of GEPLAN DESIGN.
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A contemporarily interpreted corner bench offering room for the entire family and guests. A corner bench is somewhat nostalgic. For the designers of GEPLAN DESIGN, the corner bench is a place within the room to feel perfectly at ease.
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A special place of feeling well is the parents’ bedroom, which was planned by GEPLAN DESIGN as a master bedroom with loggia and ensuite bathroom.
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The master bedroom’ ensuite bathroom designed by GEPLAN DESIGN is separated from the sleeping area by a muntin glass wall with a double-wing door and can be made totally opaque by simply drawing the curtains.
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Glance into the bathroom. It was important for the planning team from GEPLAN DESIGN to maintain architectural clarity despite the modern country house style and to find a distinct expression by means of color.
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WeberHaus Stadtvilla

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Fertighauswelt 1, 77966 Kappel-Grafenhausen, Germany
WeberHaus GmbH & Co. KG

Since April 2022, the new, two-story urban villa in country house style, which has been designed by GEPLAN DESIGN and Team on behalf of WeberHaus has been open to visitors in FertighausWelt Schwarzwald in Kappel-Grafenhausen. The family home in wooden construction manner stands out from the total of 14 houses in FertighausWelt and conveys a unique country house flair. For instance, with the hanging sofa in the generous entrée and a lowered seating area in the living room. In the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, one can feel as relaxed and comfortable as in a hotel suite. According to the planning team, it is exactly this degree of finesse in the design that leads to a “perfect balance of function and beauty”.

WeberHaus has approached Cord and Rolf Glantz (GEPLAN DESIGN) the second time already in order to engage them to design the interior of a prefabricated house. After GEPLAN DESIGN had designed the interior spaces of a luxury WeberHaus some years ago, the new task was to co-design an urban villa. This time, the interior design specialists were even able to contribute to the architecture of the house. The architectural elements suggested by GEPLAN DESIGN loosen the appearance of the building and make it even more individual on the inside.
The two-story urban villa was to be planned for a family of four with high requirements to living but who also places great store in functionality. Wolfgang Weber, managing director of WeberHaus, adds: “Our topmost aim is that families feel at home all around. Already when entering, everyone should have the feeling: This is where I’d like to live, this is where I want to stay”.

“With the urban villa we demonstrate how flexible a prefab house can be,” is the statement of GEPLAN DESIGN’s project manager Irina Urich, who delved into the planning and developed several new solutions for the urban villa together with the WeberHaus planning team. For instance, the idea arose to cover the soffit of the hipped roof with wood and thus interpret it in a modern way. Traditional elements like muntin windows were also integrated. These details enhance the country house feeling and convey a sense of security. The idea to design an annex with a pitched roof and skylights and integrate the kitchen there, was also developed by GEPLAN DESIGN in close coordination with the architects at WeberHaus. From Irina Urich’s point of view, the architectural clarity wanted by WeberHaus was maintained despite the cautiously implemented changes made for the purpose of a country house appearance. GEPLAN DESIGN’s full creative potential was allowed to unfold in the entire house: “The originally preset floor plan was revised by us and convinced our client!” Cord Glantz comments.

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